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Former Michigan Player Says Teammates Were Stoned During ASU Loss PDF Print
Written by Staff Reports   
Tuesday, 21 August 2012 11:03

Fox Sports Charlotte is reporting that a former Michigan football player is claiming that nearly half of the team was stoned when they were upset by Appalachian State in 2007, according to ChatSports.

The former player told ChatSports reporter Ace Williams that several defensive starters and a few key offensive players partied the night before the game and smoked marijuana hours before the game began. 
The player told Williams they wanted to "see how bad we can beat 'em up if we are stoned."  The player also told ChatSports that the team rarely participated in voluntary off-season workouts and a lot of the players were really into the party scene. 
The source also said the player that made the biggest "mistake" during the game was one of the people that smoked pot before kickoff. Ultimately, leading to the one of biggest upsets in NCAA football history. 


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