The report found Bellevue to be guilty of directing players to classes at a private alternative school (Academic Institute) in order to maintain minimum GPAs for eligibility. In a summary, "One player who attended AI told investigators that one teacher provided him answers to tests. He called the program a 'joke' that served as a 'day care' for players. Additionally, families of Bellevue players reportedly supplied false addresses to the school district in order to gain eligibility. The report also found that football team boosters helped subsidize tuition for certain players, and that coach Butch Goncharoff gave cash to a player's family. Overall, the report found that Bellevue administrators "willfully ignored" years of these violations. ******************************* I think we're going to start seeing more of this with the football factory high school programs. Things don't seem kosher with a lot of what's going on. The way they stockpile talent, keep players eligible, etc. I remember when I was a teenager that there was a powerhouse program in PA that brought a ton of talent into the district due to a relationship with a large manufacturing company that would offer dad and/or mom a great job if they'd move their family & its junior high all-star son to play there.