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FBI arrests four college basketball assistants on charges of fraud

The FBI has arrested four NCAA assistant basketball coaches on charges of fraud as part of a corruption scheme allegedly involving 10 total individuals — also including managers, financial advisers and representatives of a major international sportswear company. The U.S. attorney general has scheduled a noon press conference for Tuesday.

According to indictments unsealed in federal court on Tuesday, the four coaches involved are Auburn assistant coach Chuck Person, Southern California assistant Tony Bland, Arizona assistant Emanuel Richardson and Oklahoma State assistant Lamont Evans.

Names of specific schools were not named, only being referred to as University 3 and University 6.

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