Reasononline carries a very nicely researched piece on athletes, boosters, and trainer who walk the line in a prison. The athletes end up in jail for drug-related offenses, which recently included illegal steroids and PEDs.
The article sets the stage with the conviction of Logan Young, the 'Bama Booster who bought players for the Crimson Tide:
The authors look at athletes who did time for crimes which include steroid offenses:
There are also 'derivative crimes'; as a 'derivative' in finance refers to an instrument that derives value from the underlying entity so do 'derivative crimes. For instance money laundering, obstruction of justice, racketeering and so on. Same with jock crimes.
The article continues with a lengthy discussion of the BALCO derivative crimes, found after the jump..