No... you're kidding me right?
It just goes to show you that it doesn't matter where you went to school, issues of character can affect anyone.
A source in Florida with knowledge of the client list of Signature Pharmacy, an Orlando-based compound pharmacy, alleges that between September 2003 and May 2004, multiple shipments of nandrolone and testosterone were sent to Glaus at a Corona, Calif., address that traces to the player. Though the information only pertains to receipt and not actual use of steroids, both nandrolone and testosterone were on Major League Baseball's banned list at the time.
Glaus, then with the Angels, missed much of the 2003 season with a tear in his right rotator cuff and frayed labrum and underwent season-ending shoulder surgery after attempting a comeback in 2004.
There must be some mistake right? I mean he went to ucla, the last bastion of character and morals.
Wait...let me guess he was getting them for a friend right?? That would then be considered distribution. Far worse if you ask me. Of course he took them just McGuire and Bonds took them. So I guess that makes him a cheater right?
Maybe he got them from Current ucla strength and conditioning coach E. J. Kreis was hired by Dorrell despite his 1985 conviction for drug dealing. Kreis was a central player in the biggest steroids scandal in college football...
Of course it's silly to paint the school as lacking character and morals because of what alum did years after leaving said institution or because of someone's past.
I could care less, as baseball died for me a long time ago. Having attended Ripkin's tying and record setting games that was the last great baseball experience I have had, there is nothing in baseball that makes it fun anymore.
Who'd I miss?
ucla has had its share of bad behavior...like I said it just goes to show you. It can happen to anyone affiliated with any program, but does it matter?