All of a suddent some so called experts are crying that all these 300+ pound football players are going to start to die on us. Correct me if I am wrong but in the pro game exactly two big guys have died in 4 years. Stringer was clearly, by the autopsy, a victim of heat stroke. Herrion we will find out in a week or so. I think I have heard of a few deaths at the college level, but I do not think that many of them were 300 lb guys. Before I get concerned, I would want to see some research- and all those wringing their hands have shown nothing. Not to say that maybe they don't have a point- but so far there does not appear to be any real evidence. In the last 20 years there have been more and more guys weighing in at over 300 lbs- but I have seen no indications of any real problems. Now certainly football is a brutal sport- the toll on the body is HUGE. No one argues otherwise. BUT before I start worrying over LA and the Hotel, I want to see some hard numbers, some research backing up all this speculation. So far I have seen none at all.