The indictment states that Singer explained in an August 2018 phone call that Sui's son could be "guaranteed" admission to UCLA in exchange for $400,000.
Another co-conspirator, Laura Janke, then created a fake soccer profile for Sui's son -- featuring a photo of a different person -- that described him as a top soccer player for two private clubs in Canada, the indictment says.
Through a translator, Singer told Sui to wire him $100,000 on October 24, 2018, which would then be "paid to the coach at UCLA" in exchange for a letter of intent from the men's soccer coach, prosecutors said.
Janke, the former USC assistant women's soccer coach, pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy in May. Her main role in the scheme was to create fake athletic profiles that made the children of wealthy parents appear to be talented athletes, prosecutors say.
Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey appeared to share a heated exchange with head coach Doug Marrone on the sideline of Sunday's game against the Houston Texans.
Ramsey and Marrone could be seen yelling towards one another in the first quarter on Sunday and needed to be separated by other players and coaches on the bench.
The exchange seems to have stemmed from an incident just moments earlier when Ramsey appeared to shove Marrone away from him while coming off the field in frustration.
It's the second time in as many weeks that the Jaguars have had to deal with frustrated players causing headlines.
During the team's Week 1 matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs, linebacker Myles Jack was ejected after throwing a punch at Chiefs wide receiver Demarcus Robinson and needed to be escorted off the field.