[quote_center]Game-changing study began this year, concludes in 2020[/quote_center]

Livingston Daily business reporter Noe Hernandez

Football is more than just about winning for Brighton High School varsity football coach Brian Lemons.

One of his more important goals Friday nights is to make sure his players return to their homes without a serious head injury — something not always easy to accomplish in a sport where jaw-dropping collisions thrill crowds and bring out the hunter in players.

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