Troy Smith: takes money from a booster, gets suspended for meaningless Alamo Bowl and then opener against Miami (OH).
Rhett Bomar: takes money from a booster, gets booted off Oklahoma's team.
And while we're discussing discipline, how about a cheer for Tommy Tuberville for suspending two significant linebackers for three games. When I first read the, I immediately assumed that the first three games for Auburn were going to be against team that the Tigers could beat with blindfolds. Instead, it turns out that game three is the LSU game, the game that has decided the West for the past three years. And Tommy didn't even suspend his players for taking money from boosters or other NCAA infractions, but instead for a DUI and an MIP.
And one other thought: ESPN's poll question this morning is "Is major college football corrupt?" Let's see the next time an NFL star is arrested for hiring someone to kill his pregnant wife or trafficking drugs whether the same question is asked about the NFL, shall we? I just don't see what's corrupt about the system working properly.