A 28 year-old bookie has been sentenced to almost 3 years in prison plus another 3 years probation for his participation in a game fixing scheme for University of San Diego basketball games. Another 10 people have also been charged with running illegal sports wagering operations and fixing West Coats Conference games, including the school's leading athlete Brandon Johnson, coach TJ Brown and former player Broandon Dowdy. The group placed bets in Las Vegas casinos after having fixed the matches.
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