Geographer studies heat-related football deaths

03/1/2012 | Athens Banner-Herald (Ga.)

Higher morning temperatures may have contributed to increased heat-related football deaths between 1994 and 2009, according to University of Georgia researchers. "In general, on days the deaths occurred, the temperature was hotter and the air more humid than normal local conditions," said geography professor Andrew Grundstein. Fifty-eight players died during the period studied.

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