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Proves NCAA is turning a blind eye on why the SEC has been dominant.
This post was edited by DjHart 15 months ago
SWAT has been linked to a type of HGH.
Look at that guys other videos...seems like such a snake.
"Whoever’s trying to kill me isn’t getting the job done. But one day, I’m going to punch that f___r in the face."
He certainly does seem like a snake. It will be interesting to see if anyone would investigate this.
No one will investigate this, but they should. The NCAA is a joke.
WE ARE! And we will always be...
LOL!!! Investigate. Emmert doesn't care about actual cheating (ie: UNC). He only cares about power and headlines.
And the media strikes again. They sat on this until media day for the super bowl to make a big splash with ray lewis.
This story appears in the Feb. 4, 2013 issue of Sports Illustrated. Buy the digital version of the magazine here.
Yeah Alabama and Lsu should get worried this is starting to gain so steam
Psh. Emmert doesn't care about this. This deals with competitive balance. Not something the NCAA has no business in... And it involves the SEC. They aren't doing jack.
I couldnt care less if these players were taking the snake oil. That is all there products are. A quick read on Christopher Key and going over his snake like videos shows this guys character.
Anyone who understands GH peptides, HGH, IGF-1, MGF, etc. knows the efficacy of a spray compared to injectable IGF-1 (which is legal and can be bought online) is massive. You will gain practically nothing from deer antler spray.
Also the other things this company is selling is such BS, such as light retracting beams (lol), cell phone frequency deflectors (lol), training recovery light beams (lol), and so forth.
The only thing I would slightly be concerned about is any of the higher ups from universities getting in bed with these scam artists thinking these products will actually give a competitive advantage.
I am far from a fan of the SEC, Ray Lewis, Ravens, etc...but you really think Ray Lewis is going to be buying a snake oil spray when you can just as easily buy legitimate injectable IGF-1 and still pass tests cause NFL cant test for it? You think he wouldnt be injecting actual HGH which I would bet is used by 50%+ of NFL players, since the NFL cant test for it?
This post was edited by tmaluchnik 15 months ago
But he did it for free that is a impermissible benefit. Plus if you dig a little further I saw one article that a guy using this was tested positive for steroids. Because he was putting steroid in his product so people would think it was working.
My point of posting was to show how many things are going on that the NCAA should be controlling and keep their nose out of criminal cases
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