Hmm, why do I feel like I have seen something like this before?
Oh yeah, that's it!
You know what, I have to give credit to Texas State. The only thing worse than having to literally spell out the most basic of crimes - in size 320 font - on the wall of your facility is breaking your own "core value" by outright stealing that idea from a coach that was equally untrusting (and rightfully so) of his athletes. That said, they managed to avoid an accusation of plagiarism by using some clever linguistics and being more thorough with their ban of all armory. That's how you set an example for the kids who are going to need that education after failing to extend their football careers after facing the weakest of FBS competition. Don't put the work in and develop your own, distinct set of "Core Values". Just copy it from more accomplished people! I'm sure Charlie Strong will be honored to find out that he provided the proverbial cheat sheet to a lesser known program that was at least nice enough to change up the lettering and ever-so-slightly alter the wording of the rules their players already should have learned by the time they graduated elementary school!
Serious question, does throwing this all-too-obvious shit up on the wall rid universities of liability, or does it just give college coaches a false sense that making a player walk past a monstrous wall decoration was all they could do to prevent him from lying about where he stole his guns and drugs from after assaulting his girlfriend?