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'Tip of the iceberg': More charges expected this month in college basketball scandal

LOS ANGELES - During a news conference last month, William F. Sweeney Jr., the assistant director in charge of the New York FBI office, cautioned college basketball coaches about the bribery and corruption case that's shaken the sport.

"We have your playbook," he said.

The wide-ranging investigation continues to expand two weeks after federal prosecutors in New York charged 10 men

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