Reggie Bush Releases Statement Wanting His Heisman Trophy Reinstated!
Read on since Reggie Bush has “reached out to both the NCAA and The Heisman Trust in regard to the reinstatement of my college records and the return of my Heisman.”
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CelebnSports247.com reports that the NCAA-approved student-athletes benefitting from their name, image, and likeness so what about Reggie Bush and his Heisman Trophy?
Former college player Reggie Bush wants his records cleared and his Heisman Trophy back, — but it doesn’t appear it will reverse its actions against former USC star.
Bush won the Heisman Trophy in 2005, but his records were vacated in 2010 after it was determined he received improper benefits at the school. He ended up forfeiting the Heisman Trophy as well.
Reggie Bush, 36, told TMZ Sports that he has tried to get his record cleared based on a new name, image, and likeness rules, but it hasn’t worked.
He released this statement:
Over the last few months, on multiple occasions, my team and I have reached out to both the NCAA and The Heisman Trust in regard to the reinstatement of my college records and the return of my Heisman.
We left multiple messages for Michael Comerford, the President of the Heisman Trust but instead received a call from Rob Whalen, the Executive Director, who stated that Mr. Comerford would not be calling us back and that, in any event, they could not help us.