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5:03, 28 November 2017

A TRAGIC DEATH AND COLLEGE FOOTBALL’S RECKONING OVER BRAIN INJURIES AMID A NEW CLASS-ACTION LAWSUIT


‘I absolutely do not feel kids should be playing football’: Players and relatives bring legal fight over brain disorder to NCAA as mother who lost son voices fearsZack Langston was hauled off the field on a stretcher and brought to the team’s medical room. His mother, who was watching the game, followed close behind – terrified.Langston was a linebacker for Pittsburg State University in Kansas. A remarkably strong kid, he was known as a “wedge-breaker” and a “workhorse”. In high school, he won a “hammer” award for being the team’s hardest hitter. More than 1 million boys play football in high school each year, but less than 2% make it to elite schools like Pittsburg State. Langston was one of them. Continue reading…

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