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8 hours ago, BarnWinterSportsEngelstad said:

I give the trolls some credit for visiting SS to hear the other side of the story since the holidays, but not one bit for downplaying the seriousness of this and trying to persuade fans across ND that it's no big deal or BB Mama's Junior had a little too much coffee. Didn't see in any of their comments that Junior had to poop a lot?

Athletic Director Dan Radakovich of Clemson doesn't know how the 3 athletes ended up with the banned substance Ostarine in their systems, leading to failed drug tests. At least he didn't say that they got it from another student athlete. 

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Larsen - it's from some student athlete.

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said "trying to really kind of find out exactly where it came from or is it some type of contaminant or something

Way too many similarities with SU and Clemson in this.

https://www.thestate.com/sports/college/acc/clemson-university/article225649065.html

 

These quotes are pretty funny - Swinney knows nearly nothing, not in the loop!!!  Also, Clemson is puzzled by this mysterious 'Contaminant' that happens to make players bigger, stronger, faster, leaner, with virtually no side effects.  Honest question, why isn't every college athlete cycling this stuff in the off season when there is no threat of test??  (Probably are)

“It’s a huge undertaking, and I really have not been in that loop,” Swinney said of the appeal process. “I’ve gone and seen Dan(Clemson AD) maybe like a minute here and a minute there over the last several weeks. I now that they’re all working through that.”

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Is ostarine prohibited in sport?
Yes, ostarine is prohibited at all times under the S1 Anabolic Agent category of the WADA Prohibited List. The number of positive tests involving ostarine has increased steadily over the past few years, with WADA reporting 28 globally in 2015.

Do everyday products contain ostarine?
There are in fact products that contain ostarine, but only illegal ones. Given that ostarine is not approved for human use or consumption in the U.S., or in any other country, there are no legal medications that contain ostarine.

 

Somehow some "contaminant" ... that's not approved for human use or consumption ... somehow got into Clemson players? So who brought the "contaminant" around in the first place. 

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On 1/27/2019 at 7:18 PM, BISONROCK79 said:

I am out you guys are bottom feeders it doesn’t matter best of luck on your offseason you will loose at that too!

If you are going to talk smack you might want to spell "lose" correctly. The zing loses it's luster and the poster lacks credibility when basic words are not spelled correctly. 

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18 minutes ago, UNDColorado said:

If you are going to talk smack you might want to spell "lose" correctly. The zing loses it's luster and the poster lacks credibility when basic words are not spelled correctly. 

I swear that word gets misspelled more than any other 

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31 minutes ago, UNDColorado said:

If you are going to talk smack you might want to spell "lose" correctly. The zing loses it's luster and the poster lacks credibility when basic words are not spelled correctly. 

It’s a bisonville joke, sometimes.

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9 hours ago, Milo said:

Acting as judge and jury you must be a person of integrity?  Certainly you want to appear inspired by higher ideals. Are you going to compromise your own principals and actually play the game next season?  Last time UND felt they were at a disadvantage they quit. 

Make a stand.  Stop your libel and do something!  stand up for your principals.  quit the series.  you obviously feel at a disadvantage and that is certainly a precedent for quitting at UND.  It would probably be better than a repeat of last time too  I’m sure you dont want to sit through that again when you could stay at home and post away how unfair it all is for UND and an insult to it’s virtues  

For once, let the smoke clear up a little.  try to focus on what’s important and do the right thing  

 

Why are you so defensive about it?  

Plenty of time has passed for the smoke to clear as you say, but we are still left with two completely contradictory statements by the family and su.  While you may think Brock just got a bad batch of Folgers crystals, others think that excuse just doesn’t add up. 

As more time goes on and no effort is made to clear up the confusion, the situation just looks more and more fishy to the neutral observer. 

Don't worry- the game will still be played this fall as long as ndsu doesn’t get the death penalty from the NCAA. 

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1 hour ago, sioux rube said:

I swear that word gets misspelled more than any other 

I'd vote for there, their and they're (not to thread-jack or anything :D)

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18 minutes ago, zonadub said:

I'd vote for there, their and they're (not to thread-jack or anything :D)

I assure you there's no way to insure against improper use of the term ensure.
It's impossible to prevent its misuse. 

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53 minutes ago, Siouxphan27 said:

Don't worry- the game will still be played this fall as long as ndsu doesn’t get the death penalty from the NCAA. 

Now that's some epic trolling. 

I bet that got "Five Bridges" on JohnBoy's troll-o-meter. :) 

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2 hours ago, geaux_sioux said:

It’s a bisonville joke, sometimes.

Wouldn't know as I've only been over there one time. That was one time too many :wink:

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14 minutes ago, The Sicatoka said:

I assure you there's no way to insure against improper use of the term ensure.
It's impossible to prevent its misuse. 

Affect vs. effect

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29 minutes ago, The Sicatoka said:

Now that's some epic trolling. 

I bet that got "Five Bridges" on JohnBoy's troll-o-meter. :) 

Or there own designated tunnel...

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3 hours ago, sioux rube said:

I swear that word gets misspelled more than any other 

Your kidding right. :wink:

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1 hour ago, The Sicatoka said:

Now that's some epic trolling. 

I bet that got "Five Bridges" on JohnBoy's troll-o-meter. :) 

We will have to wait til Milo gets home from school for his response. 

:)

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On ‎1‎/‎27‎/‎2019 at 8:18 PM, BISONROCK79 said:

I am out you guys are bottom feeders it doesn’t matter best of luck on your offseason you will loose at that too!

Go home Peter....

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55 minutes ago, GoHawks said:

Go home Peter....

No worries, I am staying.  I think its hilarious whats going on here. 

 

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Dexter Lawrence on the sideline during the national championship game. (Harry How/Getty Images)

Head coach Dabo Swinney said it’s possible that Clemson accidentally gave the players something it thought was OK with the NCAA but that contains ostarine.

 

However, there’s a problem with Swinney and Clemson’s peculiar honesty about possibly unknowingly giving athletes something with ostarine in it. If giving players a banned drug was an accident, it seems unlikely that Lawrence, Galloway and Giella are the only Tigers players who would test positive — had the whole roster been evaluated.

https://ftw.usatoday.com/2019/02/dabo-swinney-clemson-dexter-lawrence-ped

18 players out of 119 players were tested.

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When I found out that only 18 dudes got tested I was pissed.  I'm sure Coaches Kelly and Saban aren't particularly pleased about that.

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11 hours ago, JohnboyND7 said:

When I found out that only 18 dudes got tested I was pissed.  I'm sure Coaches Kelly and Saban aren't particularly pleased about that.

And you guys were tested more times than they were.

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2 hours ago, JohnboyND7 said:

When I found out that only 18 dudes got tested I was pissed.  I'm sure Coaches Kelly and Saban aren't particularly pleased about that.

Notre Dame was gonna get skull fucked no matter if those players were on anything or not.

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14 hours ago, Siouxphan27 said:

Why are you so defensive about it?  

Plenty of time has passed for the smoke to clear as you say, but we are still left with two completely contradictory statements by the family and su.  While you may think Brock just got a bad batch of Folgers crystals, others think that excuse just doesn’t add up. 

As more time goes on and no effort is made to clear up the confusion, the situation just looks more and more fishy to the neutral observer. 

Don't worry- the game will still be played this fall as long as ndsu doesn’t get the death penalty from the NCAA. 

Lol.  Casting dispursions, trying to cast doubt, lynch party mentality, smacks more of sore losers and child like whining.  Not at all like the foundation of a strong legal case. Don’t just whine and point fingers, quit the game, stand on your principals, show your own integrity and this wouldn’t look like a festival of sore losers.  If the NCAA is offended enough they will act. After all this is the home of the Hawks, not the Sioux. 

 

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3 hours ago, Milo said:

Lol.  Casting dispursions, trying to cast doubt, lynch party mentality, smacks more of sore losers and child like whining.  Not at all like the foundation of a strong legal case. Don’t just whine and point fingers, quit the game, stand on your principals, show your own integrity and this wouldn’t look like a festival of sore losers.  If the NCAA is offended enough they will act. After all this is the home of the Hawks, not the Sioux. 

 

Yet, you and several newly registered bison fans are the ones here, on a UND website, falling for everything said hook, line, and sinker. That is the absolutely hilarious part. 

Please use a dictionary every once and a awhile. 

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Is there no one willing to listen to this on Bison forums? I can’t wrap my arms around the type of people who purposely spend their time agruing and insulting folks.....

this has provided for some interesting posts and it certainly has united Sioux fans.....

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9 hours ago, geaux_sioux said:

Notre Dame was gonna get skull fucked no matter if those players were on anything or not.

They gave up 10 points with their starting defense on the field. When 15% of the opposing team is failing drug tests, makes you wonder...

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