University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario shuts down its football program for one year due to "most significant doping issue" in the history of Canadian university sports. University of Waterloo in Canada suspends football team for a year in steroids scandal | StarTribune.com I know you guys don't follow CIS, well most of you. Nine of sixty-two players tested positive for steroids. They decided to suspend the whole program instead of just suspending the nine players that were caught. So everyone that didn't test positive have to pay for the others stupidity, some of them being Seniors. Do you think this was a good idea, or a bit harsh? Do you believe if this was the Texas Longhorns instead of Waterloo, their program would get shut down for a year? I don't think so, since there's to much money involved. Thoughts?