Except for the fact those 2 had 3 players sent home from random PEDs testing for past 2 bowls

Author: BaronVonZemo (23981 Posts - Joined: Nov 19, 2010)
Posted at 7:17 pm on May 24, 2019

....I mean, if you ignore that, then I see your point.

It was reported as “violation of team rules”in the 2018 bowl game, and later revealed to be PED use when player was in NFL.
This year, Clemson couldn’t prevent the news leak, but Alabama still called it violation of team rules though it was widely reported to be PED’s as well.

Swinney was an assistant at Alabama p/t Clemson.

The NCAA randomly tests 15 players prior to the bowl game, and they even have time to “get clean”. Even so, 20% of the players tested this year at Clemson tested positive (3 of 15). As another poster mentioned, “Imagine if they all had been tested”.

A lot of smoke, and you think that there is no fire? This is not a court of law.


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