USC IS STILL MAKING MONEY OFF REGGIE BUSH JERSEYS, SO SOME ARGUE WHY SHOULDN’T HE HAVE MADE MONEY OFF SCHOOL?
After four long years, the NCAA may be getting ready to take its pound of flesh from the University of Southern California.
The NCAA has just concluded its longest hearing in the history of college sports. They are investigating the Trojan football and basketball programs in general and former USC running back Reggie Bush specifically. Bush is arguably the biggest cheater in the history of college sports. The school apparently cheated so prolifically that the NCAA is reportedly contemplating going back and stripping Bush of his Heisman Trophy. And, he wasn’t the only Trojan football player violating NCAA rules. Compound that with the fact that former star basketball recruit O.J. Mayo was reportedly PAID CASH to attend USC, and how badly major figures in this case jerked the NCAA around for literally years, and you can imagine how brutal the NCAA investigation of USC was.
The L.A. Times reported that the school had “wheeled out” seven boxes of documents from their three-day NCAA hearing. All USC Athletic Director Mike Garrett would say about the hearings was he is, “Glad it’s over.” The fact that USC has escaped any type of consequences for FOUR years is incomprehensible. It even lead Yahoo! Sports columnist Dan Wetzel to write that we are currently living in the “Golden Age of cheating” in college athletics.
O.J. MAYO AND TIM FLOYD LAND USC BASKETBALL PROGRAM IN TROUBLE