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Special Report on Oklahoma State Football: Part 3 -- The Drugs

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Drug use among college athletes often mirrors that of the student body. Division I football programs, however, have developed different policies and programs to deal with drug use by players. The makeup of those programs and policies and how they are applied can be revealing. Oklahoma State had one of the nation’s more lenient policies — yet the Cowboys still abused it. (Sports Illustrated)

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