Recent changes in NCAA football rules have sparked an interest in the dangers of concussions in college athletics. Katie Shields, the assistant women’s soccer coach at Northwestern University, said that college athletes are there to win games; however, when it comes to an athlete’s health, she says soccer is just a game in the long run. Watch this video to see how concussions are handled in college sports.

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