Football Coach Sells Steroids To Player

February 5, 2010 / Athletic AdministrationFootball
The mother of a football player on the Stone Memorial High School (Tenn.) team, claims assistant football coach Jim Wilson sold her son steriods but told the player they were supplements. After taking the pills, the player suffered from headaches, chest pains and violent mood swings. Wilson eventually confessed to a school resource officer and assistant principal that the pills were steroids. The mother has filed a lawsuit.

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