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The concussion rate in the AFL reached a 10-year high in 2015, according to the leagues annual injury survey.The average number of games missed by players due to concussion per AFL club jumped to 4.2 in 2015 - up from just 1.6 the previous year - to easily set a new high in the past decade of testing.But the AFL says greater precautions being taken in the reporting, diagnosis and treatment of concussions are behind the spike.Rates of concussions causing missed games continues to trend up ... this reflects a more conservative approach rather than a true increase in incidence, says the report, which was released on Friday afternoon.The injury and its long-term effects on AFL players has become an increasingly important issue in recent years, which has been highlighted with St Kilda youngster Paddy McCartin ruled out this week after suffering his third concussion of the season.Brisbanes Justin Clarke was forced into early retirement this season due to lingering concussion symptoms, with other players including Melbournes Angus Brayshaw and Heritier Lumumba, Hawthorns Jack Fitzpatrick and St Kildas Billy Longer having extended breaks after suffering knocks to the head.However, hamstring injuries continue to be the NO.1 reason players miss matches in the AFL.But the 19.1 games missed per club in 2015 was the lowest figure recorded in the past four surveys.Ruptured ACLs were next with 16.7 games missed per club last season, which was a big jump from the 2014 figure of 11.1.The average number of new injuries recorded by each club was 37.7 - up from the 2014 average of 36.1.Player health and welfare is a primary concern for the AFL, league football boss Mark Evans said.The annual injury survey will direct the work we do with our clubs, research board and others to continue to find ways to prevent injuries and improve recovery protocols.Retro Jordan Shoes For Sale . 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"We had to dig deep with our fighting spirit and weve done that," United striker Wayne Rooney said.The Big 12 decided Monday against adding any new members after a three-month process during which conference officials held interviews with 11 potential expansion candidates. Reaction from some of the schools who were considered:---Todays Big 12 announcement does not change the fact that we remain committed, competitive and optimistic. This process has only strengthened our collective resolve that we can compete with the best in class from academics to athletics. -- University of Cincinnati interim president Beverly J. Davenport and athletic director Mike Bohn, in a joint statement.---The Big 12s decision in no way changes the mission of the University of Houston that began long before there was talk of conference expansion. ... We remain committed to strengthening our nationally competitive programs in academics and athletics that allow our student athletes to compete on the national stage. We are confident that in this competitive collegiate athletics landscape an established program with a history of winning championships and a demonstrated commitment to talent and facilities in the nations fourth largest city will find its rightful place. Our destiny belongs to us. -- University of Houston President Renu Khator.---One of the telling things about this process is that the Big 12, in wanting to expand, look at who they were talking to. Most of the schools they were talking to were in our conference. I think that shows, without question, that our conference plays at their level and are athletically and academically appropriate to be a Power Five. -- UConn President Susan Herbst, who also serves as chairwoman of the board for the American Athletic Conference.---The Big 12 decision today will likely stabilize the FBS conference landscape in the short term. At Rice, we needd to continue to promote our brand and schedule well to deliver the best environment possible for our students and fans.dddddddddddd -- Rice AD Joe Karlgaard.---Over the last few months, BYU has learned a lot about its strengths as an institution and as an athletic department. Through our in-depth review we have reinforced valuable relationships and have been reminded how strong we are as a university. BYU strives to run its athletic program like a P5 institution. Our national fan base and broadcast ratings, along with the many historical and recent successes of our teams, attest we certainly belong. We believe BYU can significantly contribute to the athletic and academic excellence of a P5 conference. -- BYU official statement.---Our student-athletes, coaches, staff, donors, alumni, fans and community members have propelled our program to profound success in recent years in the American Athletic Conference and I am confident that they will continue to do so in the future. The USF family came together with many in the Tampa community to tell our remarkable story to the world, and we will continue to share it. -- USF athletic director Mark Harlan.---I think its easy to refocus on our vision to be the best program in the American Athletic Conference and if we do that then well compete on a national level across all 17 sports. Now we have everyone devoted to that vision. When we talked in the spring before the Big 12s announcement, we felt we were positioning ourselves to be another power conference. So in a lot of ways, this process validated that belief because ours was the league where they looked. -- SMU AD Rick Hart told the Dallas Morning News. ' ' '

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