Former Washington safety Darin Harris is featured on HBO’s “Real Sports” on an episode about healthcare in college athletics.
The show airs at 7 p.m. today. Here is a preview:
Harris, a graduate of Decatur High in Federal Way, suffered a concussion on a scary play against BYU in September 2008. He never played again.
In 2013, Harris joined former UW quarterback Johnny DuRocher in a lawsuit against the NCAA stemming from their concussions and brain injuries.
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From John Ross III, presumably about his January knee surgery: