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Sunday, September 17th 2006

More Reggiegate

Reggie has repeatedly denied on television interviews, since the Yahoo! report, that he did nothing wrong. He even called Coach Carroll to reaffirm that.

Over at CFN they think the NCAA would be foolish to try to rewrite history.

You’re too late, NCAA. Reggie Bush won the 2005 Heisman. USC won a national title, played in another championship game, and earned all the money it deserved from the BCS appearances over the last three years. Now there’s talk of wiping the record books of all of those things if Bush, while still in school, and his family, as has been alleged, took around $100,000 from a sports marketing company.

You’re too late.

If someone had caught Bush violating NCAA rules at the time, when he was still eligible, that’s one thing, but you can’t tag USC retroactively. The games happened. The memories are there. If you want to punish the school in the future by taking away scholarships and bowl eligibility, that’s another story, but you can’t rewrite history.