Here's Mrs. McCoy on ESPN's The Herd, doing some NCAA detective work: "You cannot expect 19, 20 year-old kids to say no to free stuff when they're in college." She says a bunch of McCoy's Texas teammates couldn't resist free stuff from agents or boosters.
McCoy makes some good points—she's passionate enough about the subject that she called into Cowherd's show, although calling into Cowherd never implies knowledge. The upsetting part comes when she decides that the boosters need to be held accountable for NCAA rule violations. It's the same "rules are worth enforcing" fallacy Craggs identified last week.