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Long before college admissions scandal, universities saw signs of fraud on campus

More than a year before the college admissions scandal investigation began, Georgetown University "discovered irregularities" in the athletic credentials of two tennis recruits, initiated a secret investigation and eventually forced coach Gordon Ernst to resign, court records show.

University officials say those two athletic recruits were denied admission.

But none of Ernst's conduct would become public until he was arrested in March on charges he accepted $2.7 million in bribes between 2012 and 2018. He has pleaded not guilty

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