College Hoops Probe May Fall Short On Thwarting Corruption
Law360 (May 15, 2019, 8:50 PM EDT) -- New York federal prosecutors wrapped up their college basketball corruption probe with more bribery convictions last week, but the investigation’s failure to expand beyond its initial scope tempers the potential impact it will have on alleged corruption throughout college sports.
Federal prosecutors in Manhattan sent shock waves across college sports in September 2017 when they unveiled charges against 10 aspiring agents, assistant coaches, shoe company consultants and others alleging schemes to steer players to certain schools and financial managers with bribes and other illicit payments in violation of NCAA rules.
Twenty months and two jury trials later, prosecutors obtained convictions against...
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