Another school, another athletic director that is “shocked” to find that his athletes are using steroids.Â Further, he is shocked to learn that one of his players is not only using, but selling them to other athletes on the team!
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KBOI) – College of Southern Idaho baseball player Billy-Bob Ward was arrested on felony charges for allegedly selling anabolic steroids to several of his Golden Eagle teammates.
The 21-year-old Las Vegas native, just finished up his sophomore season at CSI. The arrest was the culmination of an Idaho State Police investigation, and resulted in three felony counts of delivery of a controlled substance.
College of Southern Idaho Athletic Director Joel Bate was clearly shocked by the news.
“We’re obviously disappointed. We are embarrassed, but we are going to educate ourselves, and our staff. To educated our teams, to set up testing now that this is a reality that we never thought was a reality,” said Bate.
The College of Southern Idaho, like most junior college programs, does not require steroid testing, but does have a recreational drug test in place.Social tagging: anabolic steroids > banned substances > cheat > football > illegal > jail > steroids