The Pac-12 will become the first major conference to restrict football contact due to concussion concerns.
Commissioner Larry Scott said in a Monday morning conference call that a new league policy will limit hits in practice to less than what the NCAA mandates. More details will be announced at Pac-12 Media Day on July 26.
The conference is also instituting a number of new health and safety initiatives, including a Head Trauma Task Force to study affects on athletes.
— Scott said there will be no further action regarding the officiating controversy surrounding Arizona head coach Sean Miller. Continue reading “Larry Scott: Pac-12 to limit contact due to concussion worries” »