Reggie Bush on Cowerd today

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  2. SCnAZ

    SCnAZ Junior Member


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    Not interested
     
  3. TrojanHorse

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    Is he lobbying to get picked up by the Seahawks?
     
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    No, I think he just thinks Pete Carroll is a great coach. Which is true.

    Reggie! Reggie! Reggie!
     
  5. SoCalN8tiv

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    I still can't get past Cowherd's Taj Majal desk. I swear it must have its own zip code.
     
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    One thing about the comment from Bush, he played for a lot of coaches as he bounced around.
     
  7. guboamppalanka

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    Pete Carroll ran a loose (meaning fun) program.

    Cowherd: a little too loose (meaning inviting scrutiny from ncaa) at the end.

    Reggie: "Yeah" and laughs.

    What is wrong with this guy?
     
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    So weird hearing him talk...thought he was mute.
     
  9. cwoody

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    I saw it and barely recognized him. When I did I just hit the "last watched" button on the remote.
     
  10. IETrojanFan

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    While I don't hate Bush like some here do, I find him as uninteresting/uninspiring post-USC as he was exciting while at USC...
     
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    I think he is borderline sociopathic. Not meaning he is violent or criminal, but just in the way he can compartmentalize things to serve his own agenda.
     
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    I support Reggie Bush!
     
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    If only Reggie paid back Lake what his step dad took.
     
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    The real culprit that caused the NCAA to levy such a harsh punishment on USC was the girl tennis player and the phone card abuse. What was she thinking? She just can't abuse $30.00 like that to call her family - it was unfathomable!
     
  15. Touchdown for USC

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    For he who should not be named.
     
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    I understand those that are still mad him, but I am not. This guy was so special that USC is still reaping the benefits. And thats in spite of the sanctions.
     
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    If he would have just paid Leonard Lake back when he signed that first NFL contract none of it would have happened and he would be an SC hero for the rest of his life ( I guess he still is ) but it would be so much better without the stain of the scandal. $300,000 is a lot of money but with a 60+ Million $ contract in his account that 300K is tipping money. Fight On!!
     
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    Fun fact: I rushed for more yards in the NFL last year than Reggie.
     
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    I love ragging on Cowherd but this segment was pretty entertaining and made me think. This was my first time watching a proper interview with adult Reggie too.

    So my first thoughts were that this guy is clearly a highly intelligent, humorous, and articulat adult. However, this revelation only makes it more disappointing that Bush essentially pushed the eject button on USC and disappeared without so much as a "see ya" the second shit hit the fan.

    I do suppose the calculating thing to have done given the circumstances was to act in immediate self preservation and just focused on going on to make millions in the NFL. But I feel now that his career is winding down, his post-NFL life would have slightly more substance and meaning if he still held close ties with USC.

    Many of us hold the view that the morally right thing to have done was to fight tooth and nail with "his guys." He could have shown some love and loyalty to the place and people that made it all happen for him. He could have been a great RB anywhere, but only at Pete Carroll's USC could he have cemented his legacy as the #1 college football player in the country.

    His testimony may have turned the tides in the ensuing legal battles and a court would have appreciated his measured demeanor and first-person insight into what was really going on. Our side of the story just never got heard. The only person who could tell it and also have people listen just never spoke up.

    I wouldn't be surprised if he has some regrets and plans on making reparations with the USC community when his time in the NFL runs out. He just needs to call the situation what it was and apologize from his heart to all involved. If he finds it in himself to do at least that, I for one would be ready to have him back.
     
  20. Carnauber

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    Reggie in an amoral, me-first Turd of epic proportions. I do not understand the hear-no-evil see-no-evil willfully ignorant types who want to give him a pass, or just want to focus on his play. Life is so much more htan that. USC s so much more than that. He obviously knew wrong was happening: when you go home, and your Mother and the Janitor/Preacher/Huckster with whom she is shacking are living in a new, much nicer place all of the sudden, don't you ask how that came to be? Maybe even before you say 'hi'? Don't you then have an obligation to mention it to your team? Your "brothers?" This is all assuming he wasn't a more integral part of the dopey "deal" with the pathetic felons, and I would bet my last dollar he was indeed a much bigger part. But alright, you're 21, you're invincible, you're on your way to obvious millions, I sort of get it, and make an allowance for youth. But he's not a youth anymore. He's approaching middle age in fact. 12 years have passed, and yet mum he stays. Worse, he chuckles when Cowherd makes an allusion to extra benefits. The three most recent stories you have heard about him have to with Kardashians, paying millions to some lot lizard to abort his baby, and rushing for negative yards across the span of an entire season. I pray the University never welcomes him back. The Karma now haunting that selfish Man is something to behold, and I won't lie, something from which I take a little bit of joy.
     
  21. BlemBlam

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    He could humbly and sincerely admit what he did, and apologize. I think 99% of the Trojan Family that has a problem with him would be on board with him coming back into the fold.

    The people that want to welcome him back without a mea culpa are dumb
     
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    Doubt he ever says he is sorry
     
  23. BlemBlam

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    Doubt if he ever even FEELS sorry, let alone say it
     
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    He did
     

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