US Charges 10 in Crackdown on College Basketball Kickbacks

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Four college basketball assistant coaches have been charged by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in a corruption scheme, according to Tom Winter of NBC News.

- Tom Winter (@Tom_Winter) September 26, 2017BREAKING MORE: Emanuel Richardson of Arizona is also a coach who has been charged in the corruption scheme according to court docs.

The FBI has arrested several NCAA assistant basketball coaches, multiple outlets reported.

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The Attorney's Office plans to hold a press conference at 11 a.m. central; download the FOX23 News app for an alert when the conference begins.

They were among 10 people charged in New York City federal court.

From the U.S. Attorney's Office.

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On Tuesday morning, The Department of Justice released a statement announcing a press conference to discuss charges of fraud and corruption being brought against ten people in college basketball.

Evans was hired by OSU head basketball coach Brad Underwood in April 2016.

That includes four college basketball coaches, as well as managers, financial advisors and representatives of a major global sportswear company.

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