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Former University of San Diego basketball star Brandon Johnson was sentenced to six months in prison Friday for his role in a game-fixing scheme.
Turning a downtrodden college football program around has many rewards, including bowl appearances, but it also places a target on those who helped shape the upswing.
Maryland (20-1-2) will advance to the College Cup in Hoover, Ala., for the first time since 2008 when it won the national championship. The Terps will face the Georgetown Hoyas, who defeated the University of San Diego 3-1 earlier in the day to advance to the round of four.
A California man has pleaded guilty to federal charges that he was part of a betting ring involving the University of San Diego's basketball team.
George Coetzee of South Africa, the last one into the 64-man field at the Match Play Championship, is making his American debut at Dove Mountain _ at least as a professional.
Maybe it was wishful thinking or even naivete, he speculated later, but when Zach Walters was called into his manager's office in South Bend, Ind., on Friday, July 30, his heart sank. Traded? How could he be traded?
In the past 30-plus years, John Harbaugh holds a 1-0 record against his brother, Jim, in all things competition.
A well-known former University of San Diego basketball player has made an appearance in federal court in a sports bribery case.
University of San Diego President Mary E. Lyons said Friday that she and the school's trustees have "unwavering support" for men's basketball coach Bill Grier and athletic director Ky Snyder as the FBI investigates a bribery case involving two former players and a former assistant coach.
Eight of 10 people charged with running a betting ring involving the University of San Diego's basketball team have pleaded not guilty.
The NCAA plans to conduct its own investigation into an alleged basketball gambling ring at the University of San Diego but will wait until the FBI completes its work.
A former University of San Diego assistant basketball coach and two former players are among 10 people indicted in an alleged conspiracy to affect the outcome of games, federal authorities revealed Monday.
Prosecutors have announced an indictment charging a former University of San Diego assistant basketball coach and two former players in an alleged conspiracy to affect the outcome of games.
A former University of San Diego star basketball player, another former player and a former assistant coach were charged with running a sports betting business to affect the outcome of games, federal authorities said Monday.