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Explore: College football concussion map

This season, America Tonight will be tracking concussions in college football.
Each week, America Tonight will be tracking concussions in college football.
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As another college football season is underway, the debate around concussion safety and treatment in the sport continues to escalate. Earlier this year, President Obama said that the NCAA needed to do more to protect its college football players who suffer concussions. Currently, the NCAA is involved in a lawsuit brought about by former college football players, who accuse the NCAA of not doing enough to protect its student-athletes. And there has yet to be any indication that the NCAA is close to implementing a standard policy for identifying and treating concussions that all of its member institutions can follow.

This season, America Tonight will be keeping track of all reported concussions in college football with the AT Concussion Map. Each marker represents a reported instance in which a player suffered a concussion. The markers are located are based off the city of each player's university. Click on the markers for the latest updates on those college football players who've suffered concussions during the 2013 season. 

How many concussions has your team reported this season? For more, scroll down to find out which conferences, schools and positions have the most reported concussions this season. 

Reported Concussions: 192

(Updated Dec. 27, 2013. Sources: Individual team injury reports, NCAAFootball.com, USA Today, ESPN Stats & Information, media reports.)

Concussions by conference

(The numbers listed below represent a conference-by-conference breakdown of all reported concussions for Football Bowl Subdivision programs as of Dec. 27, 2013. Players are listed in alphabetical order.)

1. Mountain West, 27

1

-Bene Benwikere, defensive back, San Jose State

-Kawika Borden, defensive back, Hawaii

-Kasey Carrier, running back, New Mexico

-Brendan Daley, linebacker, Hawaii

-Jordan Dobrich, linebacker, Nevada

-Sam Gagliano, wide receiver, Air Force

-Dwayne Garrett, running back, San Diego State

-Cole Gautsche, quarterback, New Mexico

-Broam Hart, fullback, Air Force

-Trayvon Henderson, defensive back, Hawaii

-Terry Jackson, defensive end, Colorado State

-Nick Januska, safety, Colorado State

-Keith Kirkwood, wide receiver, Hawaii

-Colin Lockett, wide receiver, San Diego State

-Ty MacArthur, wide receiver, Air Force

-Chris Miller, defensive back, Air Force

-Clayton Mitchem, quarterback, New Mexico

-Harold Moleni, tight end, Hawaii

-Nolan Peralta, linebacker, Colorado State

-Jack Reynoso, defensive tackle, Nevada

-Karson Roberts, quarterback, Air Force

-Billy Ray Stutzmann, wide receiver, Hawaii

-Iuta Tepa, linebacker, Hawaii

-Ricky Tjong-A-Tjoe, defensive tackle, Boise State

-Thomas Tucker, running back, San Jose State

-Aofaga Wily, running back, Hawaii

-Beau Yap, defensive end, Hawaii

2. Conference USA, 24

1

-Dylan Bradley, defensive tackle, Southern Miss

-Codie Brooks, defensive end, UT-San Antonio

-Drew Carroll, offensive guard, Rice

-Vintavious Cooper, running back, East Carolina

-Kyle Davis, linebacker, Tulane

-Cameron Dees, center, Marshall

-Justin Dixon, defensive end, East Carolina

-Andrew Guillot, wide receiver, Louisiana Tech

-Ishmael Harrison, cornerback, UTEP

-Josh Hawkins, cornerback, East Carolina

-Nyiakki Height, wide receiver, UAB

-Kam Jones, wide receiver, UT-San Antonio

-Tiquan Lang, cornerback, Marshall

-Ferrington Macon, defensive tackle, UT-San Antonio

-Jake Medlock, quarterback, Florida International

-Billy Mitchell, linebacker, Marshall

-Chris Rabb, defensive end, UAB

-Darrin Reaves, running back, UAB

-Anthon Samuel, running back, Florida International

-Sam Scofield, strong safety, Tulane

-Deric Scott, defensive tackle, UAB

-Winfred Strickland, defensive back, Florida Atlantic

-Freedom Whitfield, linebacker, Florida Atlantic

-Ricardo Williams, defensive end, Marshall

3. ACC, 22

1

-John Armstrong, running back, Wake Forest

-Kelvin Benjamin, wide receiver, Florida State

-Terrence Brooks, safety, Florida State

-C.J. Brown, quarterback, Maryland

-Steven Chase, offensive tackle, Wake Forest

-Tyrek Cheeseboro, wide receiver, Maryland

-Rob Crisp, offensive lineman, NC State

-Brandon Facyson, defensive back, Virginia Tech

-B.J. Goodson, linebacker, Clemson

-Levern Jacobs, wide receiver, Maryland

-Duke Johnson, running back, Miami

-Isaiah Johnson, defensive lineman, Syracuse

-DeAndre Lane, wide receiver, Maryland

-Nile Lawrence-Stample, defensive tackle, Florida State

-Demonte McAllister, defensive tackle, Florida State

-Roderick McDowell, running back, Clemson

-Spenser Rositano, safety, Boston College (twice)

-Tom Savage, quarterback, Pitt

-Bryan Stork, center, Florida State

-Gifford Timothy, offensive tackle, Clemson

-James Wilder Jr., running back, Florida State

4. Mid-American, 21

1

-Donald Celiscar, cornerback, Western Michigan

-Darius Conaway, cornerback, Ball State

-Fred Coppet, running back, Bowling Green

-Dylan Curry, tight end, Ball State

-Corey Davis, wide receiver, Western Michigan

-Mikhail Dubose, defensive lineman, Western Michigan

-Jahwan Edwards, running back, Ball State

-Dylan Farrington, cornerback, Kent State

-Justin Ford, defensive back, Bowling Green

-Marckie Hayes, cornerback, Northern Illinois

-Damion Jones-Moore, running back, Toledo (twice)

-Jim Katusha, offensive guard, Kent State

-Kent Kern, linebacker, Miami (Ohio)

-Alec Moulton, wide receiver, Western Michigan

-Alex Neutz, wide receiver, Buffalo

-Zac Rosenbauer, tight end, Toledo

-Matt Russo, defensive end, Central Michigan

-Jake Schany, linebacker, Ohio

-Angelo Sebastiano, wide receiver, Northern Illinois

-Alex Zordich, quarterback, Buffalo

T-5. Pac-12, 17

1

-Justin Addie, offensive lineman, Oregon State

-Michael Adkins II, running back, Colorado

-Tra’Mayne Bondurant, defensive back, Arizona

-Alex Carter, cornerback, Stanford

-Dakota Conwell, linebacker, Arizona

-C.J. Dozier, linebacker, Arizona

-Fabiano Hale, running back, Cal

-Reshawn Hooker, linebacker, Utah

-Josh Huff, wide receiver, Oregon

-Chris McCain, linebacker, Cal

-Ellis McCarthy, defensive tackle, UCLA

-Jared Norris, linebacker, Utah

-Darrell Songy, linebacker, Oregon State

-Ian Taubler, defensive lineman, UCLA

-Travis Wilson, quarterback, Utah

-Alex Wood, tight end, Colorado

-Storm Woods, running back, Oregon State

T-5. SEC, 17

1

-Collin Barber, punter, Georgia

-Ferlando Bohanna, linebacker, Mississippi State

-Serderius Bryant, linebacker, Ole Miss

-J.C. Copeland, fullback, LSU

-Josh DeLoach, linebacker, Georgia

-Chaz Elder, safety, South Carolina

-E.J. Gaines, cornerback, Missouri

-Henry Josey, running back, Missouri

-Wilson Love, defensive lineman, Alabama

-Skai Moore, linebacker, South Carolina

-Marcus Murphy, running back, Missouri

-Connor Norman, safety, Georgia

-Kelcy Quarles, defensive tackle, South Carolina

-Tyler Russell, quarterback, Mississippi State

-Devin Washington, defensive end, South Carolina

-Shaq Wiggins, cornerback, Georgia

-Josh Williford, offensive guard, LSU

7. Big 12, 15

1

-David Ash, quarterback, Texas

-Blake Bell, quarterback, Oklahoma

-Beau Carpenter, offensive lineman, Texas Tech

-Aaron Colvin, cornerback, Oklahoma

-Josh Ford, wide receiver, Kansas

-Garrett Hope, fullback, West Virginia

-Bruce Jones, cornerback, Texas Tech

-Luke Knott, linebacker, Iowa State

-Ivan McCartney, wide receiver, West Virginia

-Tony Pierson, running back, Kansas

-Sam Richardson, quarterback, Iowa State

-Doug Rigg, linebacker, West Virginia

-Quinton Spain, offensive tackle, West Virginia

-Clint Trickett, quarterback, West Virginia

-Cam White, wide receiver, TCU

8. Independents, 14

-Craig Bills, safety, BYU

-Kwazel Bertrand, cornerback, Navy

-George Callender, safety, New Mexico State

-King Davis III, quarterback, New Mexico State

-Chris Ferguson, safety, Navy

-Tanner Fleming, center, Navy

-Adam Hine, running back, BYU

-Thomas Holloway, linebacker, Army

-Keenan Reynolds, quarterback, Navy

-Danny Spond, linebacker, Notre Dame

-Darius Staten, running back, Navy

-Graham Vickers, offensive tackle, Navy

-De’Ondre Wesley, offensive lineman, BYU

-Jamaal Williams, running back, BYU

T-9. Big Ten, 11

1

-Jared Abbrederis, wide receiver, Wisconsin

-Caleb Bak, offensive guard, Minnesota

-Tim Bennett, defensive back, Indiana

-Kain Colter, quarterback, Northwestern

-Jamal Marcus, defensive end, Ohio State

-Miles Osei, wide receiver, Illinois

-J.J. Prince, offensive tackle, Purdue

-Sean Robinson, linebacker, Purdue

-Fitzgerald Toussaint, running back, Michigan

-Nick VanHoose, cornerback, Northwestern

-Frankie Williams, defensive back, Purdue

T-9. American Athletic, 11

1

-Ryan Donohue, linebacker, UConn

-Kevin Friend, offensive tackle, UConn

-Keenan Holman, wide receiver, SMU

-Jeremy Johnson, wide receiver, SMU

-Larry McDuffey, wide receiver, Houston

-Gary Nova, quarterback, Rutgers

-Breshad Perriman, wide receiver, Central Florida

-David Piland, quarterback, Houston

-Noel Thomas, wide receiver, UConn

-Jhavon Williams, cornerback, UConn

-J.J. Worton, wide receiver, Central Florida

11. Sun Belt, 6

1

-Jah-Mai Davidson, offensive lineman, Georgia State

-Chris Hill, linebacker, UL-Lafayette

-Ulrick John, offensive tackle, Georgia State

-Joe Lockley, defensive tackle, Georgia State

-Jerome McClain, defensive lineman, South Alabama

-Drew Pearson, tight end, Georgia State

Concussions by team

(The numbers listed below represent the FBS programs with the most reported concussions this season as of Dec. 27, 2013.)

1. Hawaii, 9

T-2. Florida State, 6

T-2. Navy, 6

T-4. Air Force, 5 

T-4. West Virginia, 5

Concussions by position

(The numbers listed below represent the positions with the most reported concussions this season as of Dec. 27, 2013.)

1. Defensive back, 36

T-2. Linebacker, 28

T-2. Wide receiver, 28

4. Running back, 25

5. Defensive lineman, 24

Concussions by state

(The numbers listed below represent the states with the most reported concussions this season as of Dec. 27, 2013.)

T-1. Florida, 13

T-1. Texas, 13

T-3. Colorado, 10

T-3. Maryland, 10

5. Three states, 9 (California, Hawaii, West Virginia) 

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