UCLA Doc Testifies Players Don't Need Concussion Warnings

By Dorothy Atkins (November 3, 2022, 10:01 PM EDT) -- A former NCAA medical committee member who is currently UCLA's football team physician defended the NCAA's decision not to create rules limiting concussed athletes from playing, testifying Thursday in a California jury trial over a college linebacker's death that the science on concussions isn't "sound" and that warning players about concussions would unnecessarily worry them....

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