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November 19, 2006


The Naval Academy waited more than two months to give urinalysis tests to five football players who'd been implicated in a steroid-use investigation early last year.

When the tests came back negative, the midshipmen - including a starter who'd admitted to taking dozens of pills - were cleared to play last year. Two other players who'd tested positive for steroids in a test administered through the National Collegiate Athletic Association were banned from the team for the 2005 season, as required by the NCAA.


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