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Ya mean someone from $C is dirty? Heavens to betsy, what a dreadful idea. An entire sports system founded on greed in a university ruled by money was affected by money? Did anyone not see this coming?

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If the NCAA rules that Bush received extra benefits during his playing career at USC, he could be ruled retroactively ineligible. Since some of the benefits date to the 2004 season, the Trojans' national championship that season could be rescinded. USC could face further NCAA sanctions and Bush's 2005 Heisman Trophy could be in jeopardy. The Heisman ballot indicates that an athlete must meet NCAA eligibility requirements to be considered for college football's most prestigious award.

"I respectfully decline to comment on the media frenzy regarding Reggie Bush, his family and his college career," David Cornwell, Bush's attorney, said Wednesday. Ya mean someone from $C is dirty? Heavens to betsy, what a dreadful idea. An entire sports system founded on greed in a university ruled by money was affected by money? Did anyone not see this coming?


Answer:
Major college sports has gotten to the point where it's not so much that athletes are playing for the college but for the college's boosters bragging about how good their alma mater is.



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