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RB Ryan Switzer suffers concussion in opening game


George Washington running back Ryan Switzer said he's "doing a lot better'' after sustaining a concussion and a shoulder injury in Friday's season-opening win at South Charleston. Switzer, last year's Kennedy Award winner as the state's top player, suffered the injuries about midway into the first quarter when he fell hard along the sideline chasing an incomplete pass. He was later taken to the hospital for X-rays. "I'm doing a little bit better today,'' Switzer said Saturday afternoon. (Charleston Gazette)


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