Trials are over, but confusion still rampant in college basketball's corruption scandal

Since the U.S. Attorney office for the Southern District of New York held a news conference, since four men then serving as Division I coaches were arrested and placed into custody and since NCAA president Mark Emmert appointed the ill-considered Rice Commission, there have been many who waited for something seismic to occur college basketball. (Sporting News)

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