Concussions and College Football: Ex-QB Klatt Puts Onus on NCAA

August 19, 2013
By Dennis Dodd

You never forget your first concussion. Joel Klatt hasn’t, which is important, compelling and a bit scary. The former Colorado quarterback endured 10 during his college career.

“The first one is obviously eerie because you’ve never felt anything like it before,” said Klatt, now a Fox Sports 1 college football analyst. “You don’t hear anything. You don’t see anything. Your equilibrium is completely screwed up. It’s hard to walk. Once everything comes back into focus, everything just feels really detached like you’re watching a movie.”

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