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"Our game is under attack", Fedora told reporters at UNC media day, per The Athletic's Nicole Auerbach. "And I do believe that if it gets to that point, that our country goes down, too", he said. That doesn't make his take any less ridiculous.

Well, yes, you could get head trauma from ballroom dancing if you devise some routines in which a participant conceivably could drop a partner on his or her head.

Fedora's comments especially raised eyebrows because the university's Kevin Guskiewicz is a leading researcher and nationally recognized expert on sport-related concussions.

Fedora also said there is no link between football and Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).

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The school fired head coach Butch Davis in 2011 amid an improper benefits investigation that ultimately blew the lid off of the academic fraud scandal that made headlines out of Chapel Hill for years. "When we stop learning those lessons, we're going to struggle".

"I'm really excited about Javonte", Fedora said. A report from the New York Times last summer showed 110 of 111 brains of former National Football League players had symptoms of CTE.

If I had a son who was a P5 football prospect, I would immediately take UNC off my list. The disease causes symptoms that include memory loss, confusion, impaired judgment, aggression, depression, anxiety, impulse control issues and sometimes suicidal behavior. It is not known which players or how many players were involved.

Two years ago, the NFL publicly acknowledged for the first time a connection between football and CTE.

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