New College Football Class Demands NCAA Health Monitoring

Law360, New York (November 20, 2013, 12:34 PM EST) -- The NCAA was hit Tuesday with another putative class action in Minnesota federal court brought by players who claim the organization failed to protect them from serious head injuries suffered while playing college football, demanding medical monitoring benefits.

The suit was brought former Vanderbilt University football players Paul Morgan and Cliff Deese and former University of Minnesota linebacker Joseph Balthazor Jr., all of whom claim they are enduring long-term aftereffects of traumatic injuries suffered during their days as college student-athletes. They say the NCAA neglected its...
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