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West Virginia QB Trickett Retires From Concussions

By Clip Syndicate
West Virginia senior quarterback Clint Trickett is retiring from football because of concussions and won't play in the Liberty Bowl on Monday against Texas A&M. Trickett, who hasn't played since being knocked out of a 26-20 loss to Kansas State on Nov. 20, said on Friday that he has endured five concussions over the last 14 months. Trickett said he plans to go into coaching and referred to it as the ''family business.'' Trickett is the son of Florida State offensive line coach Rick Trickett. He began his college career with Florida State before transferring to West Virginia.

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