Former UH player talks about steroid use in college football
Bryan Maneafaiga posed for a portrait in Richmond, Calif., Friday. In the summer of 2004, Maneafaiga was an undersized 180-pound running back trying to make the University of Hawaii football team. Twice, once in pre-season and once in the fall, he failed school drug tests, showing up positive for marijuana use. What surprised him was that the same tests turned up negative for steroids. He'd started injecting stanozolol, a steroid, in the summer to help bulk up to a roster weight of 200 pounds.