FEATURE: Lipsey still sees value in 7-on-7 as his Bearcats head to state

With the State 7-on-7 Tournament rapidly approaching, the game does have its share of detractors who insist the hyped-up version of “touch” football  can teach players bad habits. 

Some head football coaches don’t even attend the games, and college coaches aren’t allowed to.

So, while some may be tempted to ask the question if 7-on-7 is actually worth the investment, others insist that it is. 

Count Ballinger head football coach Chuck Lipsey among the latter. 

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