The federal trial involving bribery and corruption in college basketball is underway, and on Tuesday, it spilled over into the football world.

According to federal witness Marty Blazer, he paid thousands of dollars to football players from a number of schools.

Per Adam Zagoria of The New York Times, Alabama was on the list of schools implicated by Blazer:

Per a thread of tweets from Yahoo’s Dan Wetzel, Blazer claims the transactions came between 2000 and 2013:

No one should be surprised that players are getting paid under the table, but it’ll be interesting to see what the NCAA does with this new information.