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Clemson, Ole Miss, Purdue and UCLA are the only universities among the nation's...

Clemson, Ole Miss, Purdue and UCLA are the only universities among the nation's automatic-qualifying Bowl Championship Series conference schools that do not require a member of its football team to miss any playing time after two positive drug tests, a FanHouse investigative study discovered. However, six universities – Baylor, Cincinnati, Georgia, Kentucky, Miami and Virginia Tech -- have a much stricter policy, suspending its players at least one game for a first positive drug test.

This report released by FanHouse points out that Georgia has the strictest drug policy in the SEC (tied with Kentucky). Georgia and Kentucky are also the only two SEC schools to mete out any punishment at all for the first drug offense. It also points out an... ahem... "potentially significant factor" in Jeremiah Masoli's decision to transfer to Ole Miss.
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