It is nothing new, but it seems to be happening more often than it used to. You would think they would learn what could happen by watching Kobe Bryant on trial. Here are the most recent stories: Police investigating charges against Va Tech QB Vick ROANOKE, Virginia (Ticker) - Police reportedly are investigating charges that Virginia Tech quarterback Marcus Vick had sex with a 15-year-old girl after serving her liquor. -------------------- <a href="http://sports.yahoo.com/ncaaf/news;_ylc=X3oDMTBpMmgzc2pzBF9TAzk1ODYyMzAwBHNlYwN0aA--?slug=ap-colorado-sexallegations&prov=ap&type=lgns" target="_blank"> University of Colorado regents to discuss sex party allegations</a> BOULDER, Colo. (AP) -- University of Colorado regents will meet within 10 days to discuss claims that football recruits were offered sexual favors to enroll. -------------------- And of course there was Ell Roberson: Prosecutors won't press charges against K-state player PHOENIX (AP) -- The Maricopa County Attorney's Office declined to press charges against Kansas State University quarterback Ell Roberson, who was accused of sexually assaulting an acquaintance on New Year's Day. -------------------- Of course some of their coaches haven't exactly been the best role models in recent years either. Mike Price and Larry Eustachy immediately come to mind. When will they realize that there are consequences for their actions? I guess maybe the whole OJ Simpson acquittal makes them think that athletes (or sports programs) can get away with anything.