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Bribes in the Name of Amateurism: The FBI and the NCAA

On February 25, 2018 By irjoyce

In late September, the FBI arrested ten individuals with connections to NCAA college basketball on bribery and corruption charges. These individuals included assistant basketball coaches at the University of Arizona, Auburn University, the University of Southern California, and Oklahoma State University, as well as an executive from Adidas. Recently, Continue Reading

The Fix (Might) Be On

On June 21, 2011 By Paul Russell

According to a report from German newspaper Der Spiegel, FIFA (soccer’s international governing body) is looking into suspicious betting patterns during several recent soccer matches. In particular, during a recent exhibition match between Nigeria and Argentina, more than $1.5 million was wagered in the final ten minutes of the game that Argentina [...]

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