Figured. I knew there was something fishy going on with him and his family.
He was in trouble taking money from a prospective agent during his senior year, letting the company pay for the rent while his family stayed in some palacial mansion on the beach, etc.
The NCAA needs to do something about all this. We all know he isn't the only one that does this stuff.
give his hiesman to vince young lol
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Keep dreaming!....lolOriginally Posted by koopa
Finally someone sheds some light on this topic. I have been wondering what was up with it because it was starting to seem like it was being pushed under the rug!
The best part of the article:
There is nothing more that I would love to see than USC having their national title rescinded and to see Reggie's Heisman stripped from him. This program was talked about entirely to much and to see the team was tainted now, makes it that much better Yes, I'm loving every moment of this! The only people I feel sorry for are his teamates who did no wrong doing... what a selfish act he pulled, especially his family!If the NCAA rules that Bush received extra benefits during his playing career at USC, he could be ruled retroactively ineligible. Since some of the benefits date back to the 2004 season, the Trojans' national championship that season could be rescinded. USC could face further NCAA sanctions and Bush's 2005 Heisman Trophy could be in jeopardy. The Heisman ballot indicates that an athlete must meet NCAA eligibility requirements to be considered for college football's most prestigious award.
Maybe USC should sue him for damages.......lol
I would like to see that!Originally Posted by Steelersfan
There is another player that is involved with investigation as well, I don't know whatever became of his situation though. The same company was giving him money because they wanted to represent him too.
I don't see why they can't sue them as long as the school had nothing to do with it. You may find that USC isn't as innocent as people may think though.
And that could go for all the bigtime colleges.
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