Nilofer Mughal / Kane Farrabaugh, Urdu VOA News As students in the United States prepare to return to school this fall, many student athletes across the country are also gearing up for fall sports. This includes the U.S. sport of tackle football, which for many towns and cities across the country is a time-honored community tradition. But the Fordson High School football team in Dearborn, Michigan, faced a problem. The practice sessions to gear up for this year's season fall during Ramadan. And all but a few players are Muslims, who refrain from eating and drinking during the day. As the report shows, the team's coach came up with a solution -- supported by the community -- that keeps the players ready to compete without interfering with their religious beliefs.