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Appearing on the Paul Finebaum Show, former Alabama and Georgia staffer Scott Cochran discussed his long battle to overcome an opioid addiction...
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FLTech14 days
Why the frick is he labeled "Former Alabama Strength Coach" and not "Georgia Special Teams Coordinator/"
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Lithium14 days
Good he could come out and talk about. Unfortunately over half of all Americans know someone who overdosed or know someones who knows someone who overdosed.
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BamaRoo14 days
SCOTT ON OPIOIDS !!! WHY AM I YELLING LIKE THIS !!!
HEEE AHHH !!!
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saintsfan2215 days
No way that guy was on something.
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Sofaking215 days
Shawn Peyton stress management plan.
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Sofaking215 days
Sean Payton
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TouchdownTony15 days
Actually, most recently, former UGA staff member. I get what you're wanting to do with the title tho. I don't blame you. Play to your fanbase.
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kbtigers8514 days
Uhh he was much more relevant as the Alabama S&C coach. Also, no one is looking at him negatively because he overcame addiction and is now trying to help others. I actually have a much more positive view of him than I did before this
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Drizzt15 days
Bama pill head
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And unequivocally the best thing the state of Louisiana ever produced.
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ExpoTiger14 days
Lmao sure
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TFH14 days
Never eaten in Louisiana, eh?
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Rex Feral15 days
What's odd to me is that type A personalities have a hard time on opioids. They don't like feeling out of control.

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0jersey13 days
The thing about opioids is that they don’t really make people feel out of control like other types of drugs or even alcohol to am extent. They moreso just eradicate stress and make tolerating situations way more manageable. Only once doses get super high and cause people to pass out or turn into zombies does it become apparent. Type A people essentially get the edginess removed while still being able to function at a high level for a while until they get too deep where stopping causes withdrawal. Then is the worsening of the pathology bc you can’t function without it leading to increased tolerance and physical need.
Terrible drugs when not used exclusively for short term pain control.
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CanebreakCajun12 days
He's not a type a personality.
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Flashback15 days
Druggie
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kbtigers8514 days
Yet he’s accomplished much more than you could ever dream of even with that holding him back. Imagine how much better he would be that your hom arse if he was sober
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JackieTreehorn15 days
He was eating percocets like candy. Something like 50 a day. Glad he was able to pull through.
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TFH14 days
That shite is so easy to get hooked on. Especially if you snort it while pounding brewskies
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kbtigers8514 days
Absolutely not. The acetaminophen would kill him far before he got to that point
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LucedaleTider13 days
Guy like him gets Roxy
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