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Nebraska developing sideline concussion test for football


While football's rules have been undergoing changes to help prevent concussions and head shots, medical staffs around the country are also working on more efficient ways to identify concussions. One exciting development at the University of Nebraska could allow a team's medical staff to determine if a player has a concussion within ten minutes of violent contact. (CBS Sports)


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