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Spray made from deer antlers contains the banned substance IGF-1.
With the Super Bowl less than a week away, the process of coming up with storylines -- both good and bad -- about the players and coaches participating in the big event is underway. Specifically, theres a new angle for Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis.
Three Alabama players in Quinton Dial, Alex Watkins and Adrian Hubbard are reportedly linked to a banned substance by a Sports Illustrated report.
This story appears in the Feb. 4, 2013 issue of Sports Illustrated. Buy the digital version of the magazine here.
Proud to support everything Louisiana
You could just see the roid rage in Quinton's eyes when he looked up after demolishing Murray with that vicious hit.
Saban has that same look in his eyes.
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I can't believe ESPN would publish such a story?? Everyone has said they are so pro BAMA ?
It says LSU only used that hologram sticker stuff, which is currently legal... Bama on the other hand used the hologram stuff and the deer antler spray, which is illegal
I may be wrong but I don't see anything coming of this story.
Me neither. Not unless there is hard evidence and even then the punishment will probably be very minor.
I on the other hand am claiming the 2012 National Title.
I am with you.
"I guess you've just gotta find something you love to do and then... do it for the rest of your life." - Max Fisher
Only thing that has happened is the formation of a new lobbying group called NORDAL..
They're having a rally in Tuscaloosa today
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