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Our Apologies To Bong-Ripping Football Players In Washington And Colorado, But Marijuana Decriminalization Won’t Change NFL Or NCAA Drug Policy
Are you in high school? Good at sports? Love getting high? Well, you were almost in luck. After Colorado and Washington passed ballot measures Tuesday night approving the decriminalization of marijuana, it seemed that your college experience had the potential to be equal parts Tyrann Mathieu and Tyrann Mathieu. But the ultimate college dream is not to be.
Dick Vitale wanted answers for UAB and VCU’s tournament inclusion, and Gene Smith, chair of the selection committee, offered an explanation—just not a good one.
The conference realignment implosion of the last few days was a little tiring. While not as landscape altering as the destruction of the Big XII, it’s still worth noting that Boise State has accepted an invitation to join the Mountain West Conference at the beginning of the 2011 season:
It’s no secret that the landscape of college athletics is about to change thanks to conference expansion plans – only no one really knows what these plans are. But yesterday, Orangebloods.com reported that the first domino is about to fall – and if they’re right, it would be massive.