USNA player reportedly fails drug test
A freshly posted article in the newspaper NavyTimes says a Naval Academy football player has been allowed to remain at the school after testing positive for drugs, citing unnamed sources and web accounts.
The story says the player smoked a cigar packed with both tobacco and marijuana, then told authorities he didn't know he had smoked pot.
Academy spokesman Cmdr. Joe Carpenter told me he could not confirm or refute the account, citing privacy regulations, but he said the academy has a zero-tolerance policy toward drugs.
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