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TCU's Davis Reportedly Has Positive Steroid Test

September 12, 1997|Associated Press

Texas Christian University starting tackle Greg Davis won't be playing for the Horned Frogs this season after reportedly testing positive for steroids during a random NCAA drug test. TCU Coach Pat Sullivan confirmed that Davis was suspended permanently and taken off scholarship, but declined to say why. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported Thursday that the 6-foot-4, 292-pound junior was suspended because he tested positive for steroids during a drug test two weeks ago. . . . Turning down about 60 schools, Seth Trimmer, a 6-4 quarterback at Crescent Valley (Ore.) High, has decided to stay in Corvallis to play for new Coach Mike Riley at Oregon State. . . . Louisiana State apparently will play its Southeastern Conference opener against Mississippi State without leading rusher Kevin Faulk, who suffered a hamstring injury in the season-opening 55-3 victory over Texas El Paso last Saturday. Faulk did not participate in Wednesday's practice and under LSU Coach Gerry DiNardo's rules will not play.

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