The NCAA’s Drug Problem

March 19, 2015 8:44 PM

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The NCAA’s Drug Problem

Antidoping advocates have long criticized the inconsistent and opaque nature of drug testing in college sports.

It’s a school-by-school patchwork of policies and penalties: A first-time steroid infraction would bench a Florida player for half the season but cost a Texas A&M player only a single game. Private schools such as Vanderbilt, meanwhile, aren’t required to share their drug-testing policies with anyon...

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