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October 4, 2009 12:00 AM

Painkiller injections common in college football

Needles get stuck into Gamecocks, Clemson Tigers, Citadel Bulldogs and players from colleges all around the country every Saturday. The use of painkiller injections, however, is seldom discussed, and almost completely unmonitored by the NCAA.

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