Ohio State players accepted money and other things in exchange for jersey's and rings while the coach knew about it. They KNEW it was wrong and did it anyway and got caught. Some UNC players may have taken an AFAM class that has since garnered criticism regarding the legitimacy of this course. It is not the student's job to question the validity of the classes being offered, they sign up and take them. (And btw, there has been NO proof that Roy steered any of his players to take these classes.) If anyone is at fault in the UNC scandal, it begins with the accreditation of the university, not the student athletes or the coaches.