Stanford sinologist David Shepherd Nivison , in The Cambridge History of Ancient China , writes that the moral goods of Mohism "are interrelated: more basic wealth, then more reproduction; more people, then more production and wealth ... if people have plenty, they would be good, filial, kind, and so on unproblematically."  The Mohists believed that morality is based on "promoting the benefit of all under heaven and eliminating harm to all under heaven". In contrast to Bentham's views, state consequentialism is not utilitarian because it is not hedonistic or individualistic. The importance of outcomes that are good for the community outweigh the importance of individual pleasure and pain. 
As for violations, I find the NCAA to lack moral character — its own rules say that the NCAA is NOT (repeat: NOT) obligated to turn over academic violations revealed in hearings to the appropriate regional accreditor. In other words, NCAA may, at its discretion, choose to “sweep under the rug” any wrongdoing of an academic nature that falls within the jurisdiction of the regional accreditors. The schools, of course, will know about it, but they can also participate in this conspiracy of silence. Accreditors, of course, are just as rotten, morally.