If you had asked me when I was a student at the University of Florida who is Huntley Johnson, my answer would have been this: The guy who represents all the football players. Football players exist in the bizarre NCAA unreality where those in power refuse to pay their most necessary workers a living wage but somehow they still land the best defense lawyer in town every time. Johnson was and is a very good defense lawyer and a Florida alum; the popular photo of him shows a pile of Gators caps in his office.
That’s the expected narrative. What’s happened lately is different; Johnson has turned his investigative prowess on his alma matter itself.
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
"This Is What Happens When A College Football Fixer Goes Rogue"
Labels: college sports, football, law, sports