Notre Dame QB Dayne Crist was knocked out of the first half of the game with Michigan, Young Montana went in as back up and threw two interceptions. Suddenly Crist was feeling much better. The part of the article that scares me the most: "Crist, who had a concussion in high school, said medical personnel were very meticulous in determining that he was OK to go back into the game. "Obviously while it was going on we wanted to identify what it was and make sure that we handled it the right way, making sure that I was in a safe predicament," he said. "Doctors took special care that I was safe to play, everything was OK. I passed multiple tests and then follow-ups after that. So, again, I'm not worried about it." So having a history of a serious concussion, inability to understand a phone conversation and NOT BEING ABLE TO SEE OUT OF YOUR RIGHT EYE are not serious enough symptoms to warrant being held out of a game; even when your backup is not playing well. BTW - Dayne, of course you aren't worried, you have a head injury and your judgement is impaired.