Oklahoma senior defensive back Kass Everett faced a nasty dilemma early Tuesday morning. Grand Theft Auto V, widely hyped to be the video game of the century, released at midnight across the country. Everett, however, was without the necessary funds to buy it.
@Kass_Everett I got u... Oops OU complianceFormer Sooner Tony Jefferson saw Everett’s hopeless plea, and offered to lend a hand… before realizing that may land Oklahoma in some trouble.
— Tony Jefferson (@tonyjefferson1) September 17, 2013
Yes @tonyjefferson1, former SAs are considered boosters and may not provide benefits to current SAs #GTAVWillHaveToWaitThen OU Compliance chimed in, confirming that it would be a violation if Jefferson did purchase the game for Everett. (USA Today)
— OU Compliance (@OUCompliance) September 17, 2013
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