Wake Forest coach charged in college admissions scam resigns

The Wake Forest women's volleyball coach resigns amid allegations he accepted $100,000 bribe to recruit a waitlisted student

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- The Wake Forest women's volleyball coach named in a scheme to help get wealthy children into elite schools has resigned.

Federal prosecutors allege a college counseling business directed money to the program and a camp controlled by Ferguson in exchange for help getting a student admitted.

Ferguson has pleaded not guilty. His attorney has said Ferguson is innocent and "does not belong in this indictment."