Were the men behind this week's Toledo sports bribery indictments sophisticated gamblers or bumbling losers? Opinion is divided among some familiar with the case.
Six former players -- three each from Toledo's basketball and football programs, as well as two Detroit area businessmen -- were charged with conspiracy to commit sports bribery in an indictment filed in U.S. District Court in Detroit.
Adam Cuomo, a former reserve running back at the University of Toledo, has admitted to being a key figure in an alleged point-shaving scheme.
A former University of Toledo basketball player has been charged with fixing games.