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FlinFlan80

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  1. I see coaches following new qbs on Twitter.............not looking good on the Colorado kid
  2. No five hour would not pass the test. These kids are warned about caffeine though.
  3. Ya know though Ben Newman didn’t sell him anything illegal. Illegal by NCAA standards, absolutely, but Newman made some easy money off that football team and by the looks of it is off other teams too. Supplements are a tricky game, it’s like Bison06 said awhile ago, safest just to stay off them.
  4. No one cares about what you think on here. When will you figure that out?
  5. Exactly true. I also got pulled out of bed once at 4 am to randomly pee in a cup. Really no way to dodge the tests.
  6. You have got to admit though someone was paying him to constantly be there, give his rah rah speeches, and, apparently, sell his goods. He already has ties to Kansas State which I find hilarious.
  7. Get a life? You are the one that spends your day on an opposing teams fan blog just to post comments like the one above. You sir are a waste of space. Why don't you call Ben Newman and have him give you one of his famous talks, pound a pre workout and hit the gym together.
  8. Klieman speaks so highly on this dude you would almost think he has a little man crush on the guy. Sucks that he screwed them over.
  9. This is one hundred percent true. I will be completely honest here. I took a preworkout all through college, before every workout, every game, etc etc. Lucky for me, I didn't get caught if what I was on was illegal. Hell every once in a while I still buy them today because they really do make working out that much easier. I feel bad for Brock because I'm sure he wasn't alone, but NDSU does need to be held responsible in some respect.
  10. Hey all you NDSU folks, here is who was supplying your boys with their goods: https://www.bennewman.net/
  11. Well it is all about what is best for the student athlete, just like any decision to go anywhere. Personally what I see in UND football is an opportunity to play for a solid FCS program. Facilities are nice, the college itself is a solid university, etc etc. It is the coaches job to let these athletes know why they should come to UND. That's why they get paid the big bucks to coach year round.
  12. The article you posted has nothing to do with him going to NDSU. The truth behind it is coach don't just say "Hey the BIG10 is great and all but what I really want is to coach in the Missouri Valley." Coaching is all about putting yourself is the best position to keep moving up, most of the time. Rutgers is currently a dumpster fire, so moving to NDSU might have saved his career.
  13. Well then, he is an idiot by my standards.
  14. https://www.hudl.com/profile/5659728/Carson-Welch Love this kids film
  15. That's exactly right. Kid can go ride pine behind Lance for four years
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