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TFBJR last won the day on July 20 2020

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  1. Cael is a bigger factor in the program's decline than the Head Coach of the team? That is a mighty reach.
  2. What BS. Reads like an indictment of the NCAA IMO. Kids drove thousands of miles and the coach paid for the gas, coach paid then to work camps coach threw a few bucks to kids who were redshirting and living in freaking Oklahoma and probably starving. The investigation cost far more than any expense incurred by the coaches, and the fat cats at the NCAA made millions, The NCAA is a corrupt anachronism that needs to go away.
  3. Talk about it?? You called him a dbag. Twice.
  4. Dirtbag? You never cease to hit rock bottom. They wouldn't pay him, he moved on, they are still using his stuff - no company does that. He's right and was professional about it. Not sure how this makes him a dbag. You on the other hand .....
  5. Performance Improvement Plan = Double Secret Probation. The writing is on the wall and it is used to avoid any messy terminations
  6. CP comes out the loser in this whole thing. He'll be the sacrificial lamb at Flo before long is my guess
  7. Wrestled the Rutgers coach at 158 pounds. Small world.
  8. I'm so sorry this is happening to you. I hope your life turns around. Rutgers football: RU Football Rutgers Wrestling: RU Wrestling NJ: College football is not a way of life, nor a means to escape the crushing deadness of watching the grain grow for 6 months and then teh snow fall for the other 6. 9 professional teams in the 4 major sports, professional and semi-pro teams in every other sport, unending cultural events and night-life venues, i.e. music, art, education, etc., the Atlantic Ocean, and unlimited job opportunities post-graduation. I hope you recover
  9. D-1 Council has voted in favor of giving additional year of eligibility to winter athletes, source told @Stadium. Won’t be official until close of tomorrow’s meeting since it could still be brought back for reconsideration.
  10. To be clear - I am not making this up. I'm an engineer, no medical background. What I read was that at "Body building" dosage , i.e. >20MG / day the anecdotal effects include jaundice and liver damage almost immediately, in some self-reported cases. The clinical dosage for Wasting in cancer patients was 1-3 MG / day. The concept sounds very interesting. I expect the devil and damage is in the details. I'm going to stay a little chunky for now.
  11. Consider if you as a parent would accidentally leave an unmarked half of a PBJ or a cookie in the fridge if your kid had a deadly peanut allergy. Or cow's milk if he had a serious dairy allergy. The whole thing is implausible at best. No one knows for certain except the Fix family. What we do know is that he is a once convicted cheater at the minimum. One more blip and he is working at the car wash. He's a great freestyler when he opens up, so I hope this is the end of the family experimentation. He could be good for 3 cycles if he pulls it together. Doesn't seem realistic that the father would be able to hold down an Olympic Training Center job as he has admitted to intentionally ingesting a banned PED. That's pretty incongruous. The basic pharmacology looks promising. If you take only the positives it sounds like a perfect drug. The downsides include that this stuff can quickly put your liver out of action. That could be anecdotal, luck of the draw. Massive bodybuilding quantities >25 mg seem to act similar to a steroid and can cause the usual issues. Caveat emptor.
  12. Kid wrestles a tournament comes home and then shows a residue amount - not surprising it was only trace a full week after the cut. The father - a non-athlete - takes ostarine despite it causing gynecomastia, enlarged prostate, and shrinking of the testicles. (Source: US Pharmacist - Anecdotal evidence suggests that taking ostarine at these high doses over this extended time period can adversely lead to lowered testosterone levels.17 The side effects of decreased testosterone include reduced sex drive, erectile dysfunction, infertility, muscle weakness, loss of bone density, weight gain accompanied by increased body fat, insomnia, and depression.1) Makes perfect sense. All of the guys at my club are on it. Helps driver distance. Not so good for the putter though :) No one puts these 2 things together. Instead they lawyer up and blame it on any and all other supplements he's taking. Good legal strategy but comes up empty. "Hmmm - we're in trouble. I wonder what my attorney would suggest?" Lightning bolt!!! Dad says "Hey DF - remember that one swig of my garage stash you took just after you came home when the doorbell rang and the nice man from USADA was here?". I wasn't there when you drank it so I have no knowledge but it was Mom's usual special juice, so it must have stuck in your mind." "Why yes Dad - i do. It was sooooo tasty. Didn't Mark Perry recommend that to you? Glad I only took one very small swig. I'm surprised you never mentioned you were storing and taking a drug that could cause me to lose my career and potentially destroy my health and ability to give you grandchildren. You silly Dad you. I love you big guy. You really are ripped these days" Lawyer threatens USADA with protracted legal action. They compromise. All is quiet - Not a word from Dad, JS, or MP. Maybe it will all just go away. "Remember when that bad man pulled my headgear? Now that is worth crying to the newspapers about for sure! This we will just stay mum on." Biggest crock of nonsense ever. DF is a cheater and probably always has been. I expect this is the beginning of the end. He won't be able to pull weight again without risking a 2nd hit. USADA will then burn him at the stake. Smith, Perry, Elder Fix and DF all gave the a sport a black eye.
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