"I'm blessed, so blessed that Loyola University, the administrators, the fan base, they were steadfast on how I was saying I was going to do it with good kids, good people. We weren't going to bend on the academic reputation," he said. "All our kids graduate. We've got high-character kids, and it was a credit to them. And in this day and age, because I know fan bases all over want it so fast."
Chief Deputy Rick Majerus says those receiving the calls are threatened with arrest if they don't pay an alleged fine.