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Aldarius Johnson Signs With Majestic Agents & Consultants

Former University of Miami wide receiver Aldarius Johnson could have had a big 2011 season had he been eligible to play.  However, Johnson remained away from the field of play based on allegations that he received benefits from former University of Miami booster and ponzi schemer Nevin Shapiro.  To make matters worse, Johnson sent a Tweet asking for […]

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Drew Rosenhaus Grabs A Couple Of Hurricanes For 2012 Draft Class

According to Susan Miller Degnan of the Miami Herald, Drew Rosenhaus of Rosenhaus Sports Representation announced this week that he has signed University of Miami quarterback Jacory Harris and linebacker Sean Spence.  Neither signing is surprising, as Rosenhaus has completely dominated with regards to recruiting at the University of Miami over many years. NFLDraftScout.com lists Jacory Harris as […]

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North Carolina To Gain Access To NCAA Documents On Agent Activity

The State of North Carolina and the NCAA have been busy fighting over access to documents regarding findings from the NCAA’s investigation of past NFLPA agent activity on the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill’s campus.  On July 29, 2011, North Carolina’s Secretary of State Elaine Marshall issued a subpoena asking for said documents, which are apparently under the […]

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The National Bowl & D2-D3 Pro Day are Secret Weapons for Small School Players

Sponsored Post Small college players are continually out shined 300-to-1 by players from BIG Division 1FBS schools. The NFL National Scouting Combines invitees are almost exclusively drawn from D1 programs.  Most Pro Days are held at D1 schools, where NFL scouts have the opportunity to see players that don’t make the National Scouting Combine perform […]

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Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Game Taking A Year Off

Yesterday, I woke up to a few tweets explaining that the Texas vs. Nation Game (which was called The NFLPA Game in 2011) has been cancelled until 2013.  The one-year hiatus is claimed to be the result of stadium construction.  Besides Pro Days and the NFL Scouting Combine, college football all-star games are excellent venues for graduating […]

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North Carolina And NCAA Fighting Over Access To Documents

On July 29, 2011, North Carolina’s Secretary of State Elaine Marshall issued a subpoena, which asked for documents and records from the NCAA regarding findings from the NCAA’s investigation of past NFLPA agent activity on the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill’s campus.  The NCAA’s investigation has undoubtedly focused on names like  former UNC associate head coach John Blake, the late […]

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Twitter Education: The Responsibility of a University to Prepare its Athletes

The following is a guest contribution from Heather Brittany (@HeatherBrit).  Heather is currently a law student at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles and Sports Chair of its Entertainment & Sports Law Society. The internet is littered with stories of university coaches banning their players from tweeting.  Most recently, South Carolina football coach Steve Spurrier joined […]

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Football Agent Greg Linton Describes The Dirty Side Of Recruiting

A few days ago, football agent Greg “Tripp” Linton of HOF Player Representatives wrote an article titled, Agent’s Corner: You Want the Truth, You Can’t Handle The Truth…  The article starts with a familiar story to many sports agents in the business – a college coach having an under-the-table relationship with an agent – but a story that is rarely told […]

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Robert Quinn Is One Of Many UNC Drafted Players To Change Agents

As I reported earlier today, Robert Quinn’s former agent Carl Carey, Jr. is suing Quinn, Quinn’s Business Manager, Impact Sports Football, LLC, and two of Impact Sports’ agents based on what I deem to be only two counts worth litigating – 1) tortious interference with contract and conspiracy; and 2) breach of contract.  But the Robert Quinn drama […]

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Michael McAdoo Sues UNC, NCAA To Restore Eligibility

On July 1, 2011, Michael McAdoo filed a Complaint in North Carolina against the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill along with its Chancellor, H. Holden Thorp, and the NCAA.  McAdoo was a football player at UNC until the NCAA ruled that he was permanently ineligible to perform in intercollegiate athletics based on McAdoo’s alleged receipt of $110 in improper […]