Although Les Miles has long left Oklahoma State’s football program, you can never really hide your mistakes.
That’s something the university may soon be finding out as they are reportedly being investigated for paying football players as recently as 2011, which also included sexual favors from Orange Pride hostesses and drug use.
The report makes the following allegations:
* Coaches and boosters paying athletes, including violations ranging from paying for jobs not performed, overpaying for jobs and strictly paying players for performance.
DeForest is accused of running a bonus program – paying players for specific plays – as recently as 2011.
DeForest, who spent 11 seasons at OSU, is in his second year as an assistant coach at West Virginia. Saturday, he denied the charges.
* A environment of academic impropriety, from players not attending class to grade changing to tutors doing work for players.
* Widespread drug abuse and a drug policy that isn’t uniformly administered.
* Hostesses in the Orange Pride program providing sex to recruits.