High-risk versus low-risk football game weekends: differences in problem drinking and alcohol-related consequences on college campuses in the United States.

@article{Champion2009HighriskVL,
  title={High-risk versus low-risk football game weekends: differences in problem drinking and alcohol-related consequences on college campuses in the United States.},
  author={Heather L O Champion and Jill N Blocker and Cynthia K Buettner and Barbara Alvarez Martin and Maria T Parries and Thomas P McCoy and Ananda Mitra and David W Andrews and Scott D. Rhodes},
  journal={International journal of adolescent medicine and health},
  year={2009},
  volume={21 2},
  pages={249-62}
}
UNLABELLED Collegiate football games provide multiple social opportunities for alcohol use by students over the course of the weekend. The goal of this study was to examine alcohol use and alcohol-related consequences on football game weekends to determine differences based on characteristics of the game. METHODS A random sample of students from two large, public universities in the United States completed a survey on the Sunday-Friday following a high-risk weekend (HRW, important, home game… CONTINUE READING