I've been following this thread with great interest, and as a former coach, I'd like to chip in my two cents (1.9 cents in Canada--check the current exchange rates) on the "renegade programs" and ethical issues.
There was a school that we used to wrestle in a dual, and the match was more akin to a street fight than a sport (initiated by the other team, but I won't say my guys were choir boys and didn't retaliate, which didn't sit well with me). So I took action as I saw fit: we stopped scheduling them.
Think about it: if your AD hires a wrestling official who (sorry Chuck, just a hypothetical) consistently misses calls (and I know a lot of the interpretations are subjective), would you schedule that official again? No coach in his right mind would, granted I realize the AD does this hiring, but I would let him/her know that I don't want to see that official on our mat again.
The same can be done for schools who continually "play the edge" with coaching ethics. I do realize this would not be the easiest undertaking, but think what sort of message you send to a team when no other school wants to wrestle them? The smart money says changes will be made in the violating program if this were to happen.
Granted I know conference affiliations and current contracts might make this tougher than what I've outlined, but it could happen and Indiana wrestling as an entity could police itself.
Or I could be tilting at windmills with this idea. It was just a thought that crossed my mind when the sanctioning issue came up in a post.
Upon rereading this, I realize I'm quite paranthetical, so I apologize if that bothers anyone.