The point that I think we were trying to make is that there are more than 20 times more college football players than NFL players.
In the first sentence of your OP on this thread, you said:
The NFL had that one heat-related death (Korey Stringer) in 2001, and none since then, while the NCAA has had 27. Given the proportion of college players to pro players, that suggests that one can’t say that it’s the result of something that college teams are doing wrong, while NFL teams are doing it correctly.
That said, even one death due to heat stroke that could have been prevented is one too many.