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With Jimbo Fisher, Chad Morris, and Jeremy Pruitt now coaching in the SEC, super sports agent Jimmy Sexton now represents 11 of the 14 SEC head coaches in the league.

The only coaches that are not represented by Sexton are LSU's Ed Orgeron, Vanderbilt's Derek Mason, and Mississippi State's Joe Moorhead.

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I swear I though the thumbnail pic was Chris Farley.
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It's not ?
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How does Sexton not have a conflict of interest representing these coaches? They were vying for the same positions... impossible to zealously represent them all since that would conflict. I’m surprised it’s considered “ethical.”
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You don’t the agent business
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They all give each a bump in pay. So, the more he has, the less the "conflict of interest" is in play. If I'm Coach O. I would be getting on the Sexton train.
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Sounds like a monopoly
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Which is why our conference has coaching incest.
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The guy is a fricking cancer on sports
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He may be a cookie monster but he's ours..not Sexton's.
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And yet he couldnt get his alma mater, UT, a coach until now????
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If Ed O gets a couple raises he'll get on Sexton's radar.
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The most impressive thing fat boy has ever done was getting Tebow drafted in the first round.
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Jimmy Sexton = Grand Master of REC. The plan is coming along nicely.
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