With College Football just around the corner, this is one of the most developing stories of the recent decade. Should the NCAA give the Heisman back to Reggie Bush is one of the most controversial topics in college football right now, as so many college football fans have mixed options of it. Reggie was one of the best running backs in college football in this decade. Got stripped of his Heisman Trophy he won back in 2005 for breaking the NCAA policy. Reggie rushed for 1,740 in 2005 on 200 attempts, with 478 receiving yards and 18 TD’S combined. In one of the best years college football has ever seen, but will the NCAA do the right thing?
The Situation With Reggie Bush.
Reggie Bush got stripped of his Heisman Trophy he won back in 2005 which sent the college football world in a shock. Reggie got stripped of the Heisman back in 2005 over allegations that he received gifts from his agent while playing football at USC. So the biggest question on everybody’s mind is it is fair for the NCAA to strip Reggie. When none of it had to do with his talents on the football field. Because in all honesty, all Reggie did was take a house in near the USC campus from the coaches and his agent. So he would have somewhere to stay. So is it fair to strip him of something that had nothing to do with the situation?
The answer is that they should give it back to Reggie Bush because the allegations had nothing to do with his talents on the football field. If Bush was taking some kind of PED. Or something to help him perform on the football field it would be a different story. And a different perspective on the situation. Will the NCAA give the Heisman back we shall see.
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