By Anthony Adams & Andrea Bowman
University of Montana, College of Business, Fall 2017
Often made analogous to war, the game of football is as stereotypically American as it gets: massive humans slamming into one another at breakneck speeds in an animalistic display of pure will, size, and physicality. Players of the sport are revered for their toughness and tenacity, both mentally and physically. The nature of the sport leaves even the strongest bloodied and bruised, but it’s the injuries beneath the surface of the skin that pose the most grave danger to the sport itself.