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Something is missing from USC's mural

Posted on: October 13, 2010 4:58 pm
Posted by Chip Patterson

No, it is not a cool game of Erotic Photo Hunt, and what's missing should be pretty obvious.  This recently revealed USC football mural documents the presence of Trojans in the NFL.  As probably expected, the mural lacks the presence of a certain running back who now suits up for the Saints.  USC may have tried to rid Reggie Bush from their written/painted history, but none of us can forget what we saw.  Just like Marion Jones' Gold Medals, and the Final Four trips of the Fab Five at Michigan, we all witnessed it happen.  It's hard to erase moves like this.



Since: Nov 29, 2009
Posted on: December 17, 2010 12:24 am

Something is missing from USC's mural

It's USC, not UCS, buddy! Fight on!!! And please stop talking...thanks.

Since: Aug 4, 2008
Posted on: October 15, 2010 12:20 pm

Something is missing from USC's mural

Re: ejdlj

That game that Bush pushed our quarterback in to the end zone has been played and is in the record books, so get over it. You need to be worrying about how bad your team is gonna get it when they arrive at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for their annual beat down. How many years in a row is it now?

I am not whining about the situation with Bush and what was suppose to have happened. The NCAA take the word of convicts and here say that would not stand up in a court of law. The appeal process is so one sided that the appealing party has about as much chance of winning as a trout caught by a grizzly or brown bear.

If the accusations were true you must be able to defend yourself. Even if you properly defend yourself they come up with this thing called institutional Control. No one not even a college is able to keep up with the number of young people enrolled in any athletic program, this make no sense at all. Young people will be young people, experimenting, some away from home for the first time, experimenting with drugs, able to stay out late at night, hormones just a boiling.

Now you would want a college to make sure about 200-600 athletics between the ages of 17-22, attending a college are complying with everything they are suppose to be doing. HA HA HA HA!!!! And good luck

No institution, not even the great SC can or could do that, this is the part that I object to.


Since: Aug 26, 2010
Posted on: October 14, 2010 1:03 am

Something is missing from USC's mural

If this was Notre Dame, which it would never have happened at, "One Man" wouldn't say a word. Reggie his choice down to UCS or Notre Dame. Wrong decision Reggie.

Notre Dame actually won that game in South Bend by pushing Matt into the end zone. No complaints about the illegal touchdown??? USC fans are all the same. Quit crying.

Since: Aug 4, 2008
Posted on: October 13, 2010 5:53 pm

Something is missing from USC's mural

You might do anything you would want in attempting to write Reggie Bush place in SC history from the record books, return the trophy he won on the field and back down from the chicken S**t NCAA about getting rid of this history.

I think Pat Haden was not as strong as he should have been in bowing down to the NCAA about erasing any history made by Reggie Bush.
The one thing you can never do is erase the memory of the player and what he actually did for the school and program.

Attending fund raiser for the program, football camps for the inner city kids as actually recruiting other high school players to the program.

This was in addition to what he did as a  player and sitting butts in the coliseum, selling programs, and beer as most other outstanding athletes for their school and then you turn your back on him after he has bought in millions and millions of dollars to the program by attending these functions and the selling of his football gear.

The off field activities had nothing to do with what he accomplished on the field. Any off field activity did not run touch downs, first downs, great catches, outstanding running plays or faking a tackler out of his britches at the five yard line for a touchdown.

He would have done the same thing had his parents lived in the Waldorf or the projects.

These universities are being hypocrites. The player was loyal to the school doing all that was asked of him and them they dump him like so much trash on trash day.

Why don’t they give back the money he was able to attract to the program and the school? Nope can’t do that!!!!! But we will attempt to erase all that he has done on the field.

I still think that those that want to fight this suspension in the court of law should do so they would have my donation in a heart beat. As a matter of fact I would donate my time to set up a non-profit so any donations would be tax deductible I know others that are lawyers and would donate their legal time as well as court appearances.



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