Sunday, December 11, 2005

Things We Thought We'd Never See

A Bush winning a legitimate national election.

You always have to be concerned that West Coast player is not going to winner the hardware that he deserves. Think Danny Awful over Jake Plummer in 1996 or Gino Torretta over Marshall Faulk in 1992. It is cause for celebration when the voters actually get one right. The voters got it right with Reggie Bush who won the 2005 Heismann Trophy on Saturday.

Bush made opponents miss all season as he lapped the competition and the Heisman balloting was no different. Bush received the second most points and first-place votes along with the largest percent of first-place votes in Heisman history.

Needless to say, there will be no recount.

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