Don Corleone explains the revisions to Georgia’s drug-testing policies.
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Smokeless tobacco is included in the substance abuse policy….WTF. I hope smokeless tobacco doesn’t have the same consequences as illegal drugs.
So what I hear you saying there Greg, is that Rambo and Ogletree are both gone for multiple games. No worries! Confidential is confidential. Got it.
“Well, hell’s bells Margaret, I didn’t know that was a secret”
If I were an outsider looking at this news, I’d assume that Georgia was sick of having to suspend players they don’t want to suspend and don’t want to be slaves to media reports anymore.
while not glacial, the transformation into a “florida style” program is happening slowly.
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I would much rather them keep things quiet. You can still punish the players without damaging the reputation of the program or the school
“Employees who improperly release such information are subject to discipline up to and including termination of employment,” it states.
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“I knew it was you Fredo” fits nicely here, no?
They had to change the rule to make leaking a player’s drug test results illegal? Really?!? Isn’t that already illegal under several dozen other rules? More legislation is always the answer, huh?
Yeah, I would think HIPPA had that covered already. I guess you have to spell everything out these days.
“Violating team rules”means what we think it means
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