Athletics UnDisciplined: Consumer Genomics And Getting 'Good To Go' By Matthew LaPlante • Feb 8, 2019 Patrick Alexander / Flickr Listen Listening... / 26:23 UnDisciplined Episode 32: Consumer genomics and getting 'Good to Go' This week on UnDisciplined, we're talking about the intersection of science and personal decision-making — and, of course, we're looking at it from two very different perspectives. Utah State University Biology Professor Named To CalTech's Athletics Hall Of Honor By Bronson Teichert • Apr 19, 2018 Randy Lewis Listen Listening... / 1:44 Listen to the story here One Utah State University researcher who is used to being recognized for his pioneering as a scientist is now being recognized for his success as an athlete. Utah’s “spider-silk man” will travel from Logan to California for the honors. USU Student Researcher Presenting Findings About Student-Athlete Concussion Trends By Bronson Teichert • Mar 1, 2018 usu.edu Listen Listening... / 1:26 Listen to the story here Almost half a million student athletes compete in 24 different sports at a collegiate level. Many of these athletes will suffer concussions.