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UNC: Quinn, Austin, Little Sent Disassociation Letters

The latest in the long line of news items that seem to keep popping up despite the NCAA investigation into UNC football being concluded over a year ago. UNC recently sent another round of disassociation letters to individuals indicted in conjunction with the Secretary of State's probe into agent activity. In addition to those letters, UNC officially severed all ties with former...
Via SCACC Hoops
November 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Cowboys sign Marvin Austin for D-line depth

The Dallas Cowboys’ defensive line situation is far from ideal. Defensive end DeMarcus Ware‘s thigh injury will likely keep him sidelined for at least another week or two, and fellow defensive end Anthony Spencer is out for the rest of the year after undergoing microfracture surgery. Defensive tackle Jay Ratliff spent this season on the PUP list before the Cowboys decided to...
Via NFL Injury Report
October 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Agent Arrested For Paying College Players

Agent Terry Watson was arrested Wednesday for allegedly giving gifts to college football players. The players he allegedly paid all played for the North Carolina Tar heels. Watson paid them in cash among other things in an effort to get them to sign autographs. Terry Watson is accused of giving the players $20,457.24 in benefits to ex Tar Heel Greg Little, $1,525.74 to Robert Quinn...
Via Universal Takeover Sports Network
October 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Investigation: Former UNC Players ID Agent Paying Them

((ht: wralsportsfan.com)) So, a sports agent in Marietta, Georgia was the guy sending money to University of North Carolina football players over the past few years. That's what the North Carolina Secretary of State's office says after they started investigating Sports Agents. The investigation was triggered nearly 3-years ago after the NCAA accused multiple players...
Via Online Sports Guys
March 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Agent probed for paying ex-players

Investigators in North Carolina say a Georgia-based sports agent violated sports agent laws by sending cash payments to former Tar Heels football players. In search warrants unsealed Monday, investigators with the Secretary of State's office say Terry Watson of the Watson Sports Agency sent $2,000 cash in 2010 to Marvin Austin, who was dismissed from the team that year for receiving...
Via AP on Fox
March 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Warrant: Agent provided ex-UNC players cash

Investigators in North Carolina say a Georgia-based sports agent violated sports agent laws by sending cash payments to former Tar Heels football players. In search warrants unsealed Monday, investigators with the Secretary of State's office say Terry Watson of the Watson Sports Agency sent $2,000 cash in 2010 to Marvin Austin, who was dismissed from the team that year for receiving...
Via Fox Sports
March 11, 2013  |  Discuss
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