The beginning of the end of football as we know it

From CNN. A study of NFL veterans, but there are no obvious reasons it can’t be done on college “student-athletes”. The previous CTE tests required waiting for death and an autopsy, this is PET on live people, or, as the legal profession calls them, “plaintiffs”. Here’s hoping Randy Geller and Jamie Moffitt have done their due diligence and bought the Ducks some serious liability insurance. 1/22/13.

And to top that off, Oregon state Rep Mitch Greenlick is going to hold hearings on UO’s hiring of Mark Helfrich without an honest, open, affirmative action compliant search. Mullens will have a hard time avoiding testifying.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    So, what insurance does the school have for this? (Dare I ask… who’s paying for it?)

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