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Our football games are very well -- but soon the -- could go out on the football field at Dover high.
If doctor Paul Butler has his way.
Football is the only game other than boxing.
Where the head gets -- time and time again.
Butler a retired physician as a member of the Dover, New Hampshire school board at Monday's meeting he proposed eliminating but while it's a school sport.
Because of the brain damage researchers have proven concussions can lead to you later in line.
These people have studied things and football players who have died prematurely.
And I found in some of them.
Changes that we that they only see in eighty and nineteen year old who have.
Alzheimer's -- things every sport we have at some point in time student athletes.
They do overs athletic director says concussions are taken very seriously at at school.
-- even part of the concussion prevention program in conjunction with Dartmouth Hitchcock medical center.
Every student athlete that we have is tested.
As a -- test and then of that student athlete receives a confession they go through another impact test.
And that's the proposal was quickly sacked by every parent watching practice from the sidelines today.
-- schaffler played on the Dover high school football team and now -- eighth grade son plays on it usually.
Do you worry about getting passion.
-- for bulls football it's a cause to export.
And both the school board chair and vice chair also say they will not support their colleagues -- say.
I'd much rather see them do better with that coaching and teaching -- proper tackling techniques I think the longstanding tradition here in Dover.
Says that the -- has to say.
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