Screen Play Archive: July 2013


  • NCAA concussion documents: University of Oregon's plan

    In Tuesday's column, I mentioned the NCAA's requirement for each school to have a concussion management plan on file. Those plans are a key theme in the over 1,000 pages of internal NCAA emails and documents released last week in connection with a lawsuit accusing the organization of not doing enough about head injuries. Having a plan on file is the NCAA's lone legislative demand of schools regarding concussions. Published July 24 2013

  • NCAA concussion documents: Dr. Robert Cantu's report

    Among last week's federal court filings in a lawsuit accusing the NCAA of not doing enough to protect athletes from head injuries is a 213-page report from Dr. Robert Cantu. Published July 22 2013

  • Internal NCAA emails raise questions about concussion policy

    Back in 2010, two NCAA staffers exchanged a series of emails mocking the concussion safety efforts of David Klossner, the organization's director of health and safety. The emails are part of hundreds of pages of internal NCAA documents and depositions filed in federal court late Friday, as part of a motion seeking class-action status for a lawsuit challenging the organization's handling of head injuries. Published July 20 2013

  • Six active NCAA football players join O'Bannon lawsuit

    Six current NCAA football players joined Ed O'Bannon's long-running antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA late Thursday. Published July 19 2013

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