The investigation said five Kansas athletics staffers and a consultant—all of them no longer employed by the school—sold or used at least 17,609 men’s basketball tickets, 2,181 football tickets and a number of parking passes and other passes for personal purposes. The report showed over $887,000 in basketball tickets and more than $122,000 worth of football tickets were involved.
And it may be higher than that.
Because investigators did not have subpoena power, the amounts could climb as high as $3 million once the federal probe is complete, according to Jack Focht, attorney for Foulston Siefkin. He said it’s also possible the scam could have started much earlier since accurate records were only kept back to 2005.
I know it's not on the same level as students misusing textbooks funds, but that's only because it's worse. Rock, Chalk, Ripoff....