8:00 am- The selamectin on Coach Gretzinger's hands came from Dr. Claxton's prescription to the dog, Roscoe. (Selamectin is used to treat and prevent flea and other types of ticks from infecting on your pet.)
10:00 am- The bisacodyl on Coach G's buttocks and the codeine on his throat came from Dr. Moiser. (The bisacodyl was used because Coach G was having constipation and the codeine was used to help treat the pain.)
12:00 pm- The vanillin in Coach Gretzinger's stomach came from Mrs. White's dessert. (Vanillin is really just vanilla extract, which is used in a variety of different desserts, so either the dessert or special sauce had to have had Vanillin in it.
2:15 pm- The cocaine in his pocket and the acetaminophen both came from Coach Barrilleaux. Coach G mentioned having a headache and needing some energy. Acetaminophen helps with minor pains. Coach G said he would "save the boost for later" which would indicate he put it in his pocket, but the only thing in his pocket was cocaine, proving Coach B gave it to him for the extra energy
5:30 pm- The creatine in his mouth, theobromine in the stomach, and strychnine in the blood all came from Mrs. Harden. Creatine is in the supply of energy for muscular contractions which had been given in the shake, Theobromine is a bitter alkaloid of the cacao plant, most commonly found in chocolate, so it was most likely used in the chocolate shake. Now the strychnine is a highly toxic, bitter, crystalline alkaloid used as a pesticide. This is what killed Coach G as it is not suppose to be ingested as it is used to kill rodents, and this substance was in his blood. Strychnine also only takes 15-30 minutes to take effect occasionally after a delay of 1 hour.
7:30 pm- Coach G's wife comes home to find husband dead and unresponsive