Slate: Have you seen the research connecting football to brain injury?

Green: Yes. From what I’ve gathered, it’s all anecdotal. No one has come up with conclusive evidence. There are suggestions of long-term effects, and in fact they may be true, but so far I don’t see any proof. The most compelling evidence that’s been brought to light so far deals with NFL players. And anyone that suggests college football reaches the same levels of intensity as the National Football League, well, that person just hasn’t experienced both college and pro football.

Why Tim Green thinks college football should not be banned. – Slate Magazine. Wow. It’s amazing what people can avoid knowing when they have an abiding interest in remaining ignorant about something. Mr. Green needs to take particular care not to read articles like this one.