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Drug scandal brewing in Auburn?

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07:35 PM ET 04.04 | An ESPN investigation alleges that at least a dozen Auburn Tigers on the 2010 national championship team failed drug tests for synthetic marijuana. Running back Michael Dyer was among one of the dozen, and admitted later on that he was a chronic user. Both head coach Gene Chizik and athletic director Jay Jacobs reportedly knew of the positive drug tests but punished no one and kept results secret. One imprisoned Tiger stated that "half the team" used the drug.

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April 4, 2013  07:47 PM ET

Wow, quite a few negative articles about Auburn the last couple of days!!!!!!

April 4, 2013  11:20 PM ET
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Wow, quite a few negative articles about Auburn the last couple of days!!!!!!

no kidding. if even half of this stuff is true i'd give them the death penalty. of course, they are in the sec, so this all sounds par for the course.

April 5, 2013  12:16 AM ET

SEC! SEC! SEC!

 
April 5, 2013  09:51 AM ET

i HEAR THE AVERAGE AGE OF AN SEC FRESHMAN IS 24 YEARS OLD- BY THAT TIME IT'S HARD TO BREAK THEIR OLD HABITS.

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