High school and college football players are more likely to suffer a concussion during practices than in a game, according a study published Monday in JAMA Pediatrics.Here are the numbers:
In youth games, 54 percent of concussions happened during games.
In high school and college, just 42 percent of concussions happened during games, with 58 percent during practices.
Overall, college students had the highest rate of concussions during games, with 3.74 per 1,000 games compared to 2.01 for high schoolers and 2.38 for youths. High schoolers had the highest rates during practices.