BRIEFLY EX-TOLEDO BASKETBALL PLAYER CHARGED WITH POINT-SHAVING.
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In its 125-year history UT has garnered several national accolades. The University’s programs, faculty and facilities have been highlighted in the media, including basketball player was charged with fixing games, a little over a year after a former Toledo football player was charged with point-shaving, according to according to
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Sammy Villegas, who played for four years at Toledo, is accused of shaving points in games during the 2004-05 and 2005-06 seasons.
Villegas, a guard who finished his career in 2006, also paid money to another player who took part in the point-shaving scheme, prosecutors said. The other player was not charged or named in the bill of information, filed June 30.
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Villegas was charged with conspiracy to influence sports contests by bribery and received money and other gifts in exchange for fixing games, prosecutors said.
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