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The researchers at Ole Miss have yielded another important discovery: that sticky is getting ickier.

The latest analysis from the University of Mississippi’s Potency Monitoring Project tracked the average amount of THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, in samples seized by law enforcement agencies from 1975 through 2007. It found that the average amount of THC reached 9.6 percent in 2007, compared with 8.75 percent the previous year.

The 9.6 percent level represents more than a doubling of marijuana potency since 1983, when it averaged just under 4 percent.
Of course, the question from the loyal RSC readers is, "What does this have to do with football?"

Not much, but it might explain what the hell happened to Brent Schaeffer.