College football has a lot of on going traditions. There is the famous dotting of the "I" in OHIO at Ohio State football games. The running of Ralphie the Buffalo at Colorado games. The University of Miami at Florida getting into some sort of fist fight on the football field. And of course, the Oklahoma Sooners caught as some sort of liars, or at least rule benders every few years or so.
The Oklahoma Sooners have been told to vacate all 8 wins they had from the 2005 season as well as the victory over Oregon in the Holiday Bowl, because Rhett Bomar and JD Quinn were caught in a lie. Apparently, Bomar and Quinn said that they had worked at a car dealership during the summer, collecting full time pay checks. It turns out the two of the pretty much clocked in and then went fishing, or anything else there cheating hearts desired.
So, its like the 2005 season only half existed for the Sooners, which makes for a weird schedule if someone looks back at the record books in 20 years. They went 0-4 and thats it. Now, to me, the fact that those wins did not get made into losses is one big fat lie to college football fans everywhere.
As I always say though, if there is one coach I would never see having all of this trouble, its the annoying cry baby Bob Stoops.