Found November 07, 2012 on Next Impulse Sports:
The University of Colorado Boulder once had a storied football program and continually found themselves in the national conversation before a Sexual Violence scandal rocked the school in 2004. Having been heavily sanctioned, the Buffaloes have struggled to compete on a national level ever since. Is there a ray of hope for the Buffaloes in the form of a hemp leaf? With the legalization of marijuana in Colorado on Tuesday, (keep in mind we have yet to see how this will play out federally) a door may have been opened for football to make a comeback in Colorado. Now not all college football player desire to smoke marijuana, and I am certain none of them would call it ‘smoking marijuana.’ I am also certain the NCAA will not make any exceptions on their drug use and abuse policies with regards to Colorado student athletes. That being said, legalizing weed gives Colorado a recruiting advantage. The fact of the matter is young athletes often like to smoke weed. In fact we published a great ...
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