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Down Goes Brown Grab Bag: Concussions, Hockey Tonk, and Neon
The NHL did something right in how they enforced the concussion protocol, and yet they still managed to screw it up. Sean explains.
Crosby Hit Shows Limits to NHL's Concussion Protocol
The spotters didn't have the authority to pull Crosby from the game because his head hit the boards, not the ice.
How Canadians Are Helping in the Fight Against Concussions in Sport
The wheels are moving across Canada, as researchers and doctors are collaborating in labs trying to better understand an injury that at times can appear to be invisible.
Brett Favre is Hawking A 'Game Changer' Nasal Spray for Concussions
Brett Favre appeared on Fox Business to talk up a nasal spray that is supposed to do something for concussions.
Former Titans Tight End Frank Wycheck Believes he has CTE, Worries he Could "Snap"
Wycheck is concerned he could "snap" one day like many other former players who experienced his symptoms.
Clemson's Deshaun Watson and Mike Williams Take Shots to the Head, Keep Playing
Targeting could have been called on both plays but the referees did not make the call. And Clemson's concussion protocol quickly cleared Mike Williams after a helmet-to-helmet hit.
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Supreme Court Rejects Appeals Filed by Objectors to NFL Concussion Settlement
The Supreme Court puts an end to appeals made by a class of objectors to the NFL's $765 million concussion settlement.
Friday Night Lights Out: The Case for Abolishing High School Football
A Nevada school board candidate wants to eliminate high school football, and a handful of others are making a medical, ethical, and financial case against America's favorite prep sport. Their arguments are unpopular. But are they right?
"Slaughter of the Innocents": When D.C. Considered Banning High School Football
In 1909, one woman kicked off a heated debate in the nation's capitol, pitting skeptical educators against football supporters about whether the sport belonged in schools at all.
No Tackling In Practice? Not a Problem in Ivy League Football
The Ivy League just finished its first season without full-contact tackling in practice. It's too soon to definitively state the new measure's effects, but other conferences are already curious.
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Former NHL Star Marc Savard Will Donate His Brain to Science for CTE Research
Savard, who suffered a career-ending injury in 2011, was diagnosed with six concussions throughout his career.
No, a New Blood Test Is Not Going to Help Football Sideline Testing
Calm down, people.
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