- Associated Press - Wednesday, November 23, 2011

HONOLULU (AP) - University of Hawaii head football coach Greg McMackin plans to talk to reporters about point-shaving allegations involving players.

The university says the admissions office received an anonymous letter Nov. 3 accusing unnamed players of intentionally playing poorly to affect the final score as part of a gambling scheme.

The NCAA says it’s taking the allegations seriously and has been in contact with the school since early this month. The association says such a crime threatens the well-being of student-athletes and the integrity of intercollegiate sports.

Honolulu police and the NCAA were notified. But authorities said they don’t have enough information to launch an investigation.

The Warriors won 10 games in 2010 but have five wins and six losses this year with two games left in the regular season.

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