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Does The NCAA Have To Worry About Concussion Lawsuits Too?

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), three words that have changed the game of football forever, three words that have come to haunt the NFL. CTE is a condition known to develop in football payers who sustain multiple concussions without proper treatment. Players who have sustained such injuries have taken the NFL to court and sought damages for their suffering and medical costs, but the professional sports league isn’t the only organization under fire from the victims of CTE. Does The NCAA Have To Worry About Concussion Lawsuits Too? College football just happens to be one of America’s favorite pastimes as well, but the organizing body of college football—the NCAA—is finding itself in the same hot water as the NFL. Former NCAA players are discovering that they have CTE, and they are bringing these discoveries to court. Most recently, the NCAA settled a CTE lawsuit for $75 million, but the settlement wasn’t…
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