Rick Karcher, an attorney and six-year director of the Center for Law and Sports at the Florida Coastal School of Law, has researched and written about player-agent regulation.
Reached Thursday in a telephone interview, Karcher said the criminal allegations related to the UNC football scandal are the exception not the norm. The criminal indictments handed up by an Orange County grand jury this week send a caution to rogue and cavalier agents ignoring the rules, he said.
“We’ve seen so many cases over the ages where states never get involved,” Karcher said. “The larger message of this is: although most states are not enforcing their state agents acts, you never know when a state might decide to do so.”
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