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Topic - Fred Mims
The University of Iowa will put in safeguards to better protect the health of students after 12 football players were hospitalized following grueling offseason workouts, a school official said Wednesday.
The University of Iowa confirmed Wednesday that 13 football players were hospitalized this week with an unusual muscle disorder following grueling offseason workouts.
The University of Iowa said Wednesday that 13 football players had to be hospitalized this week with a muscle disorder following grueling offseason workouts that left them with extreme soreness and discolored urine.
Associate athletics director Fred Mims said school officials would take steps to "ensure it doesn't happen again."
"We have an excellent medical staff and training staff who will do due diligence to look at what did transpire and make sure we can avoid this in the future," he said. "I'm quite sure they'll have safeguards in place to make sure people aren't harmed."