In yet another obvious example of how the top schools stay on top (don't get me started on Reggie Bush), the NCAA's investigation of Sooner-gate '06 concludes that Oklahma failed to adequately monitor the employment of several of their so-called amateur athletes. While the NCAA investigation implicates a third, unnamed player, Oklahoma is sticking to their guns that only Bomar and Quinn received additional payment.
Here's my bold prediction: Stick this one in the folder conveniently labeled of "inadequately punished violations." The NCAA hates to punish its flagship programs. In '93 the NCAA handed out scholarship limitations, bowl ban, and television ban for almost identical scenarios. Somehow, this time, I don't think they'll go there. All this with the looming catastrophe that USC is facing over the Reggie Bush payouts. Apparently there's more documented proof there than even Orenthal James and Johnny Cochran could overcome.