Phillips, an agent who earned his undergraduate and law degree from the University of Alabama, can laugh away the association to a peddler of prostitution. "The bad apples — the pimps — are spoiling the game," Phillips said. "It’s only going to mean more restrictions. What’s next? Me, as two-time alumni of that university and an agent, I can’t go to games because of rogue agents? It’s getting to the point where enforcing it is getting grossly unfair. You’ve got to protect your players if the NFL won’t do it and the states won’t truly find a way to bring these guys down."Ledger-Enquirer: Agent Tells His Side of the Story Interesting to see the perspective of an agent in all this mess. As Kleph pointed out the other day, Saban was not referring to all agents as pimps, and it's nice to see that not all our former players are represented by a guy like Alvin Keels.