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I don't see why it's not a huge deal. If something is banned, it clearly mean that it can't be USED!! Going beyond that point is breaking the law!! Sports Illustrated reported the finding, Nick Saban probably have them paid off...LOL!
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Bascially the same stuff that Auburn ( as you can see if you read the article) was accused of a couple years ago. Pretty lame stuff really.
Just an FYI, using a NCAA banned substance is not against the law.
Good headline reading up top. Most of article focuses on ZE using product to recover from his injury.
Not much to see here
Within 3 days there will be an article in the Bham News or Mobile PR in relation to the chips being handed out at AU as an extra benefit. That's just the way sports reporting in this state works.
Rb, be honest, how annoyed would you be if I dug up my old post about Alabama's winning not being due to the REC, steroids, or the refs, and added "it's not the deer antler spray" ?
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I can't wait until we're accused of performance enhancing and paying players again... jus sayin
"So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will vomit you out of My mouth."... Rev. 3:16
Seems to me if it is a banned substance by the NCAA the people who chose to use it should be punished, no matter what team is involved.If not do away with the ban...........
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