SI releases part 3 of report on OSU football program
STILLWATER, Okla. - The third part of a report by Sports Illustrated about allegations surrounding the Oklahoma State football program has been released.
It focuses on the lack of control with the Cowboys drug problem.
LSU head football coach Les Miles was the coach at OSU from 2001 to 2004.
Three former players admitted to SI that they dealt marijuana while members of the 2001, '04 and '06 teams.
Players from seven other seasons between 2001 and '12 were accused by teammates of also dealing drugs, meaning the program hosted an alleged or admitted drug dealer in 10 of the last 12 seasons.
Les Miles admits while he was the coach at OSU, he wanted his players to perform on the field, but they had to perform socially and academically too or they would not play.