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NCAA Makes Move On Marijuana!

he NCAA is a juggernaut in world of sports. Now they are considering a change in their marijuana policy.

NCAA Announces More Lenient Policies For Cannabis Use Among College Athletes

An NCAA student-athlete may test positive for marijuana three times and not lose eligibility.

Universities Worry Athletes Might Partner With Marijuana Brands

Considering that concussions and CTE is a major issue in football moving forward, universities shouldn’t be so wary of a potential cannabis partnership.

Marijuana Testing Is Shifting In College Football Finally

From the outside looking in, college football players suffer the harshest drug testing for marijuana when it comes to the top sports leagues in the country. But the collegiate sport is unlike any other because of which institutions actually hold power when it comes to handing out punishments.

NCAA Denies Football Player CBD Oil For Epilepsy 

When it comes to sports leagues testing athletes for cannabis, the NCAA is generally regarded as the strictest and harshest.

How Each Of America’s Sports Leagues Test For Marijuana

Each sports leagues test for marijuana with a different credence. Some operate under strict guidelines with harsh punishments and others with nonchalance.
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