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A source told HolyTurf.com that Dyer tested positive for marijuana.
A source told me this evening that Auburn RB Michael Dyer has tested positive for marijuana. Dyer was rumored to be looking to transfer and this news may further that conversation. According to the source, Dyer is looking at a suspension if he stays at Auburn. The source did not say if the test was administered by the university or the athletic department. Both likely have a policy in place for a positive test.
Dyer, originally from Little Rock, helped lead Auburn to a national title in 2010 and earned All-SEC honors in 2011 while rushing for 1242 yards and ten touchdowns as the best player on a 7-5 Auburn team that will play Virginia in the Chik-fil-A bowl on December 31st.
I have also learned Dyer was set to appear at his high school, Little Rock Christian, after he finished finals at Auburn to talk with and encourage the current students. For now, the event is off.
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