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Topic: Just saw the Tigers had a big Christmas brunch in Dallas
Replies: 2   Last Post: Dec 25, 2018 3:29 PM by: TigerCC®
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Just saw the Tigers had a big Christmas brunch in Dallas


Posted: Dec 25, 2018 2:14 PM
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Here is my question. What is to stop a fan from another schools with contaminating that food with substances banned by the NCAA? The answer is nothing. All it takes is a small amount to be placed in their meals and a sliver of it will show up in our players if they are tested. If you really think is past some of football's royalty then you are very naive. ####, one Bama fan poisoned Auburn's trees. Nothing is past some of these people.

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Re: Just saw the Tigers had a big Christmas brunch in Dallas


Posted: Dec 25, 2018 3:13 PM
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In such a case ALL those eating the food would be in danger. Not just three individuals. Rare that something would be served to the team and only three injested the banned substance.


The entire team doesn't get tested


Posted: Dec 25, 2018 3:29 PM
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Not sure, but my belief is about 5 would get tested.

To the first post, though, yes, anything could happen. It sucks too, b/c all it would take would be a dusting off substance to create a failed drug test up to 6 months later.

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