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Looks like SEC players were buying/using the same deer antler spray Ray-Ray is accused of using:
The University of Alabama said Tuesday the company that says it provided a product containing a banned substance to Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis also contacted its players before the 2012 BCS championship game against LSU.
does it say deer-antler salesman on his business card?
This post was edited by MSUDancinBear 18 months ago
Your average UofM fan and I have something in common, neither of us went to UofM. Though we do share One major difference, I got Accepted.
I guess I am late on this. WTF is deer antler spray? What does it do?
More importantly, who the hell decided to turn a deer antler into dust and inhale it?
You're supposed to snort it with a $100 bill.
hoke- to alter or manipulate so as to give a deceptively or superficially improved quality or value.
Am i supposed to be upset if football players used steroids? A good chunk of the entertainmentvalue comes from watching human sized pieces of hamburger get sent through the grinder.
Found this tidbit:
The claimed benefits of deer antler velvet spray include increased energy and libido, improved hearing and eyesight, and better coordination and flexibility.
Edit: Meant to quote Io Triumphe
Deer antler velvet is harvested harmlessly from young male Red Deer in the springtime when antler growth is at its peak.
This post was edited by Stan Sitwell 18 months ago
A man's gotta eat!
Contains IGF-1, banned substance in the NFL. Supposed to be metabolized form of HGH.
Big Ten and Big East may want to pick some up
“Lucky for you, this stuff doesn’t work.”
does this really surprise anyone
I haven't followed this at all but would be shocked if IGF-1 had an oral activity whatsover. Even if this "product" is enriched in IGF-1, they would have to shoot up with it to get any effect, and those effects would be transient at best.
Yep - just read the article and agree with the doc that the guy selling this stuff is full of shit.
Of course that doesn't mean the product might be spiked with something that is more likely to achieve the intended results.
Alabama and LSU are using everything they can get their hands on, it just so happens that this particular stuff doesn't work. Their stomachs would break this down to nothing of use and any sublingual effect would be so negligible it wouldn't even register.
Well, Bama DID jailsex ND.
tRCMB - Visit at your own risk of being disgusted.
You mean the "this stuff is Chinese and has been around for thousands of years" didn't give it away?
This is traditional Chinese herbology souped up with a fancy American lab with a cool name. Sounds like this Key guy is a good salesman for a product that doesn't have any real scientific effects and is making some solid money doing what he's doing, but this would be reason #556 on a list of why the SEC is ahead of the rest of the country on the football field.
If publications are going to come with dirt on the SEC you've got to bring it a little harder than deer antlers from New Zealand.
Yet IGF-1 is banned substance in the NFL. Why is it banned if it doesn't register?
It will register (and work) if you inject it.
There's really no scientific proof that spraying it into the mouth works.
Between Te'o being distracted by a fake dead woman and now this, I fully expect ND to claim thus year's national championship.
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