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05-08-2013, 02:28 PM
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Originally Posted by joestevens29 View Post

Barry Willer he was the guy I was thinking of, that article really has nothing though other than his opinion. I'll try find the podcast.

"Personally, I think that would be a mistake," Willer said. "All you're doing is putting it [bodychecking]off and putting it off to an age where the players are bigger and stronger and have more testosterone. The injury rates will not only be higher, but I think more serious."
data says he's wrong about the frequency. Anyone can have an opinion. Backing it up with fact is a different story. Now I cannot argue the more serious/less serious as I'm not sure that's completely measureable. How do you meaasure a "mild concussion".

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