more fuel for the trolls.
But that's quite a lot of consequences for having your windows tinted. sounds like a dwb to me. so the ann arbor news continues its fight against the home team. I see this all happened in april. it's august now.
that if a guy shows up in my hotel room drunk and on steroids (while I'm watching porn), then I'm putting him over a chair and having sex with him. And really, is that rape by me, or just bad judgment by the guy who drank too much and took steroids?"
your lame for bringing up something when you've got the argument all backwards
a f*ing newspaper once in your f*ing life.
bring it on.
I made several arguments and none of them are represented by what you just wrote.
1. Bodily harm is a more reasonable standard to file criminal charges.
2. Rape consists of bodily harm. Unless you're tearing up bgh's cornhole because that's like throwing a hotdog down a hallway.
3. Kobe Bryant was NOT found guilty, biatch
4. Being drunk does not imply you intended to do what you did
5. THEREFORE kevin grady is NOT an ax murderer.
In fact, I was arguing the exact opposite of what you are implying I believe.
WAY TO MISS THE POINT moron.
so, do you want to discuss this for the next 70 posts? Then lets go. if not, then learn to read and GTFO.
The article looks like it has a lot of holes.
the Ann Arbor news mentioned the fact that he was not rehired by Rich Rod and Barwis. This all revolves around the Carr era.
Fucking Ann Arbor news!
It definitely reflects poorly on Biggs, but it doesn't sound as if there is any link between him and the program now, and when there was, that doesn't mean Gittelson or whoever was giving him steroids.
is that the article mentions that Biggs is likely working with other former U-M athletes in the U-M weight room. You don't want that kind of aura around your weightroom, former player or not.
I'd suggest a trip to the weightroom, Barwis era. The only aura you'll find there is fresh crushed cherry juice, and chocolate milk.
the guy only had a bag of 50 pills. do you think he was doling them out to the guys he was working out with? or is it more likely he was just taking them himself?
and on a side note, how prevalent do you all think steroid use is in college football? do you think less than 1% of college football players use them, or is it more like 20% or what?
you need help. nevermind. you're more entertaining this way.
id say closer to 30% there are many many types of steriods, not all are tested for, and some are very close to being on shelves at gnc.
Stanozol (winstrol) is a prescription only drug approved by the FDA. It doesn't bulk people up, but rather is used in the cutting phase to lose fat without sacrificing lean muscle.
A lot of people in Big 12 country insist that the reason Nebraska declined after Tom Osborne retired was that his replacement, Frank Solich, refused to look the other way when it came to steroid use.
Biggs flopped on his NFL chance because of his smaller size for his position and he was trying to overcome an injury. Those are 2 reasons that many athletes make the poor choice of steroids.