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Florida quarterback Will Grier has appealed his year-long suspension for violating the NCAA’s policy on performance enhancing drugs, according to

Grier’s suspension was announced on October 12th.

Athletes can appeal a suspension on two grounds; they can question how the test sample was collected or appeal based on knowledge grounds, stating that the athlete didn’t know that what he was taking was banned or contained a banned substance in it.
Grier will be represented by Morgan & Morgan as well as Clay Townsend — a graduate of the University of Florida Law.
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