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Key said he sold about 20 bottles of deer-antler spray to LSU players before the regular-season meeting with Alabama that year.
 

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True or not, this guy is obviously taking advantage of free publicity.
 

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what the heck is Deer Antler spray?
From the article...
"You're familiar with HGH, correct? It's converted in the liver to IGF-1," Key explained, according to the Sports Illustrated report. "IGF-1, or insulin-like growth factor, is a natural, anabolic hormone that stimulates muscle growth. We have deer that we harvest out of New Zealand. Their antlers are the fastest-growing substance on planet Earth ... because of the high concentration of IGF-1.

"We've been able to freeze dry that out, extract it, put it in a sublingual spray that you shake for 20 seconds and then spray three [times] under your tongue. ... This stuff has been around for almost 1,000 years, this is stuff from the Chinese," Key said, according to the magazine.
 

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So stupid, they should just let them use synthetic version so that dummies don't go rippin' deer horns off when they could be using a synthetic version that does the same thing.
 

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Didnt some scientist come out and say it is scientifically impossible to take IGF-1 via spray?
yes.

and yet SEC football players ( who will NEVER be mistaken for Mensa members ) continue to purchase/provide testimonials ( prolly paid to do so )

imagine that. HAHA.
 

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Didnt some scientist come out and say it is scientifically impossible to take IGF-1 via spray?
yes.

and yet SEC football players ( who will NEVER be mistaken for Mensa members ) continue to purchase/provide testimonials ( prolly paid to do so )

imagine that. HAHA.
Ok. That just makes this whole thing hilarious. Who cares if Ray Lewis or any other players have used this product. This whole 'Ray Lewis used a banned substance' this is a moot point!

Someone needs to be looking out for these kids and keep them from being duped.
 

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In a perfect world it would contain some mutagenic retrovirus that rewrites their DNA and turns them into half-deer, half-man hybrids.

 

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He never failed a drug test because it's only detectable via blood testing, which the NFL does not currently use.
Interesting. I guess I just assumed if it's already on the NFL's banned substance list, they'd have a way to check for it.

I loved the advert earlier saying how they use New Zealand antlers, and it's an ancient Chinese technique. How did the Chinese get Antlers from New Zealand?
 

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