We will have to agree to disagree. Boosters aren't employed by UI. Coaches are. It's possible to keep things in-house "clean" while stuff goes on outside. I watched it happen for years at Nebraska with football. Nobody has ever come knocking for their three titles from the 90's yet I can tell you unequivocally that the money moving around was fast and loose. Whether Tom Osborne "knew" or didn't is up for debate, but he was shielded from those seedy dealings by taking them out side of the athletic department.
In an ironic twist, the person who told me about a lot of those dealings is now in line to possibly become the new AD here.
Now, if the FBI comes in and this #$%&@!storm somehow levels the playing field then by all means let's make sure we are clean. But expected the NCAA to enforce any kind of equitable or meaningful sanctions is just a joke. UNC cheated academically for 20 years and they've done nothing. It's in their best interest not to, because why bite the hand that feeds them? The system "as is" is a pile of shiitake. Maybe this FBI stuff changes that. We can hope.
What I really want is for UI to be good in the major sports and compete for championships. I don't think that will happen in the current landscape with so many big schools all around doing the things I described (and more) above. A level playing field is nowhere in sight.