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Poor Students More Likely To Play Football, Despite Brain Injury Concerns

Many wealthy families have chosen not to have their children play football, but for lower-income students, football is still seen as a ticket to a better education.

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, accompanied by his wife, Pam, speaks during a news conference on Saturday. Northam has resisted widespread calls for his resignation. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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More Democrats Press Va. Gov. Ralph Northam To Resign

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Western Boy Little Comets
Dumaine St. Trombone Shorty
Restless Heart Yasmin Williams
Feels Like Home Spada

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Poor Students More Likely To Play Football, Despite Brain Injury Concerns

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Oyibo Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
Welcome to Frankfurt Charlie Hunter Trio

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