I was contenplating this and I came up with what I think is a good plan. Not sure if its legally possible but what the hell, it should be. You always hear of cases in college football about universities that get punished for wrong doing in the past and inevitably its the wrong student-athletes that get punished. What I was thinking is, each player has to sign a contract before he accepts his scholorship stating he will not accept any illegal payments while playing for their respective universties and if he does the university has a right to bring forth a lawsuit against them to recover damages the university might recieve in the form of penalties they would recieve from the NCAA. Now, the university, if found guilty of any major infractions should then forfeit any money they recieved as a result of any post season bowls they might have appeared in. My plan would hold accountability at both the student-athlete and university levels. A player might think twice about taking money from a booster knowing that once he starts playing in the NFL and making big bucks the university could come after some of it for penalties they recieved as a result of his actions. My two cents, how would you fix it?