Federal prosecutors unveiled fraud and bribery indictments on Tuesday against NCAA coaches and representatives from a major sportswear company that were the product of a two-year investigation that the U.S. attorney in Manhattan said exposed the “dark underbelly” of college basketball.

A group of 10 defendants, including four NCAA Division I men’s basketball coaches and a high-level Adidas executive were arrested and charged with crimes in relation to two schemes.

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