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March 2010

March 2010


Letter from AFM

by: John Gallup
Editor and Publisher
© March 2010

While Tim Tebow lay motionless on the turf after suffering a concussion against Kentucky last September, Gator Nation held its breath. Tebow’s injury, caused by a severe blow to the head during a sack, put him in the hospital overnight and sidelined him from practice, television and video games for over a week. The good news for Gator fans was that Tebow benefited from a bye week and, with rest, recovered in time to lead Florida to a 10-3 win at LSU just two weeks after his injury.
The silver lining of Tebow’s concussion was that the daily media scrutiny of his condition likely brought a new level of awareness to the dangers of concussions and the need for strict recovery regimens that avoid any contact. This, together with increasing coverage of concussions and their aftermath across all levels of football means ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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