I dunno about this one, it sounds like they definitely took extra money, but without doing a deep dive into the article I think it was coming from potential future agents rather than any sort of booster support. I almost think there should be a legit way for guys clearly headed to the league to get advice/direction from legit agents, which would be preferable to guys going through shady unqualified street agents. http://sports.yahoo.com/news/ncaaf-...e-benefits-to-five-sec-players-202513237.html Its the SEC so probably nothing happens, but it looks like the reporters have been given an actual papertrail and lots of documentation. Isn't this what USC got crushed for essentially? Though I think they got hammered under the premise that the school knew or should have known and looked the other way.