Reggie Bush Has Perfect Reaction To Joe Paterno’s Wins Being Restored
Having the NCAA pretend like you didn't exist is pretty degrading, especially when you're considered one of the most prolific names in college football history. For fans of Penn State, having 111 of Joe Paterno's wins reinstated to the record books is a step toward restoring integrity to a program that infamously looked the other way while one of their employees systematically raped young boys in their facilities.
[USA Today] The NCAA and Pennsylvania lawmakers announced a settlement Friday in the Penn State lawsuit, reaching an agreement that restores 112 football victories to Penn State and directs $60 million – the penalty the school paid in the Jerry Sandusky scandal – to programs serving child sexual abuse.
As for Reggie Bush's forgotten college career (and his 2005 Heisman), well, let's just say the NCAA doesn't take lightly to athletes accepting $290,000. They still consider the three years he spent at USC to have been an optical illusion created by a serendipitous mixture of swamp gas and a weather balloon. USC was actually forced to remove anything even vaguely resembling a Reggie Bush jersey from their campus, all because a 19-year-old kid took money while the school looked the other way. Sound familiar?
Reggie Bush has still never played college football.
— Reggie Bush (@ReggieBush) January 16, 2015
Well put, Reggie.
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