Reggie Bush
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"Reginald Alfred "Reggie" Bush, Jr." is an American football running back for the Detroit Lions of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the USC Trojans football/University of Southern California (USC), where he earned consensus All-American honors twice, and was recognized as the top college running back. He was drafted by the New Orleans Saints second overall in the 2006 NFL Draft. Bush won a Super Bowl XLIV/Super Bowl title with the Saints in 2010, and has also played for the Miami Dolphins.

Bush won multiple college football honors, including the 2005 Doak Walker Award/Doak Walker and Walter Camp Award/Walter Camp awards and the sport's most prestigious individual honor, the Heisman Trophy. However, allegations he received improper benefits were central to an NCAA#Rules violations/NCAA investigation of the USC football program that led to severe USC Trojans football#NCAA violations and sanctions/NCAA sanctions against USC, including a two-year postseason ban and the vacating of wins from the 2004–05 championship season. As a result, Bush voluntarily forfeited his Heisman Trophy.

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We're in state of shock. It's tough, but at the same time we have nothing to hang our heads about.

I could see where people could make that comparison (of Bush with Sayers). With all the cut-backs, ability to make people miss, I could see some similar characteristics.

That was pure instincts. That wasn't premeditated at all. I was just trying to be a playmaker. I had used that play a bunch of times in high school, but it didn't work out this time.

I play on pure instincts. I remember being surrounded by three guys getting ready to tackle me, and I saw one of my teammates off to the right by himself, and I tried to pitch the ball to him. That's the type of player I am. I play fearless and I'm willing to score at all costs. I feel like if I would have made the pitch and we'd scored, it would have been the greatest play in college history.

It tells me they still like David Carr. I guess it gives me a pretty good idea what they?re thinking.

I?m just a normal guy in general. I know a lot of people might see me as a celebrity, but I?m just a normal guy who likes to do normal things. Hang out with his friends ... go shopping ... play video games.

I don't have any objections to playing for them, none at all. It's exciting for me to know that. I'm not objecting to it, so it'd be exciting to play for the Texans.

That just means that the Texans get the first pick, and that's it. There's no real emotion that played into it. Like I said, I'm not even focused on what's going on with the NFL right now. We need to be worried about what's going on with this game and winning the national championship.