Former UCLA soccer coach gets 8 months in prison in U.S. college scandal

By Nate Raymond BOSTON (Reuters) – A former men’s soccer coach at the University of California, Los Angeles was sentenced on Friday to eight months in prison after admitting he accepted $200,000 in bribes to facilitate the admission of two students as fake athletic recruits. Jorge Salcedo, 48, is among several sports coaches at top universities, including Yale and Georgetown, who federal prosecutors in Boston have brought charges against related to the U.S. college admissions scandal. He is one of 57 people charged over a scheme in which wealthy parents conspired with California college admiss…

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