Indiana may become the first state to mandate comprehensive concussion-awareness training for high school and youth football coaches.
Lawmakers approved a bill Monday that requires high school and youth football coaches in Indiana to be trained on concussion safety.
Research estimates high school athletes experience between 130,000 and 300,000 concussions every year.
The lawsuit claims the NCAA didn't do enough to protect football players from concussions.
The National Athletic Trainers’ Association is trying to change the way coaches manage the mental stresses their athletes face.
Youth football coaches in Indiana would have to take a two-hour training course under a proposal to be introduced in next year‘s legislature.
In 1968 Doug Crusan played on one of Indiana University’s most legendary teams in any sport.
Indiana University's athletic director says he expects more than 40,000 people to turn out for Thursday's game.
The Indiana University football team's new helmets include ones with the state flag and pinstripes.
Legislation requiring concussion education passed a Senate committee Wednesday.