CBS Evening News Piece Available Online

    Go Hoosiers! Wide receiver Andrew Means was featured on the <i>CBS Evening News</i> last week.
    Go Hoosiers!
    Wide receiver Andrew Means was featured on the CBS Evening News last week.
    Go Hoosiers!

    Oct. 23, 2007

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Fans who missed the CBS piece that highlighted the Indiana football team on Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 17-18, can now watch the video online. CBS took an inside look at the team's Sideline Response System (SRS) on both the CBS Evening News with Katie Couric and the Early Show. To watch the video online, Click here.

    The SRS is a recently developed piece of equipment used to help minimize head injuries. The system uses sensors inside the player's helmet to alert a trainer if the player has taken a blow to the head that could cause a concussion.

    Renowned neurosurgeon and chief medical correspondent for the health and medical unit at CNN, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, visited Bloomington to learn more about the equipment. Gupta discussed the positive benefits and advantages it provides the Hoosiers with head football athletic trainer Brian Lund.

    "Dr. Gupta is the most respected neurosurgeon in the world and it was an honor to sit down and discuss the SRS with him," Lund said. "We feel very strongly the SRS gives us a competitive advantage and we are excited CBS has given us the opportunity to show what it is all about."

    Lund appeared in both pieces, while an interview with sophomore Andrew Means aired on the Evening News. Head coach Bill Lynch and fifth-year senior fullback Josiah Sears were a part of the Early Show edition.




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