Ostarine, ostarine, ostarine….
For some in the media, the subject of the three Clemson Football players testing positive for trace amounts of Ostarine just before the CFP is a story that they will never allow to die. One in particular seems to actually be keeping a career alive by recycling the same information into a new headline every other week.
Enough is enough already. They tested positive. They were suspended. They appealed, and it was denied, so they will remain suspended. So, what is it exactly that they’ve gotten away with? What exactly are they “covering up?”
The only way an appeal was going to be won was by identifying the source. Finding out how the substance was ingested. The school tested over a dozen different things they thought were possibilities, but never found it.
Had they found the source, that information would have been used in the appeal. Instead, the only thing they could offer up were the results of polygraph tests the players agreed to take. Tests administered by an independent firm, and tests each player passed.
Insinuating the school is sitting on the proof that would have the suspensions reduced, or maybe even overturned are absurd. Insinuating the school is knowingly feeding its entire team PED’s is even more absurd.
But hey….. whatever generates a click, right?