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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by HotMic, Dec 24, 2018.
Ah come on!
Lets just clarify, NCAA testing for steroids is an absolute joke.
Since people appear to be comfortable commenting on “steroids”and clearly haven’t read more than a few headlines for clickbait, you should start with the understanding the Ostarine is what showed up positive on the tests. It is a SARM (selective androgen receptor modulator) and not a “steroid” by definition. Those complaining about “steroids” are mistaken and using the wrong terminology.
Happy to help. Let me know if you guys need any additional clarification on ostarine.
Pretty rich coming from a world renowned spastic
It's spelled Ostarine. Oster is a blender, bruh.
Is Ostarine legal to take as a collegiate football player?
No. That is why the players are suspended. Pretty dumb question.
However, if a player uses an otherwise legal shampoo and it is tainted with ostarine the NCAA may lift the suspension.
Ostarine isn't legal anywhere under any circumstances unless it's medical research. Anyone who gets caught with it was cheating, period.
I have it on good authority that its in over 60 products just sitting on store shelves.
The amount of brainwashing and denial is honesty amazing.
While the USADA still holds that the most likely way to obtain ostarine is through “black market” channels, their website gives a different account—as there are currently 60 products on their supplement list, which can be purchased at various retailers across the country, which contain the substance.
By comparison, last July there was only 36 products on the list.
“The unfortunate reality is that some dietary supplement manufacturers illegally put ostarine and other SARMs in their products, and some omit ostarine from the label entirely or use misleading names to confuse consumers’, writes the USADA. ‘You should look out for ostarine’s many synonyms, including MK-2866, enobasarm, (2S)-3-(4-cyanophenoxy)-N-[4-cyano-3-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-2-hydroxy-2-methylpropanamide, and GTx-024 on supplement labels.”
Pay special attention to hydroxy-2-methylpropanamide. Everyone know that's a common substance in chicken breasts.
Of course everyone does. That's why I only get free range organic chicken breasts that were raised on a commune and had chicken little read to them twice a day before being slaughtered in the must humane way possible. A butcher chases them down in a Mitch McConnell mask, laughing at them.
Basically Dabo is saying if you didn’t already have roids coming here we will provide them to you. The ultimate players coach IYAM
Damn. This is deeper than I thought. Steroids AND Ostarine use at Clemson. Quite a stew y’all got cooking there.
The only problem is that Dabo never said what the headline states. It's simply a tabloid-style, click-bait headline with no correlation to the actual story. But hey, I understand, like the writer of the headline, it's easier for you rival fans to put words in Dabo's mouth than deal with the reality.
Maybe Dabo's deal is that in order to get the good shit, you have to get baptized in a cold tub at practice
Clemson jokes were more fun before they started stomping on everyone in college football btw
Yeah the NCAA only punishes mediocre programs. Now that Clemson has won two titles, they’re going to get the UNC treatment.
Three players tested positive, three players are suspended for one year. Sounds like they are doing the exact amount of enforcement of their rules.
This is still a thing, eh?
Only to those truly afflicted with Clemsession. Bless their hearts.
Can someone hook me up with these supplements that have Ostarine in them?
Lot of mad ITT lol
Not sure why I'm responding but Zach Giella is a nerdy 3rd string OL who graduated and rarely played. No motivation for him to willingly cheat. Dexter Lawrence about to be a 1st round draft pick. Why would he risk cheating right before pay day?
The only guy who I guess it made sense for is Braden Galloway, a freshman TE who is competing for playing time next year. My best friend growing up was his HS coach in Seneca and claims there's no chance he knowingly cheated. I understand a coach doesn't want to believe his former player would cheat, but my buddy wouldn't have a problem saying something like, "who knows with him".
I think it's likely that a recovery medication had a trace amt of a SARM in it from the manufacturer, and the orthopedic surgeon didn't know. These 3 guys all had foot injuries. What does that mean from the NCAA's perspective? No idea. The NCAA is schizophrenic on what they view as an important rule to enforce.
Dynasty. We are.
Seriously, i want to know. almost beach szn
Just about everyone in the NFL uses SARMs and other PED's according to my uncle who worked as a team doctor in 2 major sports leagues.
Highly doubt he just started using before he got caught.
Every team has dudes that are juicing.
We're all just trying to get BUFF.
Clearly, CU needs to up their PED budget.
Too busy winning national championships vs the #Alabama Crimson Tide
Was talking Colorado. No one refers to Clemson as CU.
The big 8 is a bunch of weirdos
You're Clemson...Just like Creighton is Creighton.
Interest in fact. A CU alum designed Creighton's new logo. You'll notice its just a C.
We're also CU. When ppl think of CU, surely they don't think about Colorado.
They don't think of Clemson, either. Shit, people don't think of Alabama when you say "UA."
I mean CU is literally the schools logo...
I don't think any school can really claim and of the letters except for USC. Noone thinks of #South Carolina Gamecocks when they mention usc.
Unc, UK, USC, UGA, UF, BC,FSU, UVA, VT, WVU, UVA,LSU....looks like I'm really wrong here .
I guess you're right. Never thought about it since I hardly ever see the logo.
Since you chat about Southern Cal so much in your day time day activities? Eat dick Trop
Trop continues an incredible streak of being the shittiest poster on the board
#South Carolina Gamecocks how's women's basketball going this year?
Lol yall are a girls basketball school now!