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posted 09.24.2012 at 2.38 p.m. by Corey McLaughlin

LaxMagazine.com's '30 in 30' Fall Series Debuts

Welcome to "30 in 30." Today marks the debut of LaxMagazine.com's fall ball coverage series that will tackle 30 questions or topics over the course of the next six weeks. There will be at least one unique, fresh, original story up per weekday for your perusal from now until the first week of November. So we hope you keep coming back. All stories will be housed at LaxMagazine.com/30in30.

All levels will have their day in the sun, with Division I men up first in our rotation on Mondays. Tuesdays will be for men's small college. Division I women's stories will be featured on Wednesday followed by women's small college on Thursday. We'll also have weekend event previews every Friday and original coverage and news from the biggest fall ball events of the season.

If you're the social media-type make sure to use the hashtag #30in30 in your tweets. Don't forget to follow @LacrosseMag and @USLacrosse, as well as the Lacrosse Magazine and US Lacrosse facebook pages.

Up first, Lacrosse Magazine's Matt Forman explores the potential impact(s) of the men's rules changes for 2013, and reveals a concern among Division I coaches that a visible shot clock will not be used and instead the shot clock count after a stall warning will be put in the hands – and whistles – of the officials.