Widespread Drug Use At Major College Football Program

Former Oklahoma State football players say many players were using drugs and there were drug dealers on the team. Those with a drug addiction should contact a professional detox center like Harbor Village and get the 24/7 medically supervised assistance needed for recovery.

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"Anyone can become the victim of a drug dependency. Seek the care you deserve at a certified detox center before it's too late," said Robert Niznik, Harbor Village CEO.

Miami, Florida (PRWEB) September 17, 2013

According to ESPN.com (9/13) in their news story, Report: OK St. had drug issues, that former Oklahoma State football players have said that according to Sports Illustrated, drug use was rampant at the college, that the team usually had dealers on the team and that the school allowed star players to remain eligible even after they received positive drug tests.

Drug abusers from all walks of life can receive private drug treatment provided by Harbor Village, a premier detox center located in Miami, Florida. Harbor Village enables each client to experience 24/7 medically supervised detoxification in an upscale, state-of-the art environment. From day one, each client experiences luxury accommodations including a private and semi-private suites with satellite television, over an acre of scenic outdoor lounge area, spa, salon, massage and acupuncture services, nutritious, gourmet dining, limo pickup and transportation to anywhere in Florida and a personalized program designed for each client's specific substance abuse issue.

As stated in Report: OK St. had drug issues, "Drugs were everywhere," said Donnell Williams, an OSU linebacker in 2006, who said he didn't use drugs himself, according to SI.com.

"[Against] teams we knew we were going to roll, a couple of guys would get high," Calvin Mickens, a cornerback at Oklahoma State from 2005 to 2007. "Some of the guys, [it] didn't matter what game it was, they were going to get high."

Sports Illustrated states that three former players admitted that they dealt drugs in the 2001, 2004 and 2006 seasons, while others said former teammates dealt drugs during seven other seasons.

In 2009, wide receiver Bo Bowling was arrested and charged with felony possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, misdemeanor charges of possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Police had found more than 100 grams of marijuana, Xanax and ephedrine.

"Anyone can become the victim of a drug dependency. Seek the care you deserve at a certified detox center before it's too late," said Robert Niznik, Harbor Village CEO.

For more information, visit: http://harborvillageflorida.com/ or call the 24/7 hotline at 1-855-338-6900.

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