Friday's health and safety news from the world of football:
- A columnist with the Nashua Telegraph reviewed a four-year research project from cfbmatrix.com and found that Alabama coach Nick Saban's proposed "hurry-up offense safety rule" actually might be more dangerous for college football players.
- KSFY-TV in South Dakota profiled a Sanford Hospital researcher who has been studying concussions in a group of youth football players in Sioux Falls.
- Fairfax Times reported that student athletes in youth sports programs could be included under new concussion policies if a Virginia bill seeking to add guidelines for non-interscholastic teams passes.
-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor