To further the Myocarditis "epidemic" that is the newest SCARE affliction in the conversation, let's play out some numbers and see if this is close to what is represented in ACTUAL real life. Not Prescence

COLLEGE FOOTBALL - 3 Power Conferences

Big 12 = 10 teams

ACC = 15 teams (don’t forget South Bend CC)

SEC = 14 teams

NCAA FBS Scholarship limit = 85

Do simple Math:

A) 39 teams X 85 players = 3,315 total players

B) Myocarditis affliction Rate: 15%

C) EXPECTED # of AFFECTED PLAYERS: 3,315 X .15 =

How does this number stack up against what we ACTUALLY know? Number of KNOWN Myocarditis cases from

1) Eduardo Rodriguez Boston Red Sox - Age 27 - in treatment

2) Indiana O Lineman - Age ? - in treatment

3) Serbian Pro Basketball player - Age 27 - died

When gauging these 3 against ONLY the 39 college football teams above, the percentage works out to

**the Myocarditis rate is absolutely 15%.**__confirmed__COLLEGE FOOTBALL - 3 Power Conferences

Big 12 = 10 teams

ACC = 15 teams (don’t forget South Bend CC)

SEC = 14 teams

NCAA FBS Scholarship limit = 85

Do simple Math:

A) 39 teams X 85 players = 3,315 total players

B) Myocarditis affliction Rate: 15%

C) EXPECTED # of AFFECTED PLAYERS: 3,315 X .15 =

**497 PLAYERS???**How does this number stack up against what we ACTUALLY know? Number of KNOWN Myocarditis cases from

__ALL SPORTS__causing an athlete to sit out or die (feel free to add any new ones to this list)1) Eduardo Rodriguez Boston Red Sox - Age 27 - in treatment

2) Indiana O Lineman - Age ? - in treatment

3) Serbian Pro Basketball player - Age 27 - died

When gauging these 3 against ONLY the 39 college football teams above, the percentage works out to

**How do we get to 15% from here? Is this where**__0.09%.____"new"__math enters the picture? :-)
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