As everyone knows, USC is already on probation for the Reggie Bush and apparently one alum doesn't really care if they ever get off probation. Teague Egan is much more concerned with his budding party planning/sports agency.
Southern Cal warned a current student that is registered as an agent before he gave a golf cart ride that resulted in running back Dillon Baxter missing the team's loss to Oregon State.
A school official met with Teague Egan, who is the CEO of 1st Round Enterprises, and told him that driving players in his golf cart would be against NCAA rules. Baxter was seen Thursday getting a ride from Egan.
"Approximately one week [before Baxter's golf cart ride], USC officials saw Egan in a golf cart on campus and met with him to inquire into his contacts with USC student-athletes," USC vice president for athletic compliance David Roberts told ESPN. "At that time, Egan was asked not to provide any transportation or other benefits to student-athletes."