From a team including Mu J-School alum Nate Carlisle, a school-by-school look at athletic drug testing opens with a bang:
When an athlete at the University of Idaho failed a drug test nearly three years ago and became one of the few collegians caught cheating with performance-enhancing drugs, something remarkable happened:
He was not publicly identified or ruled ineligible. He was not banned from competition. He was not even suspended.
Instead, he faced only continued periodic testing over the next year, according to school records, and was required to enroll in a university counseling program. The school "encouraged" him to notify his parents.
The complete breakdown by school is available here.
Monday, November 19, 2007
Great New FOI-Driven Series on NCAA Drug Testing
Posted by National Freedom of Information Coalition at 8:42 PM
Labels: FOI at work, NCAA
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