The folks at the Seattle-based Davis Law Group posted a chart called the "2018 College Football Drunk Driving Map," a look at drunken driving fatality rates in the regions surrounding 25 noted football schools.
"We focused on the teams in the Sporting News’ preseason Top 25 poll, a collection of schools scattered across the country," the site says. "We then compared each team’s drunk driving fatality rate in its geographic footprint."
For example, "The University of South Carolina, located in Columbia, S.C., had the highest rate in our study. Each year, there are an average of 7.45 fatalities as a result of alcohol-impaired driving per 100,000 people in the Gamecocks’ region."
Texas is listed as seventh out of 25, with 4.76 fatalities as a result of alcohol-impaired driving per 100,000 people in the University of Texas Longhorns’ region.
Michigan came in last (a positive place to be) with .73 deaths per 100,000 people in the region.
The chart, which is below, notes the methodology: