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Breaking Down the Prosecution's Wire Fraud Case in College Basketball's Corruption Trial

The first two weeks of the three-week college basketball corruption trial have all but confirmed what many long suspected: top college basketball recruits have been paid thousands of dollars in secret ... read more

All three defendants found guilty of wire fraud in college basketball corruption trial

... each face potentially lengthy prison terms for convictions of wire fraud and wire fraud conspiracy. [A bagman who helped Kansas and Louisville told all in basketball trial. Or did he?] The ... read more

Guilty verdicts against Adidas employees sets the table for the NCAA to wreak havoc on coaches and schools

The government's case won out in the college basketball corruption trial and now the sport is ... of guilty against three men who will go down in college sports infamy. Guilty of conspiracy to commit ... read more

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Former USC assistant Tony Bland reaches plea deal in college basketball corruption case

Former USC assistant basketball coach Tony Bland reached a plea deal with federal prosecutors in the college basketball corruption ... wire fraud conspiracy and travel act conspiracy. First placed on ... read more


Breaking Down the Charges Michael Avenatti Faces in Nike, College Basketball Extortion Case

Last Friday he was criminally charged in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California on wire fraud and bank fraud ... Adidas has been reputationally harmed by the college basketball ... read more

Ex-Adidas team director pleads guilty and will cooperate in college basketball corruption case

Ex-Adidas team director pleads guilty and will cooperate in college basketball corruption case T.J. Gassnola, the ex-director of an Adidas-sponsored travel basketball team, pled guilty to wire fraud ... read more

What you need to know about the NCAA trial beginning Monday

The long-awaited federal trial that has pulled Arizona into a national controversy over allegations of college basketball corruption ... its case, though defense attorneys typically call fewer ... read more

As next college basketball corruption trial begins, it’s time to ask: Is this worth it?

There is something missing from the federal prosecution of “corruption” in college basketball: a sense of justice. There have been some small plea bargains and petty-crime verdicts, and another trial ... read more

Frequently asked questions about the college basketball corruption case

The trial starts Monday in New York City. The first college basketball corruption ... profile case like this, Jessop said. 2.) Dawkins’ attorney, Steve Haney, argued in an interview with Yahoo Sports ... read more

Sean Miller, Arizona Wildcats back in spotlight at college basketball corruption trial

NEW YORK — Sean Miller could be compelled to testify in the ongoing federal corruption case involving college basketball after a video played ... of 67 years in prison after pleading guilty to wire ... read more

After three more guilty verdicts, college basketball's federal trials are over and the NCAA is now on the clock

Now the NCAA can officially commence with its own review on the matter of prominent corruption in college basketball recruiting ... (Dawkins and Code were cleared of honest services fraud, wire fraud ... read more



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