So using your logic we should just shut up and take Grier's word that it was an OTC. Hmmm......what happens if he's lying?
Yes I am being sarcastic but there is a reason. Play within the rules you have no problems. Play outside the rules your ass is ripe for scrutiny.
I'm pretty sure the NCAA could tell what the chemical was and if you could buy it at GNC etc. It doesn't matter if he was lying or telling the truth the kid will serve a 1 year suspension. I think that is harsh even if he was taking "Juice". As a first time offender in the NFL they may only get 4 games and they're being paid millions of dollars. In College Football the NCAA and Schools are making Billions of Dollars off of these kids and they show zero mercy. He made a mistake.....should there be a punishment? Yes! I think it should be around 4-6 Games and he be put under some sort of probation and more random drug screening. To just say go away for the next year because he tested positive for something that could be over the counter is harsh.