Europe's union joint police body announced Monday that it uncovered more than 680 suspicious soccer matches and evidence that a crime gang is involved in fixing matches after an investigation.
Some of the matches included World Cup and European Championship qualifiers and two Champions League games and the crime association is based in Singapore, according to Europol.
The investigation by Europol concluded that 380 of the suspicious matches were European matches and the other 300 were mostly in Africa, Asia, and Central and South America.
Participation in the corruption included 425 match officials, club officials, players and criminals from at least 15 countries who were involved in fixing the games as far back as 2008, according to Europol. It would not name specific suspects, teams or games because of ongoing national police investigations.
The investigation found nearly $11 million worth of betting profits and $2.7 million in bribes to players and officials that have already led to several prosecutions.
--A Cal State Fullerton assistant women's basketball coach and her fiance were found shot to death on Sunday in Irvine, Calif.
Monica Quan, 28, was in her second season as a Titans assistant coach, and she and her fiance Keith Lawrence, 27, were found dead in a car in the parking structure of their living complex, the Orange County Register reported. Police found no motive, and had no suspects. Apparently the couple was not robbed.
--- Indiana moved into the No. 1 spot in both major polls, which were released Monday.
It is the fifth straight week there has been a new No. 1 team in the AP top 25 media poll -- the first time since 2008-09.
Indiana (20-2) received 58 of 65 first place votes. No. 2 Florida (18-2) picked up the remaining votes while moving up from fourth a week ago. The Hoosiers got 25 of 31 first place votes in the USA Today coaches poll. No. 2 Florida received the remaining six votes.
--The Minnesota Wild sent forward Darroll Powe and minor-league forward Nick Palmieri to the New York Rangers in exchange for forward Michael Rupp.
The Wild also recalled top prospect Charlie Coyle, who was expected to make his NHL debut on Monday against Phoenix.
--St. Louis Blues right wing Vladimir Tarasenko was named NHL Rookie of the Month for January, the league announced Monday.
Tarasenko led all rookies in scoring with nine points (five goals, four assists) in seven games.