Governing bodies of college and high school sports say complaints in the Mississippi class-action lawsuit have been addressed by a new state law in Mississippi.
While college football loudly debates the proposed substitution rule, there are other ways to protect players.
NCAA says in court that settlement talks have gained “some momentum.” Judge instructs lawyers of multiple sets of plaintiffs to start working together to make a settlement easier.
Concussion Awareness and Education Act would direct the Secretary of Health and Human Services and possibly the Secretary of Defense to do research.
“The first person I would like to thank is the good Lord, for giving me the ability to play the game of football. Because without the ability to play the game I would have been at Auburn.”
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