Bush Voluntarily Returns Heisman: Is that an indirect confession of guilt?

Posted: September 15, 2010 by Davey Jacobson in Ducky D, Football, NCAA
Reggie Bush Accepts Heisman

Reggie Bush received 2,541 votes in 2005 and was overwhelmingly declared the winner of the Heisman Trophy

So today, September 15, 2010, Reggie Bush decided to return the Heisman Trophy he won back in 2005. President of the Heisman Trust Bill Dockery said in an interview on ESPN’s College Football Live that “there will be no winner” for the 2005 Heisman Trophy.

Now that it’s done, it’s likely that everyone’s going to say that he is guilty of accepting improper benefits and that he deserves all the hell that comes with being a cheater. Well, this blogger feels this way: it’s over and done with, and this will be THE LAST TIME Reggie Bush’s Heisman Trophy debacle is discussed by the Sports Moronz. Will we ever know the truth? Do we already know it? Who knows? Actually, who cares???

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Comments
  1. Chris Ross says:

    Hey great blog you got over here, keep it up! To be honest I don’t think that Bush giving up the Heisman is all that big a deal. The thing is that you can’t take away the fact that he still did all those great things. It wasn’t steroids it was something else, not specified which to be isn’t a big deal in the big picture. Also, you think you could check out my blog cuz I really wanna hear your thoughts on mine. http://chrisross91.wordpress.com/2010/09/15/who-cares-about-reggie-bush-giving-back-the-heisman/

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