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Interesting read from Sports Illustrated regarding Bama and the use of a foreign substance prior to 1/9/12. Check it out:
This post was edited by BayouProfit 15 months ago
"Without a struggle, there can be no progress." — Frederick Douglass
Okay, just read that whole thing ... The substances that they were taking before the game was illegal by NCAA standards? Am i reading that right?
This post was edited by LaBornNRaised 15 months ago
I hope this is okay to post this, but the following short paragraph struck me:
IGF-1 is also a substance banned by the NCAA and by every major pro league. Alleging that the NFL warned players away from S.W.A.T.S.'s spray because it's a threat to "Big Pharma," Key boasted that S.W.A.T.S. is "the most controversial supplement company on Earth."
Read More: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/nfl/news/20130129/the-strange-lab-that-lured-numerous-athletes/#ixzz2JOGbnu2f
I am officially claiming the 2012 National Championship.
Unbeknownst to Crimson Tide coaches, S.W.A.T.S. had an audience with players on the No. 2 team in college football, a gathering that Key taped with a pen camera and showed to SI. He handed out some of the company's products gratis -- "It should never come up, but I'll go to the grave saying you bought this," Key told them -- and one, linebacker Alex Watkins, six months later gave a video testimonial on YouTube citing the boost he got from the chips, water and deer-antler pills during Bama's 21-0 BCS title victory.
Read More: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/nfl/news/20130129/the-strange-lab-that-lured-numerous-athletes/#ixzz2JONMNMlu
Wow. Might sign up on Bol for this.
I am too!
dang...the article also says that he gave the same stuff to some LSU players before the 9-6 win over Bama in November.
But there is no evidence...just heresay. He used a pen camera to record the dealings with the Bama players.
Not the same stuff. Legal hologram stuff, not the antler spray.
thanks...I see now...just the "chips"...I feel better now...
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