Dexter Lawrence scared?


Fail a drug test so he doesn't have to play the bowl game?

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Originally posted by saltydog235

Uhmm, they didn't retest DL. The B sample was the same as the original sample, just tested at a different time to see if an anomaly or flaw was in the original test. Clemson has 3 NC, probably have as many as ND by the time ND gets another shot at the playoffs.


Yes, that's called a "retest" of the same sample... And again, they should have tested the whole team...

Who cares about ND, SCar will 611 Dabo and Clem....

RBF


LMAO!!!! Winner! Winner!



"You don't always know where you stand till you know that you won't run away." ~Slipknot

It's not talking crap if you can back it up...and nothing can back it up better than facts.
3 months into the investigation with nothing. Is Mueller running this one also?

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https://theclemsoninsider.com/2019/05/24/galloway-giella-appeals-denied-by-ncaa/




Fishing Nerd

"skilled labor isn't cheap, cheap labor isn't skilled"
This won't even be in the news by tomorrow.

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Originally posted by CaptFritz

This won't even be in the news by tomorrow.

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It shouldn't be, they had a trace amount in their system. Even the Subject Matter Experts say that if a trace amount is found, then it shouldn't be a positive test. This is just the NCAA trying to use the little bit of power that they still have.

"World Anti-Doping Agency recently recommended that in cases where trace amounts of ostarine are found, no positive findings be made. The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has also lifted suspensions against five athletes who tested positive for trace levels of ostarine."
Thanks for the explanation, I can see it clearly now.



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Originally posted by CaptFritz

This won't even be in the news by tomorrow.

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It shouldn't be, they had a trace amount in their system. Even the Subject Matter Experts say that if a trace amount is found, then it shouldn't be a positive test. This is just the NCAA trying to use the little bit of power that they still have.

"World Anti-Doping Agency recently recommended that in cases where trace amounts of ostarine are found, no positive findings be made. The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has also lifted suspensions against five athletes who tested positive for trace levels of ostarine."



So if someone takes a drug test for their employer and a "trace amount" of cocaine or a "trace amount" of meth or a "trace amount" of heroin is found in their sample, it shouldn't be considered a positive drug test? Or is this more a matter of it shouldn't be viewed as a positive drug test if it was YOUR sample?


"You don't always know where you stand till you know that you won't run away." ~Slipknot
They know what happened but privacy laws prevent them from telling the public.

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