Sports Illustrated Reveals Alleged Corruption at Oklahoma State University

Famed college football program is being accused of changing grades, paying players to attend school.
1:47 | 09/10/13

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a broadcast exclusive. Allegations of corruption at a big-time college program. A year-long investigation at "sports illustrated," now focuses on that of oklahoma state university and its cowboys, whose former players are now the ones blowing the whistle. Among the allegations, widespread attempts in previous years to evade any number of ncaa rules. The first installment of the series out this morning, "s.I." Says former coaches and boosters played some players. And the policy for jug use was inconsistently applied. You have a successful program that got very good, very fast. There's an underbelly to that. Reporter: "S.I." Says it interviewed 64 former players and an assistant coach. Who said, I knew the day was coming. Different players have different motivation. But there was a sense that the system had used them. The majority of the alleged incidents happened between 2001 and 2007. Some former players named in the article are denying allegations. Our goal is to separate fact from fiction. And then, we can start dealing with it. We should mention that the issue that this story appears on is going to be on newsstands today. "Sports illustrated" bombshell. Your alma mater. Indeed, it is.

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