This is interesting.
The allegations include considerable extra "voluntary" offseason work that was mandatory, coaches supervising "optional" stuff, etc. And, something of a biggie, a coach providing cash to the player to host unofficial visits.
What's interesting, though, isn't that there are allegations against Texas A&M. I doubt they've ever been clean. What's interesting is that a player is airing the dirty laundry in order to get a waiver to be eligible to play right away. Also interesting: He is transferring to Arizona, which is where Kevin Sumlin, his old coach, is now in place.
I doubt that there are many schools where there aren't little violations like this. What could be interesting is if transfers regularly use such allegations to get waivers to play right away.
With all of the issues that get drummed up every offseason, I wonder if we aren't approaching a point where the dam breaks and all of the corrupt underbelly of college football isn't disemboweled for all to see. It would, no doubt, hurt the entire sport, including us, but it may need to happen.
If transfers start pulling this stuff out, it may happen quickly.