Part three, 'The Drugs' of a five part series by Sports Illustrated titled The Dirty Game was released Thursday morning.
The series details corruption with the Oklahoma State football program involving money, academics, drugs and sex; primarily from 2001 through 2004.
The issues stem back to the time LSU head coach Les Miles served as the head football coach there.
SI reports as the Cowboys became one of the nation's elite teams, players were not only using drugs, but also dealing them. It was common for some players to smoke marijuana before games. School officials largely ignored use and abuse by elite players but cast aside those players deemed expendable.
LSU Head Coach Les Miles denies any cheating or wrongdoing while at Oklahoma State. Miles said "We always did things right."
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