A study published in the journal Neurology on Wednesday indicates repeated hits to the head can be just as dangerous as larger hits that cause concussions.
The lawsuit claims the NCAA didn't do enough to protect football players from concussions.
Legislation requiring concussion education passed a Senate committee Wednesday.
Injuries like the one a Bloomington football player received two weeks ago inspired a new law requiring coaches to sideline players with concussion symptoms.
A study says concussions suffered by young soccer players have life-long effects, but an Indianapolis doctor notes the research was done on adults.