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Been a rough month...
You keep calling me dumb - but you actually believe the Players buying this stuff in secret hotel rooms and off campus away from the university, who knows this stuff is a PED is innocent.
Whose really stupid here ( not sure why I'm wasting my breath - you cannot comprehend the English language anyway - the Finebaum show is a decent snapshot of the Bama fanbase)
Your mental ability to think logically is masked by psychopathic fandom.
We laugh at your denial and look upon you with disgusts that taking PED's to win is acceptable behavior in your football culture.
No I'm calling you dumb because you actually believe IGF in spray form gives steroid like results. Even though, one of the industries leading doctor (in the exact field of human growth hormone) has said IGF in spray format does nothing.....you still believe it does. GTFO
You are simply butthurt about getting your ass stomped earlier this month by this Bama team and then finding out your star player can't get laid by real girls.
10 Major Poll National Titles (CFB record)
35 Bowl Wins (CFB record)
72 Wins over last 6 years (CFB record)
Jesus dude, you lost. It's okay, it happens. Just take it like a man. You sound like a such a little girl when you make excuses.
I'm sure the talent Bama recruits year in and out can account for the wins. Again, no one failed a drug test.
So basically, placebo is responsible for the size/endurance of Bama players. Amirite?
Cheating cheating, imo.
This post was edited by TylerDD 18 months ago
More for Leppycole (aka "idiot")
"It occurs naturally in the body and is actually produced as a result of the increased presence of human growth hormone, one of the performance enhancers allegedly used by cyclist Lance Armstrong.
Dozens of websites advertise deer antler spray or pills with claims of delivering IGF-1 and subsequent benefits like muscle growth and increased energy. But Dean Nieves of Florida-based Bio Lab Naturals said it is disingenuous to make such claims.
“IGF-1 is very unstable,” said Nieves, whose company sells the spray under the Bio Protein Technology brand. “It could not exist outside of a very controlled environment. And when you order bottles of deer antler extract, it's not coming in a freeze-dried case.”"
"There's no way to deliver insulin-like growth factor one in a spray," said Charles Yesalis, who built a reputation as one of the foremost voices on [performance-enhancing drugs] during a 20-year career as a health and sport science professor at Penn State. "That's just nonsense that the people marketing it say so doofuses buy and use it.""
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