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With those states legalizing Mary Jane, will they be able to spin that to a recruiting advantage?
This post was edited by Farmy75 17 months ago
Talk about unethical by the coaches, but I could see it being an unspoken advantage. Honestly. It won't be a big factor though.
Won't be a factor. Not like college kids have a hard time getting it anyway..
Might be leagalized in those states, but I would say the student-athletes will still have to pass drug tests (including the chronic).
If that turns into a recruiting advantage we need to build our new recruiting offices at Wild Turkey Distillery
No advantage because its still a federal violation. Its been legal in California as long as you have a card and trust me everyone can get a card from what I've heard. This is still an illegal substance and they will be tested for it, plus I don't think the Universities in Colorado will even allow other students to use let a lone their athletes.
Lets see, it could be an advantage recruiting those guys that want to partake, but if half the team is sleeping and the other half eating, you won't have to worry about playing them too much.
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