Star Ohio State wide receiver Emeka Egbuka casually brought up potential NCAA violations by other schools Thursday morning.

At Ohio State’s media day ahead of the CFP Peach Bowl, Egbuka insisted that other schools have contacted him to transfer from Ohio State, though he stated that he is “content” with where he is at.

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Of course, with Egbuka not currently in the transfer portal and Ohio State’s season not yet concluded, this is a major violation of NCAA transfer rules.

The transfer portal entries this season have been completely out of control and unprecedented, with more players entering the portal than ever before. It’s not crazy to assume this kind of thing is happening all over the country without the reports from the affected players such as Egbuka.

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And though these allegations from Egbuka are NCAA violations, the presiding officials of the NCAA will likely never make a move to investigate this. Similar allegations have been made by coaches such as Pitt’s Pat Narduzzi and more.

The best way to prompt legitimate action? Start showing receipts instead of withholding that information in these situations.