Sports agent Lloyd Lake sued Bush and his family in November 2007 for not repaying over 0,000 in gifts. On June 10, 2010, the NCAA announced major sanctions against USC.The NCAA found that Bush had received lavish gifts from Lake and his partner, Michael Michaels, from at least December 2004 onward, including a limousine ride to the 2005 Heisman Trophy presentation.Bush was a consensus first-team Freshman All-American selection in 2003, and became the first Trojan since Anthony Davis in 1974 to lead the Pacific-10 Conference in kickoff returns.His 1,331 all-purpose yards set a USC freshman record.He also completed one of three pass attempts for a 52-yard touchdown.He was awarded the Heisman Trophy on December 10, 2005.Smith and Bush were later finalists for the 2004 Heisman, making it the first time a high school had two finalists at the same ceremony. He placed second in the boys' 50 meters, clocking at 5.85 at the 2003 Los Angeles Invitational Indoor Meet.The freshman quickly proved effective in carrying, catching, throwing, and returning the ball.
He finished second on the team with 143 carries for 908 yards (6.3 avg) and six touchdowns, adding 509 yards and seven scores on 43 receptions (11.8 avg).
Bush also became known for the "Bush Push," which occurred on a game-winning score against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
Bush led the Trojans with 1,740 yards on 200 carries (8.7 avg) with sixteen touchdowns and ranked third on the squad with 39 receptions for 481 yards (12.9 avg), including a pair of scores as a junior.
Bush also attempted to lateral when he was tackled after a long run in the second quarter, but the lateral fell to the ground and was recovered by the Longhorns.
This game gave Bush a total of 6,890 all-purpose yards for his college career.
Let's see how long Reggie can keep it in his pants with this one!!