txtiger21 LSU Fan Dallas, TX Member since Jul 2010 248 posts
re: Bama players used banned substance on 1/9? (Posted on 1/29/13 at 3:24 pm to catnip)
IGF-1 is a very potent growth factor that could make quite a difference in an athletes performance. But the bigger problem is the fact that college educated kids are falling for "negative ion water" "holographic stickers" and blowing wizards for magic beans.
re: Bama players used banned substance on 1/9? (Posted on 1/29/13 at 8:14 pm to Jizzy08)
quote: 'd like to think that IGF1 still wouldn't be able to give anyone a competitive advantage by using it the weekend of the game.
Something just seemed to be odd since Nick got there. He wanted Moffit bad when he got to Bama. So we have one of the best strength coaches in America and Bama just looks to be too strong for our guys to move at the line of scrimmage. it is obvious.
Jizzy08 Nicholls St. Fan Prairieville, Louisiana Member since Aug 2008 3878 posts
re: Bama players used banned substance on 1/9? (Posted on 1/29/13 at 9:52 pm to Nick Papa Georgio)
Totally agree. I'm no expert but I do have a biology degree which means I know a little. IGF1 would've done nothing to change the outcome. Only thing it possibly could've done was give them a confidence booster.