Reggie Bush Apologizes to USC's New Athletic Director

Admits to NCAA violations.


Reggie Bush has finally done the right thing -- admitted wrongdoing and apologized to the new athletic director at the University of Southern California. Pat Haden, USC's new athletic director, said that Bush was "contrite," and apologized profusely. Hayden says Bush told him, "If I could turn the clock back, I would. If I could give the Heisman Trophy back, I would." Yeah, that doesn't really make up for 30 lost scholarships, being banned from post-season play for two years and possibly losing the 2004 national title. We guess you've got to start somewhere.

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