NCAA sets new policy for head injuries

JULY 29, 2014, 6:30 PM|Following a lawsuit filed on behalf of former collegiate athletes, the NCAA…

Georgia (Jul 31, 2014)|Following a lawsuit filed on behalf of former collegiate athletes, the NCAA has agreed to pay for any college athlete from the last 50 years to undergo neurological testing. The NCAA admitted no wrongdoing in the settlement. Mark Strassmann reports.

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Editor's note: KSU Director of Sports Medicine Mike Young is interviewed at Fifth Third Bank Stadium. CBS contacted Young for his perspective, since KSU Athletics is well-known as a positive force in the field of sports medicine. At the end of the story, CBS reporter Mark Strassmann does a live standup from the stadium.

 


 

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