In 2005 the world had been introduced to one of the best collegiate running backs to ever go through the University of Southern California. His name is Reggie Bush and he achieved one of the best personal awards any collegiate football player could want and that would be the Heisman award. Reggie bush played running back for USC in 2005, he was 6 foot tall and weighed 200 pounds, and he played tailback as a sophomore in college and played in 13 games. He was named “Pigskin club of Washington D.C offensive player of the year.” He was also named the2004 PAC-10 offensive player of the year, “Then He was named the 2005 Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive year (just the fifth player ever so honored and the first non-quarterback to do it in 20 years) and also made the All-Pac-10 first team as a tailback (the squad's only unanimous pick) and second team as a punt returner.” Nor do I need to mention that he won the 2005 Heisman trophy award by a landslide. Bush received 2,541 points and beat Young by a staggering 93 points. Everybody knows that bush deserves the Heisman trophy whether they want to admit to it or not Bush was the best. What Reggie Bush did off the field had nothing to do with his on-field performance, the man still worked his tail on in practice and in the weight room, and what he accomplished in two years really shows the kind of player he was for USC. He was a playmaker for them. He had 2,330 all-purpose yards in 2004, the most by a Trojan since Marcus Allen, who had a school-record 2,683 yards in his 1981 Heisman season. The man was a player that’s all there is to say about it. He was the best college football player in 2005, hands down. Now I’m not saying what he did was right because its no, it’s wrong and the school should be punished for their mistake. They shouldn’t have let it go to that extreme and they should have been more on top of their faculty and staff and should not...
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