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Head of SEC Officials Talks Targeting

Steve Shaw had a lot to say about the targeting rule when he spoke to the Gulf Coast Athletic Club earlier this week. And the coordinator of football officials for the Southeastern Conference didn’t mince words, calling it the “the most significant rule change” since his involvement in the early 1990s. “Our game is absolutely…
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JULY Issue of ‘Concussion Litigation Reporter’ Now Available

The JULY issue of Concussion Litigation Reporter has been posted for subscribers. William M. McDonnell, MD, JD, chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Medical Liability and Risk Management, recently wrote a piece for AAP News, the official news magazine of the AAP, entitled: “How to Avoid Potential Liability Headaches from State Concussion…
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SEC Wants to Pass the Baton to NCAA on Concussions

Some in the medical research field have been critical of college football and its lack of effort in dealing with concussions. Step forward the SEC Working Group which, “after a year of studying head injuries,” says its time for the NCAA to lead the charge on dealing with head trauma. Two areas that the Working…
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