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Former Gophers coach's son quits football due to concussions

The team says recent tests prompted them to advise Brewster not to play any more. Brewster has a history of concussions and migraines dating back to high school.
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The team says recent tests prompted them to advise Brewster not to play any more. Brewster has a history of concussions and migraines dating back to high school.

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