Another Guilty Plea In Point-Shaving Scandal
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DETROIT (AP) Another guilty plea in Detroit federal court in the University of Toledo sports point-shaving scandal.
Ex-Rockets basketball player Harvey “Scooter” McDougle Jr admits he accepted five thousand dollars in bribes from a Sterling Heights businessman for inside information about the team in 2004 and ’05.
He’ll likely face up to six months in prison. McDougle is the third ex- Toledo athlete to plead guilty.
Former football player Quinton Broussard is expected to enter a guilty plea early next month.