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Reggie Bush attends first USC game since 2010 NCAA sanctions
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Reggie Bush attends first USC game since 2010 NCAA sanctions
Saturday December 5th, 2015

Former USC running back Reggie Bush is attending the Pac-12 championship game Saturday.

Bush was invited as part of an All-Century team ceremony being held by the Pac-12 networks, according to the report. The current San Francisco 49ers running back starred for the Trojans from 2003–05. 

Bush was the cause for major sanctions against the Trojans in 2010 after the NCAA found he received gifts, an NCAA violation. USC was stripped of its last two wins from the 2004 season and all of its wins from 2005, given a two-year bowl ban and lost 30 scholarships over three years as part of its punishment for not monitoring Bush closely enough.

The NCAA also forced USC to disassociate with Bush. The school subsequently removed murals and photos of the running back from campus, and returned its copy of his Heisman trophy. Bush returned his trophy as well and the 2005 Heisman is now vacated. 

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USC will play Stanford in the Pac-12 championship game Saturday night. 

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