It's the start of two a day practices for several high school football teams across the lone star state.
With temperatures soaring near 100 degrees, coaches are being cautious about the way athletes work out.
Playing football in Texas heat is obviously dangerous and athletes know it can possibly be deadly if they aren't drinking enough water.
It's not just football teams in our area who are making adjustments to beat the heat; Arlington Sam Houston High near Dallas has its players taking the field earlier and at night.
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