Frontline, the award-winning PBS program, is reporting on how Derek Owens, a former player for the University of Central Arkansas who suffered from a series of concussions, is suing the NCAA. Owens and three other athletes are claiming the NCAA “has engaged in a long-established pattern of negligence and inaction” when it comes to head injuries, as well as profiting immensely from student athletes.
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