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USC Players Pictured at a Teague Egan 1st Round Entertainment Group Party

Highly-touted freshman running back Dillon Baxter found himself in trouble with USC once again last week. Baxter did not travel with the team to Oregon State after it was discovered he accepted a golf cart ride across campus from Teague Egan, a certified agent. Egan also happens to be a USC student, so the image of Van Wilder tooling around in his sled must be percolating through your mind.

Ordinarily we wouldn’t give a second thought to this non-incident, but the mini-violation brought Egan’s 1st Round Entertainment group to prominence. USC site Conquest Chronicles did some digging and found pictures of a 1st Round party where several current and former Trojans football players were in attendance, as site contributor Black Jack shared with us.


(from L-R) Chris Galippo, Everson Griffen, Jordan Campbell

In pictures from the group’s facebook page, you can see the likes of current players Chris Galippo, C.J. Gable, Daniel Harper, Jordan Campbell, Ryan McMahon, Malcolm Smith, and Shareece Wright, and former players Taylor Mays and Everson Griffen partying it up. Just being at a party isn’t an NCAA violation, but the mere association of the several players with a known NFL agent could be a problem.

There’s no doubt Lane Kiffin and the Trojans have warned the players about associating with Egan after what happened with Baxter. Now if you’re wondering about 1st Round Entertainment, think of them as the Seinfeld of promoters; they’re a group about nothing. The “company’s” vision as described on its Web site is nothing but a bunch of sentence fragments, with sayings borrowed from Talladega Nights. Teague Egan is nothing more than a Josh Luchs wanna-be who should be avoided by all college players, and despised by USC fans for getting the players into trouble.

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  • Anonymous

    Seriously? how stupid are humans?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_LFHZJGW4Y6KIH725OXU2FN6V3A Joel

    USC could argue that these guys haven’t played even if they’ve been in uniform and on the field. The last two years have been two of the worst defenses in USC’s history.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_LFHZJGW4Y6KIH725OXU2FN6V3A Joel

    Spinmax, you are corrrect. Besides everythig else about agents, mugging for photos can be quite damaging.

  • Anonymous

    First off you guys are all idiots. Teague has been friends with the entire football team for YEARS. don’t hate on a kid that continually progresses and is trying to big things with his life!

    ALL of those pictures were taken prior to him becoming an agent and I’m sure the golf cart incident was him being nice to a friend and giving him a ride to class. This whole thing has been blown out of proportion and you should all feel stupid.

  • http://larrybrownsports.com Larry Brown

    Sounds like someone trying to defend a buddy. Are you going to tell me none of that stuff happened with the intention of getting close to the players before becoming an agent? And now that he is one, you don’t think any of that stuff crosses lines? Amateur athletes are not allowed to consort with agents.

  • Anonymous

    Yes, I know Teague personally, but I wouldn’t call him a friend. I know for a fact he was close with the football players before the thought of becoming an agent even came into his head. Your giving him too much credit if you think he’s that smart or manipulative!

    After the success of 1st Round Records they decided to attack as many aspect as they could which lead to 1st Round Enterprises as the parent company to it’s first round sub companies. Having been there when he first came up with the idea I can promise you that he had no ill intentions with the team.

    Smart guy, sometimes. Evil kid, not really. I only said something because while he plays it off as if he doesn’t care I know deep down it sucks for his name to be trashed when he wasn’t really trying to cause any problems.

  • http://larrybrownsports.com Larry Brown

    Even if those weren’t his intentions, it’s pretty obvious he knows what he’s doing now that he’s a certified agent. He knows he’s breaking the rules.