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Man, this guy really is scum.
From Yahoo! Sports: Ray Lewis isn't the only athlete alleged to have received the banned substances produced by Sports with Alternatives to Steroids (S.W.A.T.S.).
All your five stars are belong to us!
Sounds like the only one knowing this stuff was banned, was the jerk himself. I hope the NFL bulldozes this guy.
This post was edited by Larrz on 1/30/2013 at 1:47 PM
Guy is full of it and a complete d-bag.
Check out this youtube video he posted from April 2012 4 months after the BCS game.
Goes into LSU played used for BAMA game in NOV, after bad 1st half against ARK they used for 2nd half, after bad 1st half against UGA they used 2nd half, and then they did not use against BAMA in the BCS game so they lost. Oh yes and Auburn used in 2011 to win BCS the year before.
This guy is sad to watch but I don't think he is going to stop anytime soon.
The other interesting thing is that Dial, Watkins and Hubbard combined for 0 tackles, 0 sacks, 0 fumbles & 0 INTs. Guys got in the very end and hardly played. How did these 3 guys win the BCS National Championship for Alabama by wearing a magic bracelet or squirting deer antler juice in their mouth? They weren't tired after the game because they did not hardly even play.
I agree this is ridiculous. He states that LSU just so happened to take it before they beat Bama and then Bama took it before championship and went on to beat LSU.
Geez... these guys are something else.
I just hope this doesn't become a witch hunt that negatively affects us.
This post was edited by Bishop777 on 1/30/2013 at 3:44 PM
This wouldn't be news worthy if we'd just legalize PEDs.
The stickers aren't what contains the IGF-1. The deer antler spray is the only thin that has the banned substance. If you read the original SI article it's days that the stickers are nothing more than stickers. This article is misinformed.
No matter whether the substance was banned, if they received the stuff for free then its a problem. Of course, he would have to have proof and/or credibility (and he doesn't). I highly doubt anything comes of this in regard to UA football.
When your on top everybody wont's a part of you...RTR
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