Suspended Florida QB Will Grier Gained 43 Pounds in a Year


Florida Gators quarterback Will Grier has been suspended for the remainder of this season, and one calender year.

While multiple reports suggest that Grier failed a PED test — those in the know say that it was an unapproved over the counter substance and not steroids.

That substance is now being called ligrandol.

According to the Big Lead, a story from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution from this August claimed Grier put on 43 pounds between arriving on campus and a year later as a redshirt freshman:

And it seems to have done wonders for Florida quarterback Will Grier, who’s reportedly taken the “freshman 15” to a new level. Apparently, he’s bulked up to 215 pounds after weighing in at 172 as a freshman. That’s a significant increase. Grier basically went from being a super middleweight to a heavyweight over the course of a year. You have to wonder what in the world he ate throughout his freshman year, because we all know it wasn’t the old peanut-butter-sandwich trick.

With his new size, Grier will likely have a good shot at dethroning sophomore quarterback Treon Harris for the starting gig. Last year, Harris threw for 1,019 yards and nine touchdowns while Grier was redshirted. Maybe he brought peanut butter sandwiches to the game. Whatever the case may be, his father, Chad, is just happy he’s been stuffing his face like a bodybuilder.

It appears he took the whole next Tim Tebow thing to a new level.

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