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NFL isn't buying it either. Cushing was widely reputed to be roided up in college- so this wasn't a surprise to anyone.
 

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"Overtrained Athlete Syndrome"? Uh huh.
 

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I'll just say this. He looks sort of feminine in that picture in the boston globe and is sporting some serious ***** tits in that picture above on the left.

Maybe he does have some sort of hormone problem. This of course doesn't rule out using steroids as well.
 

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Coolhand said:
NFL isn't buying it either. Cushing was widely reputed to be roided up in college- so this wasn't a surprise to anyone.
Maybe the NFL isn't buying his story but I just love that 4 game suspension (a quarter of the regular season). So if this is a suspension without pay, he may have to let go of his dream of buying that 5th car he always wanted.
Contrast that to a cyclist getting 2 years and you can safely say that the cyclist is royally scr3wd.
 

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mohair_chair said:
Don't laugh. I have suffered from Undertrained Athlete Syndrome for almost six years.

How bad do you have it? Think you could win the Tour of the Catskills for the Cat 5's?
 

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mohair_chair said:
Don't laugh. I have suffered from Undertrained Athlete Syndrome for almost six years.
I suffer from ESI (excessive Skittles Indulgence).

The effects include: Rapid weight gain, a large desire to nap after heavy consumption and seeing rainbows on a regular basis (even when there is no rain). This has been very detrimental in my ability to climb hills and has led to decreased performance in big events :mad2:
 

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Dwayne Barry said:
I'll just say this. He looks sort of feminine in that picture in the boston globe and is sporting some serious ***** tits in that picture above on the left...
LOL- that was my first thought as well... and then I thought "who's this other dude?" :lol:
 

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MG537 said:
Maybe the NFL isn't buying his story but I just love that 4 game suspension (a quarter of the regular season). So if this is a suspension without pay, he may have to let go of his dream of buying that 5th car he always wanted.
Contrast that to a cyclist getting 2 years and you can safely say that the cyclist is royally scr3wd.
Collectively bargained, alas. Worse was when a doper made the Pro-Bowl the year of his suspension. :mad:
 

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Sherpa23 said:
How bad do you have it? Think you could win the Tour of the Catskills for the Cat 5's?
Lets not get crazy now. . . :)
 

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once again showing

if the NFL allowed UCI doping control and punishment they'd have no league
 

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if the NFL allowed UCI doping control and punishment they'd have no league
They'd have a league. You just wouldn't find too many guys who are 6'4", weigh 255 pounds, run legit 4.6 40 yard dashes, squat 1000+, and bench press 500+.

Cycling gets all the bad publicity, and I'm fine with that because I'd like to see the sport clean, but frankly it is probably a cleaner sport than most these days.
 

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Cycling gets all the bad publicity, and I'm fine with that because I'd like to see the sport clean, but frankly it is probably a cleaner sport than most these days.
I agree. Personally, I think they should allow roids back in cycling to avoid such sissy fights like the one in this year's TdF and Cadel's slap fight. I wanna see riders get pissed and really start fights, snap their bikes in half when they have a mechanical, or at leas throw their TT bike when the crosswinds are annoying them.
 
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