Photos: USC Players At NFL Agent-Hosted Party

Friday USC running back Dillon Baxter was deemed ineligible by the school after USC’s compliance office found he had committed an NCAA violation by accepting a ride in a golf cart on campus from USC student Teague Egan on Thursday.

Teague Egan USC Party Photo

(USC players at Egan company’s party - pic posted by Jordan Campbell)

Egan is no ordinary student. He’s also a registered agent with the NFL Players Association and CEO of 1st Round Enterprises - an entertainment agency fronting what appears to be a glorified party planning company. (For now.)

Teague Egan USC Party Photo

(U of L’s Campbell is listed as “partner” on NFL agent’s official website)

While Baxter’s eligibilty is reportedly expected to be reinstated by the NCAA in short order, his brush with Egan has set off alarm bells as to how many other USC players may have improper relationships with the registered NFL player agent.

Teague Egan USC Party Photo

If photos from First Round’s official Facebook page are any indication, it appears those concerns may be justified. Read more…

Carroll: Doing The Right Thing Is A Challenge

So what is USC doing during their bye week? According to the LOS ANGELES TIMES, Pete Carroll hopes that it’s anything other than getting arrested, unlike the last free weekend they had, when starting cornerback Shareece Wright was arrested after a fight at a party.

Pete Carroll stars in Do The Right Thing

But Coach Carroll knows that asking his team to do something as complex and harrowing as not gettingin trouble with a whole weekend to kill is a tall order:

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