The Bylaw Blog (reminder: not officially affiliated with the NCAA, just a knowledgeable writer) points out that, depending on how far back the VIP status at the site of last night's brawl goes and how many times players used it, Tennessee could be looking at a major NCAA violation here. The school will likely have to figure out which players got their cover charges waived and how many times it happened for each, and then multiply that by the dollar amount of the cover charge to come up with a grand total of benefits received. It will be an estimate, of course, because I highly doubt the bar keeps a log of all of its patrons. It's still a nightmare for the UT compliance office though. Also, the Bylaw Blog wrote up a full explanation of why Dillon Baxter is unlikely to get in trouble with the NCAA cops.