Will D.J. Fluker, Luther Davis Controversy Have Wider Implications for Sports Agent Laws in Certain States?

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Will D.J. Fluker, Luther Davis Controversy Have Wider Implications for Sports Agent Laws in Certain States?

by Anthony Caruso on September 18, 2013

In the aftermath of an exclusive Yahoo! Sports report, which implicates five Southeastern Conference football stars in NCAA rule violations, the details of the case may have a broader impact on sports agent laws.

The Yahoo investigation suggests that five players violated NCAA rules by receiving extra benefits prior to completing their collegiate careers. These players accused of receiving the illegal benefits are Alabama offensive tackle D.J. Fluker, Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray, Tennessee defensive end Maurice Couch, Mississippi State defensive tackle Fletcher Cox and Mississippi State receiver Chad Bumphis. According to information retrieved by texts and emails, former Alabama football player Luther Davis is accused of providing these benefits to the players as a middleman for sports agents. The report was able to authenticate Western Union fund transfers, banking statements, flight receipts, and other financial materials.

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