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No, but it is a crime to be

No, but it is a crime to be in possession of felonious amounts of illicit drugs. Don't really know what the big debate is here. This young man made a conscious decision to carry an amount of drugs large enough to be considered a felony. He made what is called a "life mistake," and should be punished like everyone else. If his punishment includes not being able to play a game, then so be it. Not playing High School football should be the least of his problems.

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