(copy from Yahoo! news)
One of these things is not like the other. Via our USC Rivals compatriot Bryan Fischer, the Trojans' media guide has undergone some late-breaking revisionism to account for Reggie Bush's vanishing Heisman Trophy, apparently overnight:
Items of interest:
• Those are oddly well-formed storm and melodramatic clouds for downtown Los Angeles, even for summer.
• The number of bowl victories and national championships remains unchanged, for now. The university may be disappearing Bush, but it won't part with the fruits of his on-field labors without a final say-so from the NCAA appeals committee.
• Lane Kiffin's face looks strangely bloated. Is there chaw in that mouth? Because that might endear him to the latest angry faction of Tennesseans he's stirred up this summer.
And whatever gloating SEC partisans have to say about the change, remember: This is still only the second-most embarrassing media guide overhaul of the season.
incase you dont know whats going on here it goes...lol
The NCAA has dropped a bombshell on USC's football team, and it doesnt look anything like Kim Kardashian.
4year investigation found Heisman Trophy-winning running back Reggie Bush received improper benefits while attending the school. The Trojans football team will not participate in postseason play for two years and will forfeit 10 scholarships for the next three seasons.
The probe stems from allegations that Bush's mother and stepfather were provided a suburban San Diego home in exchange for his signing with a would-be agent as his client. In January, the school punished its men's basketball program for recruiting violations involving O.J. Mayo, who played there for one season. The women's tennis team also received sanctions.
Both Bush, who now plays for Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints and Mayo, now with the Memphis Grizzlies, deny any wrongdoing while students at USC. Pete Carroll, the Trojans' coach at the time of the allegations, is now head coach of the Seattle Seahawks.
wtf? yall think is going on?