Coaches, Admins Plead Not Guilty In Admissions Scheme

Law360, Boston (March 25, 2019, 7:14 PM EDT) -- A dozen former college coaches, administrators and test proctors entered not guilty pleas Monday as they faced a Massachusetts federal judge after being charged with racketeering conspiracy connected to a nationwide college admissions scam.

Wake Forest volleyball coach William Ferguson listens as his attorney, Shaun G. Clarke, speaks to reporters outside the Boston federal courthouse. (Chris Villani | Law360)

The group includes a former associate athletic director at the University of Southern California and former Division I coaches at USC, the University of California at Los Angeles, Georgetown University and Wake Forest University. The government claims they are all part of a $25...

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