This is the standard when a player sustains a concussion that was diagnosed after the game. A preliminary review indicates that neither the independent medical professionals in the booth nor the medical team on the sideline saw the play to trigger the concussion protocol in-game.
Independent certified athletic trainer spotters and an unaffiliated neurotrauma consultant monitor the field and the live television video and audio broadcast feed from a booth above the field to assist in identifying players who may need medical attention. They may trigger the gameday concussion protocol by calling the sideline if -- based on their observation -- they determine a player should be evaluated.
As a part of the commitment to constantly improve the process where necessary, the review will help to determine if there is an opportunity for improvement going forward.