I understand this athlete had a CT scan to his brain 3 weeks prior to his death. As with other sports injuries, we cannot rely on technology alone in addressing brain injury issues in sports. Athletic Training is both an art & a science. However, the more an ATC moves away from high tech (head injuries & other wise), the more we are second guessed (I am by no means saying that this went on in the Montclair case). Yeah, it still happens to me three decades into the game-and I'm sure I'm not the only one. If you would like to anonymously share your "MD coach" stories, feel free to do so. Oh, come on, we all them. I've even had coaches who could read X-rays!