Remember those three Clemson football players who got suspended before the Cotton Bowl?
More and more info has come out about that situation and it has more than a few people grabbing their tinfoil hats to ponder the question: does Clemson have a PED problem?!
SOURCE-Clemson did not test — and has no plans to test — more members of its newly crowned national championship football team for performance enhancing drugs as part of an in-house probe in the wake of three ostarine suspensions last month.
Interesting. The skeptic would say, why not test them if you have nothing to hide? That’s dumb. It’s sort of like, why not let the government listen into all of your conversations, texts, emails, and phone calls if you have nothing to hide? Uhhhhh because that’s none of their business? Also, these are college kids. You drug test a bunch of college football players in the offseason you know what comes up? Drugs. You know what comes up on a drug test for a bunch of Clemson players in the offseason? Ostarine. Lots of it. (Relax, I’m just kidding)
Fewer than 20 Clemson players were tested in a random and routine NCAA drug screening of championship event participants. That is, more than 15 percent of those Tigers screened tested positive for performance enhancing drugs (PEDs).
The Clemson roster includes 119 players.