Washington State quarterback's death permeates NCAA convention discussions
Friday, January 19, 2018
When Dr. Brian Hainline learned about the apparent suicide of another college athlete, it hit hard. Again. He didn't know Washington State quarterback Tyler Hilinski. But he's heard such stories far too often. The NCAA's first chief medical officer has coped with friends, patients and other students who took their own lives and the same emotions and questions come racing back. (Associated Press)
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