Once again, a player for one of the largest college football programs in the U.S. has run into legal problems for pot possession. Perhaps, NCAA football should take a page out of the National Football League’s playbook. Last year, Brandon Taylor was removed from the roster “due to a violation of team rules.” He was later charged with cannabis possession after university police found a grinder in his dorm room. Just move on from this and do the right thing and let the players make the choice. There’s no secret that players smoke marijuana.” Subscribe to Weekend Dispensary, a new weekly newsletter from The GrowthOp.
Perhaps, NCAA football should take a page out of the National Football League’s playbook.
The NFL, which loosened its pot policies last year, is now studying the potential of cannabinoids as an alternative to opioid-based painkillers, putting data and science behind a practice that players have claimed has helped treat their aches, pains and anxiety for years.
That practice doesn’t just start at the top level of football, though. Once again, a player for one of the largest college football programs...
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