NCAA might have concussion rule change in football
DETROIT -- The NCAA's director of health and safety says the governing body is considering a rule change that would allow football officials to remove players from games if they show signs of a concussion.
Dr. David Klossner divulged the proposal Monday in response to a question from Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., during the House Judiciary Committee hearing on the legal issues related to football head injuries.
Klossner was asked if the NCAA would react to what happened with fired Texas ...
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