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How to Correct College Football's Agent Crisis

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When reports emerged in the days preceding that 2006 draft that would-be marketing agents had provided USC running back Reggie Bush's family with rent-free housing, no one could have imagined that the case eventually would threaten to revolutionize the manner in which we think about amateur athletes who earn millions for American universities, with the vast majority of the money never being paid to any of them.

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