So I have noticed there has been pretty much no talk about this among the LSU fanbase (both internet and with my family)...and I just feel like I need to put you guys on notice so you aren't completely blindsided in case something happens. Tomorrow at 9 AM ET, Sports Illustrated's Investigative Report "The Dirty Game" on Oklahoma State football will be launched. The timeline that people believe is being discussed for major violations occurring is between 2001-2011*... the beginning of which coincides with the years Les Miles was at Oklahoma State. Now as we know, the NCAA has a four-year statute of limitations on charges that could be filed... however, we also know that the NCAA has a history of being inconsistent and ignoring its own bylaws if there is enough public pressure. Depending on public outcry, this could be another one of those situations. We also know that the central figure in this controversy is current WVU special teams coach Joe DeForest...but as we know with past incidents, that certainly doesn't leave head coaches out of trouble if they knew what was going on. Basically... I would advise all LSU fans to keep a hard eye on this report tomorrow and the continuing discussion afterwards. It's quite possible...likely, even that nothing will happen to Les. It's also possible that he could receive a Sean Payton-like punishment where he is suspended from coaching for a year or so. It's also, however, not completely out of question that he receives an even harsher punishment. Whatever happens, I certainly hope LSU football does not receive collateral damage from this. *Correction from original posting which stated 2007/8. Also, it has been noted that the NCAA can possibly use its "willful violators" clause to enact punishment.