Most of the NCAA's sanctions are against athletes that hock their game worn sneakers on eBay. If we've learned anything from the Jerry Sandusky scandal, it's that the organization is woefully inept at handing down punishments that actually matter. While that creep was molesting kids, the NCAA was probably in the throes of a three-year investigation of Tom Osborne's frequent flier miles. Those who deserve the book often skate, while relatively minor infractions make major waves.
“[Insert school or athlete] is corrupt, they were investigated by the NCAA.”