UTSA Quarterback Retires from Football, Cites Concussions

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Putting health before sports is always a wise decision.

University of Texas at San Antonio quarterback Blake Bogenschutz announced on social media Tuesday that he's calling it quits on the advice of a doctor.



His reason? Concussions. 

Bogenschutz says he has had his fair share, and that his present and long-term health are more important than the game he loves. 



"This has been one of the toughest situations, if not the toughest, that I have encountered over the course of my life," he wrote.

The Roadrunner received an outpour of support on social media after he announced his decision. 

Here's Bogenschutz's full announcement:

This has been one of the toughest situations, if not the toughest, that I have encountered over the course of my life....

Posted by Blake Bogenschutz on Tuesday, February 2, 2016

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