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Illegal Procedure: A Sports Agent Comes Clean on the Dirty Business of College Football

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  • Posted July 17, 2012

    Good book,but the author isn't a victim

    Enjoyed how candid Luchs is in the book.Seems to be telling the truth.He does however give off the "I'm a victim" vibe,and wants readers to think he's some kind of crusader.He's not,but he has good stories to tell.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 14, 2012

    Highly Recommended

    It was a good book to understand what agents do to get the guys they want. The way college football is today I don't think it will never be changed. I hope this book will change how agents corrupt how they get college players today.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2012

    Must read for any college sports fan

    Luchs doesnt come off as someone with sour grapes, but as somebody who thinks college sports can change for the better. He has a very entertaining story to tell and some interesting ideas to fix college football.

    Reading this book has left a sour taste in my mouth towards college sports as a whole.

    Have a read and you may be very surprised.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 31, 2012

    The anti=Jerry Maguire - This is an amazing read. The stories ar

    The anti=Jerry Maguire - This is an amazing read. The stories are wild and give you an honost view into the world of sports agants unlike anything I have ever had the opportunity to read. Luchs brings up some very important issues that are impacting college sports and offers some interesting solutions as well. I always feel like these types of books regularly fall short of expectations, but unlike most "tell all" books, this one truly delivers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 29, 2012

    This book is very entertaining, to say the least.

    I've been a college football fan for 20 something years, I always like reading the documentaries of the business of sports.. This book tells the most honest and truthful ideal of the world that we think is so peachy - sports is a dirty business but at least Josh Luchs has no problem not sugar coating it. I've read plenty of books by former players but this seems as real as it can get.

    Thank you Josh for sharing your story, I hope you have success with your book.

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    Posted May 17, 2012

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