A juvenile football coach warns about "head first" attitudes
A Bishops football player is in a medically-induced coma after a Saturday game. The defensive end is said to be in critical condition but stable.
Sports injuries are making coaches, players and families take note of the consequences of hits.
We hear from a juvenile football coach who thanks his medic for making him more aware of the dangers. He says attitudes have changed over the past nine years, yet he says kids still think 'head first' is the way to go. He says they probably have a borderline or mild concussion or two a game.
We also hear from a hockey referee from Westmount who says they have new guidelines in place this year to limit hits to the head.