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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Unlike last seasons 32-point victory for Dayton, this one went down to the wire.Ryan Mikesell made his second 3-pointer of the game with 76 seconds left and Dayton beat Alabama 77-72 on Tuesday.That was a big shot, a really big shot for him, Dayton coach Archie Miller said. Hes a tough-minded kid, hes got guts and I knew when he shot it he would have a chance to make it just because of who he is as a competitor.Alabama coach Avery Johnson called his last timeout to set up a tying 3-point play with 19.5 seconds remaining, but Corban Collins open attempt from the corner was off the mark.Coach Johnson did a really good job of drawing up a play to get us open, Collins said. I just had to take my time and I rushed it a little bit. But like coach said, its something we can look at in film and fix, and next time we see that situation we know how to handle it better.Scoochie Smith made three of Daytons nine 3-pointers and scored 20 points. Charles Cooke had 19 points and 10 rebounds for Dayton (2-0), which connected on 24 of 44 shots from the floor while Alabama made only 23 of 59 (39 percent). Mikesell and Josh Cunningham each scored 12 points.Really, really hard fought game, especially early in the season to come out on the road and find a way to get a win was big for our group, Miller said.Collins and Braxton Key scored 15 points apiece for the Crimson Tide (1-1), which outrebounded the Flyers 40-28, including 18-5 on the offense end. Dazon Ingram had 14 points and seven assists.Where we wouldve lost the game, obviously would have been on the glass, Miller said. Obviously we could not rebound the ball like a college basketball team today so thats something were going to take into account.BIG PICTUREDayton: The Flyers found themselves one spot outside the Top 25 this week, but with a win over the Crimson Tide, Dayton could be poised to move up next week.Alabama: The Crimson Tide lost to Dayton for the second consecutive year and must now wait for another chance to prove itself on a national stage.INJURY REPORTDaytons Josh Cunningham was fouled on a one-handed dunk to give his team a four-point lead in the final three seconds. 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ZURICH -- Soccer great Franz Beckenbauer is a criminal suspect in a World Cup fraud case.Beckenbauers home in Austria was raided for evidence on Thursday on behalf of Swiss federal prosecutors investigating corruption linked to FIFA. Switzerlands attorney generals office said they had opened criminal proceedings against Beckenbauer and three other German members of the 2006 World Cup organizing committee.The four are suspected of fraud, money laundering, criminal mismanagement and misappropriation relating to a payment of 6.7 million euros ($7.3 million) to FIFA in 2005.Searches of premises or searches on a cooperative basis for the collection of evidence were carried out in eight separate locations (in Austria and Germany) at the same time today, the Swiss federal prosecution office said in a statement. In addition, various suspects were questioned by or on behalf of the Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland.Beckenbauers lawyers said he is cooperating with all authorities involved.Franz Beckenbauer has supported the Swiss federal prosecutors investigations since he has known about them, and cooperated constructively in todays search, lawyers Werner Leitner and Michael Nesselhauf said in a statement reported by German news agency dpa.Three of the suspects are past or current members of FIFA ruling committee: Beckenbauer, Theo Zwanziger and Wolfgang Niersbach.Niersbach, whose term expires in 2019, was banned for one year by the FIFA ethics committee in July for not reporting suspected wrongdoing.The fourth criminal suspect is Horst Schmidt, vice president of the 2006 organizing committee.Beckenbauer, Zwanziger and Schmidt have also been under investigation for suspected bribery by the FIFA ethics committee for several months.The Swiss criminal case, formally opened last November but confirmed only on Thursday, has caused turmoil at the soccer federation of world champion Germany and tarnished the reputation of a World Cup that was a popular success. In Germany, the 2006 tournament has become known as its Summer Fairytale.It also threatens to wreck the reputation of the 70-year-old Beckenbauer, arguably the nations greatest ever player. The former Bayern Munich and New York Cosmos defender captained and coached West Germany to World Cup titles, then organized the tournament.It is suspected that the suspects willfully misled their fellow members of the executive board of the organizing committee for the 2006 World Cup, the Swiss prosecution office said. This was presumably done by the use of false pretenses or concealment of the truth, thus inducing the other committee members to act in a manner that caused (the German soccer federation) a financial loss.Beckenbauer headed his countrys bid to win the hosting rights in 2000 in a vote of the FIFA executive committee. Germany won 12-11 in a final-round vote againnst a South Africa bid backed by Nelson Mandela.dddddddddddd Beckenbauer then chaired the organizing committee.In February, the German soccer federation published a 361-page inquiry report that tried to explain a complex trail about payments of 6.7 million euros ($7.3 million) and 10 million Swiss francs ($10 million) being investigated by German and Swiss authorities.The money linked Beckenbauer, then-FIFA president Sepp Blatter, one-time FIFA power broker Mohamed bin Hammam and Robert Louis-Dreyfus, the late former Adidas executive and former part owner of Swiss marketing agency Infront.That inquiry, by law firm Freshfields, suggested a deeper involvement than previously suspected of Beckenbauer, who later joined the FIFA executive committee from 2007-11.It said the payment by the German federation to FIFA on April 27, 2005, was falsely declared by the World Cup organizing committee for an opening gala, but was intended for Louis-Dreyfus. That same day, FIFA transferred the money to a Swiss account set up by Louis-Dreyfus.The inquiry report said Blatter was aware of the payment, though the former FIFA president has denied the claim.Swiss jurisdiction in the proceedings is based on the fact that certain of the alleged criminal acts were carried out in Switzerland, which is also the suspected place of unlawful enrichment, the federal prosecution office said.In a separate investigation, German prosecutors and tax officials suspect tax evasion by the national soccer federation. That case led Niersbach and Helmut Sandrock to resign in recent months as the federations president and general secretary, respectively.The Swiss case announced Thursday did not mention Stefan Hans, chief financial officer for the 2006 organizing committee, who is also suspected in the FIFA ethics case.Swiss federal prosecutors are investigating the 2006 World Cup allegations as part of a wider probe of FIFAs business. It has already put Blatter under criminal investigation for two separate acts of suspected financial mismanagement.Swiss prosecutors are also working with the U.S. Department of Justice in its extensive investigation of corruption in world soccer.The American case has indicted more than 40 individuals and marketing agencies, including several former FIFA vice presidents, and has targeted $10 million in supposed bribes paid by South Africas successful bid to host the 2010 World Cup.Despite his legal issues, Niersbach is still a member of the executive committees of FIFA and European soccer body UEFA, after being elected last year by European member federations.UEFA said Thursday that Niersbach is not being replaced while he is not charged with any criminal offense and is appealing his FIFA ethics ban. ' ' '

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