By Laken Litman December 29, pm. I gotta work harder than that. Tuesday started off at 15,, ended up being Game day I was at 40, steps. Defensive coordinator Kirby Smart, who recently accepted the head coaching job at Georgia, wanted him to follow him along to Athens. Cochran is always coming up with new and creative ways to get players motivated. One fall camp, that included Icy Hot. He was shocked when a reporter asked him about this secret detail at Cotton Bowl media day Tuesday. And it was during camp and I was like, I gotta get my mind right, so I decided to put Icy Hot under my arms — and a few other areas — and the players saw it and they could not believe it.
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If you've ever rubbed a topical pain reliever—a cream, gel or other product applied to the skin—on a sore muscle or joint, you're familiar with the sensation of warmth or coolness that soon follows. But if, instead, you experience burning pain or blistering, you must seek medical attention immediately. The Food and Drug Administration FDA is warning that some consumers have reported receiving serious skin injuries while using certain over-the-counter OTC pain relievers applied to the skin to relieve mild muscle and joint pain. The injuries, while rare, have ranged from mild to severe chemical burns with use of such brand-name topical muscle and joint pain relievers as Icy Hot, Bengay, Capzasin, Flexall, and Mentholatum. OTC topical pain relievers for muscles and joints include creams, lotions, ointments and patches. In many cases, burns where the product was applied occurred after just one application, with severe burning or blistering occurring within 24 hours. Some had complications serious enough to require hospitalization. These cases were uncovered by FDA scientists during safety surveillance of FDA's adverse event reporting database and the medical literature. This is a very small number of cases when compared to the number of people who purchase these products, Tan notes.