Young athletes are often faced with a plethora of temptations as schools and agents compete for them. The NCAA list of sanctions is a long one. From yachts to jewelery, you'd be surprised at the lavish gifts these players have illegally accepted. Does your favorite school fall in this list of scandal?
Former USC QB Barkley tweets about paying student-athletes | Washing a car with university water, a NCAA violation Tyrone Moss was among eight players from the University of Miami football team who were under investigation for NCAA sanctions. The NCAA investigated allegations that Moss had received $1,000 cash and a ride on a booster's million dollar yacht. Former Berkley basketball coach Todd Bozeman was forced to resign after an investigation led to the discovery that he had give cash to a recruit. Jelani Garnder was one of the top recruits and Bozeman gave his parents $30,000 in cash so that they could make the travel arrangements to see their son play. IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR TOSTITOS: From left, Former NFL player Marcus Allen and coach Bobby Bowden joined the “Tostitos Homecoming Party Bowl” hosted at Cerritos College on Thursday, December 13, 2012 in Norwalk, Calif. The Tostitos brand surprised 28 unsuspecting veterans with the ultimate football party and star-studded event that included football greats, Bobby Bowden, Marcus Allen and actor/screenwriter, Owen Wilson. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision for Tostitos/ AP Images)) NEW ORLEANS, LA - JANUARY 30: Former NFL player Eric Dickerson attends the 6th Annual Moves Magazine Super Bowl Party at Metropolitan Nightclub on January 30, 2013 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images)