Think the outfits that NFL cheerleaders already wear are sexy? Wait until you see what the ladies have been wearing on the field in the past few years for Halloween weekend (coming up this Sunday in case you lost your calendar). Do you have a favorite?
If you get caught smoking weed, you’ll get kicked off the football team, right? So what should you do, not smoke week? Of course not! Instead, find a synthetic alternative that has lots of chemicals in it (commonly known as cannabinoids) that give you a marijuana-like high, without the actually taking the risk of buying and smoking the illegal weed. Probably solved you half-baked morons.
Only this fake marijuana is actually more dangerous than the real thing (read this real fast like a TV commercial: side effects may include convulsions, anxiety attacks, dangerously elevated heart rates, increased blood pressure, vomiting and disorientation) and at least one young college athlete has died as a result of taking it. So, the NCAA added synthetic cannabinoids to its banned class of street drugs in August and some schools have been testing for it . . . like LSU, which just found out that three players (including two starters) tested positive and will miss at least Saturday’s game against Auburn.
Missing the game and likely getting drunk at home this weekend will be cornerbacks Tyrann Mathieu and Tharold Simon and tailback Spencer Ware.
Really? You live in a country were drug gang executions are a daily occurrence and you think it’s cute to re-enact one to celebrate scoring a goal in a soccer game? Maybe Chad Ochocinco should celebrate a touchdown by pretending to be a plane and flying into two teammates acting as New York skyscrapers?
Here’s the basics of the story from the LA Times (video below):
Did a Mexican pro soccer player cross a line when he celebrated a goal by pretending to shoot a fellow teammate in the head? That’s how Guadalajara star Marco Fabian marked his first of three goals on Saturday in the Chivas’ 5-2 win over crosstown squad Estudiantes Tecos. He stopped before teammate Alberto Medina, pointed his finger and mimicked the cocking of a pistol, and then “fired” at Medina, who played along by falling back onto the turf as if executed by a gunshot to the head.