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Former Auburn guard Varez Ward pleads not guilty to game-fixing charges


Former Auburn guard Varez Ward pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges related to game-fixing during the 2011-12 season college basketball season. The plea comes two days after grand jury indictment papers (posted below) against the former player were made public. (CBS Sports)


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