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In the past 25 years, the only Big 12 schools without a major infraction are Iowa State and...

In the past 25 years, the only Big 12 schools without a major infraction are Iowa State and Missouri, while the only current Pac-12 football programs without major infractions are Arizona, Oregon State, Stanford and UCLA. ... While Alabama and Texas Tech each have committed the most major infractions since 1987, a dozen other programs -- Cal, Colorado, Florida International, Florida State, Illinois, Minnesota, Mississippi State, Oklahoma, SMU, Texas A&M, Southern California and Washington -- have committed two major violations each.

Everybody Does It? Maybe.

"He (reggie bush) told me, 'If I could turn the clock back, I would. If I could give the Heisman...

"He (reggie bush) told me, 'If I could turn the clock back, I would. If I could give the Heisman Trophy back, I would,' " Haden told the newspaper.

What's stopping him?

here is one hard and fast rule I would make: Any college that is put on any athletic probation — l...

here is one hard and fast rule I would make: Any college that is put on any athletic probation — like the University of Southern California — for violating NCAA rules should not be allowed to have cheerleaders at any of its games. No cheerleaders for cheaters.

NPR story on Cheerleading as a sport

If the past week has taught us anything, it's that agent issues aren't limited to USC. The...

If the past week has taught us anything, it's that agent issues aren't limited to USC. The difference in the NCAA's eyes is in how the other programs react to such issues. When presented with accusations that their players might have had unsavory dealings with agents or financial advisors, the compliance departments at South Carolina, Alabama and Florida sprung into action. USC's department buried its head in the sand during the Bush era.

Andy Staples at SI.com

Carroll's grilling required a spot on a more serious sports journalism channel, HBO. Andrea Kremer...

Carroll's grilling required a spot on a more serious sports journalism channel, HBO. Andrea Kremer used that segment of Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel to confront Carroll with the truth -- that for such massive violations to happen with his best player, he either (A) knew about Bush's car and house or (B) didn't want to know. When it was over, Carroll was whining to Kremer: "It's easy for you to ask these questions in this manner right now. Matt Leinart was our best player -- he was the Heisman Trophy winner." So was Bush. In 2005. But that's not a convenient truth for Carroll, so he avoids it. He would rather promote a book that celebrates his "proven system of success ... a coaching philosophy" that included welcoming murderous alum O.J. Simpson to practice and masterminding the Halloween prank of 2005. That was the time Carroll faked an argument with running back LenDale White, causing White to run away from practice and climb onto a nearby roof -- where he dived to his death (White actually threw a dummy wearing his No. 21 jersey off the four-story building). That's leadership right there. "Creepy Forever." Carroll defends everything from the team-building nature of that prank -- suicide humor kills 'em every time! -- to his lack of culpability in the Reggie Bush fiasco. When HBO's Kremer asked him if he had ever seen the car Bush received illegally as a sophomore, Carroll said he had but explained it away: "It was a Chevy," he said. True. But it was a tinted, tricked-out ride snazzy enough to be featured on the cover of a car magazine. To Carroll, it was just a Chevy. "Rationalize Forever."

Gregg Doyle on CBSSports.com: Carroll's hubris highlights his 'Deny Forever' attitude
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