‘Like you just have no brain after the game.’ Inside a UNC lineman’s concussion ordeal.
Thu Aug 9, 2018
One year has passed since Tommy Hatton took his final hit on a football field, the one to his head that resulted in his fourth concussion – the one that made him decide, after months of headaches, dizziness, light sensitivity and pain, that he could no longer risk his future. Before that hit, Hatton had been perhaps the most respected member of the UNC football team’s offensive line.
(Raleigh News & Observer
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