Ohio State's football coach, Jim Tressel, was forced to resign this week among allegations that players sold memorabilia from games to get discount tattoos. How can you tell if you favorite college football team isn't always playing "clean."
#5. Players are often featured on local TV stations as "Athlete of the Week" and "Crime Stoppers" at the same time.
#4. Instead of being drafted by the NFL, players are recruited for the State Prison Football Team.
#3. Frequent fights during practice as hand signals from quarterback confused with gang signs.
#2. There's a $10,000 minimum at the table to start bribing players.
#1. Some geek in the computer department had to come up with a elaborate software program to keep track of which players were throwing which games for which mobsters.