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Who Wins The Heisman if Cameron Newton is Declared Ineligible?

Who Wins The Heisman if Cameron Newton is Declared Ineligible?

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No Heisman, No Cry

It’s official, Reggie Bush will return his Heisman Trophy. Below is his official statement, issued by the New Orleans Saints (who were probably sick of Reggie being their lone bit of bad P.R. right now): “One of the greatest honors of my life was winning the Heisman Trophy in 2005. For me, it was a dream […]

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Wide Open Heisman Races and 2010

Heading into the season, 2010 is shaping up to be the most wide-open Heisman race I’ve seen since I started this blog back in 2004. While Terrell Pryor is the front runner, he’s not exactly a slam dunk selection.  There are legitimate cases to be made that five or six other players could be considered front runners as well. I think […]

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Trojan Links

Here is a Monday round-up of all things Troy from the past week or so: New AD Pat Haden has been a well profiled man this past week.  We’ve linked to it previously, but the LA Times David Wharton wrote a comprehensive piece detailing Haden’s impressive resume.  According to Forbes.com, “By all accounts, Haden represents […]

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On Bush Heisman, Opinions Are Like Kardashians

Delightful piece of journalism by PEOPLE magazine last week, as everyone’s fave brain candy dispenser polled Kim Kardashian on USC’s decision to throw the Trojan belongings of her ex-beau Reggie Bush onto the 110 Freeway. “Reggie worked hard for that Heisman and deserves it. He earned it! I really don’t think it’s fair to give […]

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USC to Return Replica Bush Heisman

USC is shipping the replica Heisman trophey that Reggie Bush won to the Heisman Trophy Trust later this month. They are also taking down any singage, banners or images of Reggie Bush and O.J. Mayo. If you go to Heritage Hall next month, you won’t see anything Reggie, but you will still see some O.J. […]

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Trojan DePo: The Tao of Pete

TrojanWire’s Devon Pollard poses with Seattle head coach Pete Carroll following ESPN’s Lunch with a Legend radio broadcast at Morton’s the Steakhouse in Santa Ana. Reggie Bush aside, Pete Carroll stands as one of the most polarizing figures among the USC population. To many, he’s like the dad that ran out on the family just […]

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Top 10 Running Backs for 2010

HP’s preview of the 2010 season continues with a look at the top 10 running backs.  See the top 10 receivers here and the top 10 tight ends here. 1. Ryan Williams, Virginia Tech–It looks to me like Williams is the complete package.  He’s got size, speed, vision, toughness and a nose for the end […]

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Source: USC AD Will Be Gone At End Of Summer

Ben Bolch of the L.A. TIMES reports on reaction from USC Athletic Director Mike Garrett to recently enacted NCAA sanctions now saddling the Trojans football program. Speaking to alumni in San Francisco last night, Garrett said of the penalties: “As I read the decision by the NCAA … I read between the lines and there […]

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Pete Carroll Surprised by Sanctions

Let me get this out there. Right now everyone is suspicious, and rightfully so, of Carroll. That he somehow knew the outcome of the investigation some eight months before the sanctions committee even knew it themselves, and pre-planned to abandon the sinking vessel. Sure. Hold on to that if it makes you feel warm and […]

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NCAA verdict on USC, Reggie Bush on hold at least another weekend

Long-time followers of the NCAA’s sprawling, four-year investigation into Reggie Bush’s last two years at Southern California will be shocked – shocked! – to learn that another media-imposed deadline for answers will apparently pass without event. A widely accepted report by ESPN Los Angeles last weekend had everyone convinced that Friday was the day the […]

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