"Snake Oil Salesmen" is definitely the apt description for these two guys selling this stuff.
Bama 901-317-44 73.1% On the field
25 SEC CHAMPIONSHIPS
This is a non-story, it's only out there because Ray Lewis is in the Super Bowl/retiring, and I guess in part because a lot of people think he got away with murder. Alabama is part of it because they're Alabama, this guy is obviously trying to peddling to any football program he can, but he's not going to brag about these other schools because no one cares.
On another note, come to Alabama because they'll give you magical deer juice and you'll become a giant muscular beast without having to work out. You'll also both become impossible to tackle and unable to miss tackles. No practice required.
"Everybody that chooses to go to the game should stay there and support the team for the game." - Nick Saban
"This is how it should be every game, every home game... the fans were just amazing". - Kevin Norwood on 2013 LSU game
"Four, five-star recruits are in Tuscaloosa, and then they see a stadium start emptying out at halftime"
A bozo, or snake-oil salesman selling magic antler spray needs an incredibly stupid target to sell anything. I'm stunned at the report saying there were 20 such Bama players.
What most bothers me, besides bozo having access to our players, is that one way of looking at the antler spray is it can be seen as an easy way to cheat. I would have hoped that factor alone would have kept any Bama players from wanting to hear this guy out, much less buy his product.
I figured it out! Mitch Ross is Emmett Otter's dad! He's really not dead! Someone tell Emmett and his mom! (someone will get that)...
he states that Bama used it against UGA in 2008 and UGA used it against Bama in SECCG this year... sd it's natural and unable to be banned. Antler velvet- Your body produces this naturally. Synthetically produced IGF1 is banned but this guy claims his product is natural. Interesting interview- will link it soon. Not FDA approved or legitimized. Also sd that the "chips" are banned- whatever that means.
Last edited by rolltideface; January 30th, 2013 at 10:17 AM.
Makes sense- huh? He said that IGF1 is in steaks and other proteins. I don't get the antler velvet part either.
No matter how "young" we think they are, at some point these college kids need to use their brains and stop meeting with these types of people (especially when your university has already sent him more then one C&D order).