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When is a concussion not a concussion?

When is a concussion, not a concussion, apparently when you play football. Just look at what's happening in Florida where quarterback Chris Leak is insisting that he never sustained a concussion.  Instead, Leak said he just got his bell rung and just got dinged. 

That's my point, these guys have been conditioned to shake it off and disregard their medical symptoms.  Where do they get this idea, just look at what's happening in the NFL!  Obviously collegiate players think it is necessary to keep information from team coaches and doctors about their true condition.  Thus setting them up for further more severe injuries.  It is the climate within which they operate.  You should suck it up and not complain and go out there and win one for the gipper.

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