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Dabo Swinney Says Clemson May Have Given Suspended Players Banned Substance By Mistake

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Dabo Swinney says Clemson may have given suspended players contaminated supplements
(Feb 2019) The three Clemson football players suspended for the Tigers’ 2018 College Football Playoff run may have been issued performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) by the team, coach Dabo Swinney . contact with

Dabo Swinney says Clemson may have unknowingly given Dexter Lawrence PEDs
(Feb 2019) Clemson defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence was one of three football players who tested positive for ostarine, a banned performance-enhancing drug, and were suspended for both the College Football

Clemson’s Dabo Swinney says college may have given players banned drug by mistake
(Feb 2019) But as the program continues to appeal the suspensions, head coach Dabo Swinney acknowledged it could have come . supplement may contain a banned substance not listed due to poor manufacturing pract

Dabo Swinney says Clemson may have accidentally given three suspended players banned drug
(Feb 2019) Three Clemson players tested positive for a banned substance last season. Coach Dabo Swinney said it’s possibl

Dabo Swinney says Clemson may have mistakingly given football players banned substances
(Feb 2019) Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney says there are any number of possible ways for three of his football players to have consumed banned . a substance provided through the university may have

Dabo Swinney Admits Clemson May Have Accidentally Given Players Banned Substance
(Feb 2019) Head coach Dabo Swinney admitted there’s a chance Clemson university may have accidentally given their players a banned substance just prior to the Cotton Bowl on Dec. 29. Dexter Lawrence, Braden Gall

Dabo Swinney: Clemson may have given players banned substance
(Feb 2019) More than a month after three Clemson players were suspended . Tigers coach Dabo Swinney told reporters from the Charleston Post and Courier that nothing has been ruled out – including the possibili