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Topic - Rupert Galvez
Iowa football players hospitalized with a muscle disorder this week could have been pushing their bodies too hard after a break, which is apparently what happened to seven University of South Carolina swimmers who came down with the same ailment in 2007, a doctor involved in the earlier case said Friday.
"If everything checks out that they are not taking anything and are healthy otherwise, it usually is just them pushing themselves," Galvez said.
In the South Carolina case, Galvez said the male and female swimmers were among 41 student-athletes who participated in an intense training program that involved pushups, squats and weightlifting after they returned from summer break in 2007.