What I believe was at the same conference as the previous video by Dr. Jeffrey Kutcher; former coach Lloyd Carr speaks about concussions;
Coach Carr was the head football coach at the University of Michigan from 1995 – 2007, it is worth listening to this perspective. Although coaches can be to blame for much of the “complaining” when it comes to the necessary changes in any sport as it relates to concussion, their input is very worthy.
We can sit in our offices and come up with “dream” ideas, but these are the men/women that must implement all the “bright” ideas. There is something to be said for those that have “been-there-done-that”, so as long as it is both constructive and respectful. I believe that Coach Carr did a good job of this.
A quick side note; this was in 2011 and he spoke of leading with the head, now the NCAA and NFL will possibly eject players for leading with the crown of the helmet (a very hot debate, and will be once the season begins).