Ten defendants including a former assistant coach at the University of San Diego and the university’s all-time leading scorer have been indicted on charges of conspiring to bribe National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division college basketball players to alter the outcome of games in order to profit by betting on the games at Las Vegas casinos.

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