U.S.C. Banned From Bowl Games For The Next Two Years For Illegal Conduct Over Reggie Bush

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U.S.C.’s football team have been banned from NCAA bowl games for the next two years over charges related to the team’s former player, Reggie Bush, according to the New York Times.The NCAA’s charges refer to illegal payments made to Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush, via items like a new car, “new rims,” a house for Bush’s parents, and a limousine ride to a night club.

The charges will have an immediate impact on the U.S.C. football program, stripping it of its 2004 Orange Bowl title and their 2005 Bowl Championship Series title.

The U.S.C. football team will now be ineligible for 2010 and 2011 bowl games.

More details of the charges to follow.

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