Five Reasons Why Reggie Bush's Heisman Was Rightfully Vacated

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Five Reasons Why Reggie Bush's Heisman Was Rightfully Vacated
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Well, it is official. Reggie Bush has returned the Heisman Trophy and the Heisman Trust will take it back.

Many people believe that Vince Young should receive the award since he finished second in voting afterwards, however, the Heisman Trust apparently will not give, but just take in this instance.

This sets an important precedent now in college football. No player in the 75 year history of the award has ever had to abdicate the title of being the best player in college football. Reggie Bush now carries a black mark on his body forever, even in death.

The arguments as to why Bush should keep his Heisman or why he should give it to Vince Young have been numerous, but I'm going to state my case as to why this decision is the correct decision for college football.

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