The Ivy League is cutting back on full-contact practices from five to two a week in an effort to reduce concussions and overall injuries. Ivy League executive director Robin Harris said...

"The presidents formed the committee, because they were deeply concerned that concussions are a significant injury in football,"..."and wanted the Ivy League to take an active leadership role in developing steps and measures to limit concussions, first in football and then in other sports as appropriate."
Taking away three practices seems like a lot. I wonder if this doesn't hurt them come game time.
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