Guilty Pleas in Toledo Point-Shaving Scandal
December 9, 2010
Four former athletes at the University of Toledo will plead guilty to charges related to fixing the outcome of football and men's basketball games, The Toledo Blade reported. The allegations concern a two-year period starting in December 2004.
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