The risky business of player-agent relationships may cost several Texas players their eligibility.

News emerged Monday from the Austin American-Statesman that two Texas football players each “received a meal paid for by an agent” and that their NCAA eligibility for 2014 was in question. Texas reported the incident to the NCAA on June 6, but the school would not confirm the names of the players.

Then on Tuesday, Texas Rivals affiliate Orangebloods.com reported that St. Louis-based agent Justin Bingman tweeted multiple times about having dinners with several different Longhorns players in March. The tweets, which have since been deleted upon discovery, stated that Bingman had dinner with linebackers Jordan Hicks and Steve Edmond on March 24.