College Football Hall Of Fame Coach Accused Of Swindling $80 Million From Colleagues, Players In Ponzi Scheme

College Football Hall Of Fame Coach Accused Of Swindling $80 Million From Colleagues, Players In Ponzi Scheme

The Securities and Exchange Commission is calling out a former college football coach for allegedly acting in less than a sportsmanlike manner, accusing him of taking $80 million from other coaches and players and losing it in a Ponzi scheme. The man was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2009 for his time coaching at two universities. [More]