With one and done (one year of school, followed by an NBA contract) school tenures, big money television contracts, high-priced shoe deals, and an entire ecosystem of slimeballs looking to get a piece of the action, it’s not all that surprising that there are some underhanded deals and illegal payoffs happening in NCAA basketball. It’s a little more surprising that people got caught. ESPN with the step-by-step process of how the words ‘corruption’ and ‘fraud’ came to college basketball. It all started with Marty Blazer, an informant who agreed to wear a wire. And if you can’t trust a guy with a name like Marty Blazer, who can you trust?