Two UCF football players have been suspended six games for testing positive for marijuana. What should the punishment be for college football players caught smoking weed?
1. More than a six-game suspension. It is still a Schedule I controlled substance, even if the hippies in Colorado and Washington want to think otherwise.
2. A multiple-game suspension seems right. After all, these are kids. They need to be taught a lesson, but not given a Draconian punishment.
3. A slap on the wrist. It is 2017, for pete’s sake. Are we not past this illogical obsession with outlawing the youth equivalent of a few beers?
4 . Nothing. Weed is a medicine, man. Ha! See what I did there? “Medicine man”! Dude…did you bogart my Funyuns?
#OpenMike Daily Poll: What should the punishment be for college football players who are caught smoking weed?— 96.9 The Game (@969thegame) March 22, 2017