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Part Three of Sports Illustrated Investigation into OSU Football: "The Drugs"

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The third part of a Sports Illustrated investigative report into allegations of misconduct within Oklahoma State University's football program was released Thursday morning.

This part, titled "The Drugs," focuses on "the team's usage of marijuana and altered standards for top-ranked players" as discussed by former Cowboys, the magazine states.

Read: Sports Illustrated Investigation: "The Drugs"

The magazine quotes a former player, Donnell Williams, as saying "drugs were everywhere." Other former players, the magazine states, agreed that it was common for players to smoke weed before games.

Former defensive end William Bell is quoted in the article saying he was a "borderline pothead" when he arrived at OSU as a freshman and found he wasn't alone. The article also states that Bell said he began selling marijuana, making between $300 to $400 a week.

Part One of the SI investigation delved into players allegedly receiving money for plays and work they didn't complete, while Part Two outlined alleged academic misconduct by players and officials.

Read: Part Two of Sports Illustrated Article Reveals Academic Misconduct at OSU

Part Four, titled "The Sex," is scheduled to be released on Friday and according to the magazine, plans to detail a small group of women in Orange Pride having sex with recruits.

 

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