Colorado State Football 2012: Apparent Drug Usage Adds To CSU's Issues

Information regarding the possible usage of anabolic steroids and marijuana was included in the police report filed regarding a fight earlier this month involving Colorado State football players, as The Reporter Herald's Mike Brohard reports. The school is aware of the report, the details of which were outlined by Brohard in his article.


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While the fight involving Rams players Mike Orakpo, Colton Paulhus and Nordly Capi was already considered a major issue, the revelations regarding possession of anabolic steroids, marijuana and paraphernalia only compound the situation.

All three players are already suspended indefinitely by head coach Jim McElwain, the stiffest action he said he was able to take. Already now we're seeing the Rams' new coach take on some of the unique challenges that come with being the head coach of a major college football program.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Denver. For more coverage of CSU football, head over to Mountain West Connection. And for more from around the world of college football, visit SB Nation's NCAA football news hub.

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