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(Yahoo)   The current state of steroid use in College Football: some players use it, coaches think it's 100% not happening, the Associated Press thinks everyone is doing it because of weight gain, and the NCAA would rather test for Marijuana   (news.yahoo.com) divider line 27
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2012-12-20 02:41:58 PM
it is so cute that they are still pretending to care.
if this were a real issue, there would be a lifetime ban from all sports. period.
 
TADA, the problem would go away overnight.
 
2012-12-20 03:51:28 PM
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/miss that show
 
2012-12-20 03:58:26 PM
Just this week they released the Cause of death of Eagle's head coach Andy Reid's son Garret and found steriods in his system. He was staying in the players dorm during Training camp at Lehigh. 19 vials and 60+ needles also found in his room at the time of his death. I thought it would be easy to put 2 + 2 together and assume he was supplying the team given his drug past but that is the last I heard of it. I thought an investigation would explode but I guesss they just don't want to know about it.
 
2012-12-20 04:00:46 PM

Web_Slinger: Just this week they released the Cause of death of Eagle's head coach Andy Reid's son Garret and found steriods in his system. He was staying in the players dorm during Training camp at Lehigh. 19 vials and 60+ needles also found in his room at the time of his death. I thought it would be easy to put 2 + 2 together and assume he was supplying the team given his drug past but that is the last I heard of it. I thought an investigation would explode but I guesss they just don't want to know about it.


I don't think anybody is accusing the Eagles of using performance enhancing substances this year.
 
2012-12-20 04:08:52 PM

VvonderJesus: Web_Slinger: Just this week they released the Cause of death of Eagle's head coach Andy Reid's son Garret and found steriods in his system. He was staying in the players dorm during Training camp at Lehigh. 19 vials and 60+ needles also found in his room at the time of his death. I thought it would be easy to put 2 + 2 together and assume he was supplying the team given his drug past but that is the last I heard of it. I thought an investigation would explode but I guesss they just don't want to know about it.

I don't think anybody is accusing the Eagles of using performance enhancing substances this year.


Yeah, If they don't actually enhance performance, why bother with the time, effort and expense of enforcing the rules against them? If the guy is up for a Pro Bowl like Merriman was, test, test, and test again. If he's Tony Mandarich, who gives a shiat?
 
2012-12-20 04:13:02 PM
I could care less what grown men put in their bodies but pros do it, so college kids do it, so high school kids do it, so grade schoolers do it.

I wonder if pregnant women take the stuff just to give Junior a really big head start.

/is that a baby with a big ass or a big-ass baby
 
2012-12-20 04:21:36 PM
couldn't not could

/must be the roid rage
 
2012-12-20 04:23:44 PM

Boudica's War Tampon:

/is that a baby with a big ass or a big-ass baby


imgs.xkcd.com
 
2012-12-20 04:29:30 PM
if you aren't cheating then the guy that is is going to get your roster spot in the NFL for millions of dollars, and if your players aren't cheating then your college is going to lose to the college that is, but it's all about education or some bullshiat. make that money
 
2012-12-20 04:30:07 PM

forgotmydamnusername: VvonderJesus: Web_Slinger: Just this week they released the Cause of death of Eagle's head coach Andy Reid's son Garret and found steriods in his system. He was staying in the players dorm during Training camp at Lehigh. 19 vials and 60+ needles also found in his room at the time of his death. I thought it would be easy to put 2 + 2 together and assume he was supplying the team given his drug past but that is the last I heard of it. I thought an investigation would explode but I guesss they just don't want to know about it.

I don't think anybody is accusing the Eagles of using performance enhancing substances this year.

Yeah, If they don't actually enhance performance, why bother with the time, effort and expense of enforcing the rules against them? If the guy is up for a Pro Bowl like Merriman was, test, test, and test again. If he's Tony Mandarich, who gives a shiat?


Whoosh.
 
2012-12-20 04:33:10 PM
So steroid use is rampant in college? And here I thought it was normal for a 300 pound man to run a 4.7/40
 
2012-12-20 04:49:54 PM
When you say "coaches think it's 100% not happening" you mean "coaches tell the media it's 100% not happening then wink/nudge their players toward the assistant coach who bench pressed 225 lbs. 43 times."
Think of NCAA Football as 655 teams with 655 little Vince McMahons running them.
 
2012-12-20 04:54:17 PM
1) test every player before and after the game
2) arrest everyone who tests positive, ban them for life from all sports
3) if 2-5 test positive, arrest the coach for aiding and abetting, ban for life
4) if more than 5 test positive, arrest the head of the school, ban for life
 
TADA problem solved
 
or just legalize the stuff already and stop pretending to care
 
2012-12-20 05:00:16 PM
The cat is out of the bag, and everyone who wants to dope and has a clue and a couple hundred bucks can use syntest indefinitely with no fear.
 
2012-12-20 05:05:35 PM
Of course the coaches don't care. It's not in their interest to do more than the absolute minimum required amount of testing.
 
2012-12-20 05:24:03 PM
Just add that to the list of things that make college football so farked up. People get so wound up in the "tradition" of college football, but when you get down to it, between the spineless administrators, coaches who have no loyalty and just chase a paycheck with zero consequences, and the lack of any consideration of student athletes' best interests by admins, coaches, and the NCAA, it's pretty obvious the sport has about as much integrity as boxing.
 
2012-12-20 05:34:45 PM

carnifex2005: forgotmydamnusername: VvonderJesus: Web_Slinger: Just this week they released the Cause of death of Eagle's head coach Andy Reid's son Garret and found steriods in his system. He was staying in the players dorm during Training camp at Lehigh. 19 vials and 60+ needles also found in his room at the time of his death. I thought it would be easy to put 2 + 2 together and assume he was supplying the team given his drug past but that is the last I heard of it. I thought an investigation would explode but I guesss they just don't want to know about it.

I don't think anybody is accusing the Eagles of using performance enhancing substances this year.

Yeah, If they don't actually enhance performance, why bother with the time, effort and expense of enforcing the rules against them? If the guy is up for a Pro Bowl like Merriman was, test, test, and test again. If he's Tony Mandarich, who gives a shiat?

Whoosh.


What, because I didn't go with a totally obvious joke about the Eagles must not be using PEDs 'cause they're losing? The reality is, they probably are, and it doesn't matter because it hasn't done shiat for them.
 
2012-12-20 06:30:38 PM

namatad: 1) test every player before and after the game
2) arrest everyone who tests positive, ban them for life from all sports
3) if 2-5 test positive, arrest the coach for aiding and abetting, ban for life
4) if more than 5 test positive, arrest the head of the school, ban for life
 
TADA problem solved
 
or just legalize the stuff already and stop pretending to care


A guy could be microdosing synthetic testosterone and EPO every day, but if all you're doing is simple tests, he's going to come back "clean" (meaning, under certain ratios) indefinitely.

What the NCAA --and most every sports organization-- do is looooowwwwwww level stuff that's nothing more than an IQ test. And you only have to be the owner of a 36 IQ (or know someone who is) to beat it.
 
2012-12-20 06:59:11 PM

namatad: 1) test every player before and after the game
2) arrest everyone who tests positive, ban them for life from all sports
3) if 2-5 test positive, arrest the coach for aiding and abetting, ban for life
4) if more than 5 test positive, arrest the head of the school, ban for life

TADA problem solved

or just legalize the stuff already and stop pretending to care


You act like drug tests aren't easy to beat.

Nearly everyone in every major sport (NFL, UFC, MLB, etc) are all juicing.
 
2012-12-20 07:23:51 PM
I think Ricky Williams is still paying people in the NFL because he smoked a little weed.
 
2012-12-20 07:24:26 PM
Ok Ok I lied - Ricky smoked a metric ass ton of weed.
 
2012-12-20 07:25:13 PM
Haven't heard of any NFL players smoking metric ass tons of cigarettes though....wonder why?
 
2012-12-20 07:48:01 PM
Maybe someone will come along and create "natural" leagues.

All sarcasm aside, if football (or sports in general) wanted to really take on the issue of head trauma, they would attempt to at least slow down the proliferation of steroids and/or HGH.
 
2012-12-20 09:00:29 PM
The same press that assured me that PEDs in baseball weren't an issue? That press?
 
2012-12-20 10:57:41 PM
NCAA can't seriously test for steroids or half the SEC and most of the Top 25 would be ineligible for the post season.
 
2012-12-20 10:58:44 PM

VvonderJesus: Web_Slinger: Just this week they released the Cause of death of Eagle's head coach Andy Reid's son Garret and found steriods in his system. He was staying in the players dorm during Training camp at Lehigh. 19 vials and 60+ needles also found in his room at the time of his death. I thought it would be easy to put 2 + 2 together and assume he was supplying the team given his drug past but that is the last I heard of it. I thought an investigation would explode but I guesss they just don't want to know about it.

I don't think anybody is accusing the Eagles of using performance enhancing substances this year.



Well duh, their supplier is dead.
 
2012-12-21 09:24:19 AM
100% of all semi-pro football players dope. 115% of pro football players dope.
 
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