ABC News sent a questionnaire to the country's top 25 ranked college football programs asking about their use of prescription painkillers. The survey asked whether the programs currently use injections of the painkiller Toradol or its generic version, Ketorolac, on game day. Manufacturer labels for the drug include warnings of possible side effects that include increased risk of gastrointestinal bleeding, heart attack, and stroke. The survey also asked whether the programs track the use of prescription painkillers on players by team doctors. While some schools declined to comment, the results of the questionnaire show that some still use Toradol.