A Canadian task force has come out with several recommendations aimed at reducing the use of performance-enhancing drugs such as anabolic steroids in college football. The task force was created in response to the steroid scandal at the University of Waterloo. The scandal resulted in the largest steroid investigation in the history of Canadian college football by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES).
The task force apparently is intent on promoting a culture of snitching in order to combat the culture of doping in college sports. One of the top recommendations involves the establishment of a “snitch line” that players and coaches can call anonymously and rat out players who may be using steroids. [Read more...]