If Clemson knows how three football players suspended for playoff games came into contact with the performance-enhancing drug ostarine or if the problem was more widespread, it is not saying. And probably will never say.
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Clemson emails obtained by The Post and Courier via a public records request show how school officials sought to find out how three football players tested positive for the illegal performance-enhancing drug ostarine before the Cotton Bowl.