With regards to football, it would seem that current educational efforts are not working well. High school level AAS education was studied on six different campuses. Two football teams received a lecture on steroids and a four-page handout, two of them were given just the handout, and two teams were controls (didn't receive any education on steroids). Also, at this level, the incidence of self-report of current steroid use was %. After the athletes received their educational interventions which focused on the possible adverse effects from AAS use, no significant difference in their attitudes toward the use of AAS occurred as compared to the control groups (13). So at least from the results of this study, we can conclude that education in its current form isn't changing the attitudes of elite level football players in high-school. That plus the fact that their getting progressively bigger, makes a strong case.