Reggie Bush’s disassociation with USC ended Wednesday and now the previous school soccer operating back has his sights set on getting his Heisman Trophy back.
A part of the NCAA’s sanctions towards USC and Bush was him giving up his Heisman. However now that the disassociation is over, the previous Trojans star talked about the opportunity of getting the award back.
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“To say that I don’t want the Heisman back would be a lie… Also, at the same time, I’m more focused on the kids now because what happened to me is in the past,” Bush informed FOX Sports activities’ Colin Cowherd on “The Herd.”
The disassociation began in June 2010 as a part of sanctions that included a two-year postseason ban, a lack of 14 wins and 30 scholarships, in line with ESPN. USC acquired the penalty after it was decided Bush acquired improper advantages whereas enjoying for the Trojans.
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“When I was hired to represent the Trojan Family as the Director of Athletics, I committed to listening and learning before leading. Throughout this process, one of the consistent themes that emerged from my discussions was how much Reggie Bush means to our former players, USC alumni, and fans everywhere,” athletic director Mike Bohn stated in a press release.
“I’ve enjoyed getting to know Reggie and so many of his teammates, and I’m pleased his disassociation has ended so that we can welcome him back to our family. I’m confident that Reggie will use his incredible platform and influential voice to support and empower all of our student-athletes.”
Bush stated in a separate assertion: “I’ve dreamed of this day for 10-plus years, and I’m excited to come home!”
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Bush was barred from campus however was allowed to return as a part of his position as a FOX Sports activities analyst when the Trojans performed on the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum final 12 months.