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  1. NORTH DAKOTA vs. Minnesota

    I was thinking Jumbotron....
  2. Drugs Are Bad Mmmkay

    So ... you're out, congrats...
  3. Da (Griz) Bears Look A Likes

    Treshawn Favors Howdy Doody
  4. Drugs Are Bad Mmmkay

    So is the real problem that the coaching staff didn't keep the drug issue away from law enforcement through lack of of oversight or mentoring?
  5. Drugs Are Bad Mmmkay

    Correct, anything that effects performance...
  6. Drugs Are Bad Mmmkay

    No to the full blown, Legalize marijuana if a system for reliable detection can be implemented. In regards to sports with scholarships, hard line of no use what so ever..
  7. 2017 Season

    Maybe I am naïve, I did not realize how supportive of a drug culture football is...
  8. 2017 Season

    Drug dealers and drug users would avoid UND, I don't understand your second question. Seems like you support drug use among athletes, why?
  9. 2017 Season

    A drug problem exists, a thorough testing program would help to alleviate the problem... Having the system, and thus the culture in place would have kept UND from losing the talents of these two players. If they chose not to attend UND due to strict drug policy then the team would have dodged a bullet... Try to consider the time and expense that went into recruiting, training, housing, and educating these individuals. Money would be better spent on individuals that are not will to piss it down their leg so readily.. As far as dealing vs. use... both are illegal and against school policy. If you are a high end athlete you would not want to be anywhere near any of it. Law enforcement is notorious to throw the book at persons to get pressure on the person to get individual to plead out. I have a digital scale on my kitchen counter. Doubt I have any baggies that contain residue but I watched an old guy pick up a baggie by a port a john once and threw it in the garbage, I wondered later what was in the baggie, cause it didn't look like a wind blown bag. He may have not had a clue, or dealt with the issue without making waves. My personal opinion is if it could be legally controlled like alcohol, then legalize it. If anyone wants to use in moderation, adults of course, then it is just dangerous but not much more dangerous than alcohol.. If I have a "job", which those athletes do, that had rules regarding use, then I would need to follow them. I don't know if the drug issue is a major problem with the team. Saying that "other teams do it" is a giant cop out that should not be embraced.
  10. 2017 Season

    Sounds like a way to clean up a mess of a program...
  11. 2017 Season

    every day you clip a hair, 98 of 100 get trashed, 2 get sent in. Say you have to submit 4 sample for every 7 day period. If they are serious athletes, it is just another hoop.
  12. 2017 Season

    Nope, never let them think they are safe and keep the evil geniuses on their toes.... Big picture. If you truly think you are an elite athlete, you would not even consider alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, etc. That should be the gold standard for all programs.
  13. 2017 Season

    I always thought they should have to piss every day, and then random tests on some of the samples.
  14. Sioux Survivor #3 2017-2018

    Gersich Why are the last two game winners marked with an asterick?
  15. Gameday: UND vs Da other Bears

    USD wins