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JOSH LUCHS was a sports agent from 1990-2008, before being suspended by the NFL Players' Association. He now works as in commercial real estate in Encino, CA.JAMES DALE has collaborated on books with Hall of Fame Pitcher Jim Palmer and renowned sports agent Ron Shapiro. His book with Johns Hopkins cardiologist Dan Munoz is forthcoming this year. He is also the author of The Obvious: Everything You Need to Know About Business. Period.
This book is EXCEPTIONAL and should be required reading by all college football fans.
Most books in this so-called genre are told with ulterior motives and most lack any sort of story-telling flow or valuable revelations.
The stories, like that of former superstar Maurice Clarett will absolutely blow your mind.
This was an inside look at the levels of corruption that go on inside college football programs and how the NCAA turns a blind eye to the vast majority of it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by AdventureReader
Good read. A true, unvarnished account of the life of a sports agent. Read it and decry the greed of the NCAA.Published 9 months ago by ricci graziano
Reform in college sports is long overdue. This book is testament to that. Good read that is worth the timePublished 11 months ago by Jacob Serafini
Eye opening book about the money side of football. We always want the game to be played on the up and up with our idealistic lenses on. Read morePublished 14 months ago by R. Kumpula
I think Josh did a nice job here.
I really enjoyed the book because I really love sports and I also like to hear behind the scenes accounts of how these athletes act. Read more
An interesting look into the (shady) world of college sports, recruiting and agent business, and a mishmash of what appears to be broken rules and policies at all levels - NCAA,... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ilya Grigorik
If you want to hear about the true seedy side of college sports, then about 20% of this book is for you. Read morePublished 18 months ago by R. M. Self
This book review article was coauthored by Josh Luchs - one of the pioneers who conceptualized the idea of dirty business in collegiate football recruiting during the 90's. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Glenda Wright