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Special Report on Oklahoma State Football: Part 1 -- The Money


Bonuses were delivered in a variety of ways, multiple players told SI. Sometimes players got extra money in their per diem envelopes, which were usually distributed by low-level football staff members. On other occasions an envelope with money was waiting for them in their locker the day after a game. (Sports Illustrated)

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