I am not looking for a conpiracy or to get any program into trouble, just simply looking for the facts and what is wrong with the testing proceedures. If I was looking to get a program into trouble, this would be aimed towards LSU or Auburn... especially Auburn. However, I am simply looking for the facts and the issues to be able to come to an informed decision on ways to make it more efficient and fair across the board.
The timing of the test is too benificial to the coaches to have been scheduled by anyone but the program. The NCAA and SEC would be waisting resources by scheduling companies to administer these tests, more possible is one of the two tells the AD that a drug test needs to be done this week, or no later than Wednesday. However, waiting until Wedensday night is ensuring that the lab won't get the samples until Thursday. This could also be a way where the coaches will find out first thing Monday which players will be suspended for game planning purposes. If a University wanted to completly deter all athletes from using drugs, they could simply schedule a drug test every Monday. This would keep them from thinking they might be able to skirt the random drug testing. That is if the Universities are actually trying to keep their athletes drug free, instead of just catching them when they do. Without regular drug testing, you are punishing some athletes for using drugs while others get away with it. There needs to be an investigation into testing practices for all Universities, not just Georgia. Without knowing what is wrong, you cannot pretend to fix the problems.