Reggie Bush Makes College Football Hall Of Fame

After falling short last year, Reggie Bush has been named part of the 2023 College Football Hall of Fame class.

Bush had some voters and board members complain last year that he did not have the character to deserve induction but there were fewer prostests this time around.

Here’s the complete class:

2023 COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME CLASS


PLAYERS:

  • Eric Berry – DB, Tennessee (2007-09)
  • Michael Bishop – QB, Kansas State (1997-98)
  • Reggie Bush – RB, USC (2003-05)
  • Dwight Freeney – DE, Syracuse (1998-2001)
  • Robert Gallery – OT, Iowa (2000-03)
  • LaMichael James – RB, Oregon (2009-11)
  • Derrick Johnson – LB, Texas (2001-04)
  • Bill Kollar – DT, Montana State (1971-73)
  • Luke Kuechly – LB, Boston College (2009-11)
  • Jeremy Maclin – WR/KR, Missouri (2007-08)
  • Terance Mathis – WR, New Mexico (1985-87, 1989)
  • Bryant McKinnie – OT, Miami [FL] (2000-01)
  • Corey Moore – DL, Virginia Tech (1997-99)
  • Michael Stonebreaker – LB, Notre Dame (1986, 1988, 1990)
  • Tim Tebow – QB, Florida (2006-09)
  • Troy Vincent – DB, Wisconsin (1988-91)
  • Brian Westbrook – RB, Villanova (1997-98, 2000-01)
  • DeAngelo Williams – RB, Memphis (2002-05)

COACHES:

  • Monte Cater – 275-117-2 (70.1%); Lakeland [WI] (1981-86), Shepherd [WV] (1987-2017)
  • Paul Johnson – 189-99-0 (65.6%); Georgia Southern (1997-2001), Navy (2002-07), Georgia Tech (2008-18)
  • Roy Kramer – 83-32-2 (71.8%); Central Michigan (1967-77)
  • Mark Richt – 171-64-0 (72.8%); Georgia (2001-15), Miami [FL] (2016-18)

39 thoughts on “Reggie Bush Makes College Football Hall Of Fame

  1. Reggie “I saws the money and I tooks it) Bush elected to CFHoF; say what! I must be ’cause he was the first and only H/T trophy winner to forfeit his H/T for gross lying & cheating.

    #”Who baked my bacon?” ~Reggie Bush in a cheesy Wendy’s Burger Commercial

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    1. Nothing well ever top Sam “Big Daddy” Gilbert’s cheating machine. And of course John “I know nothin’, nothin” Wooden. They took the under- the-table deals to new heights. Big Daddy made Boss Tweed look like the singing nun.

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    2. You sound like Wendell Tyler or Deshaun Foster. Or are you trying to sound like Karim Abdul-Jabbar? Glad to see your fake UCLA allegiance has you begging for validation on a Trojan blog.

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    1. Hey 9000, this paragraph from Wikipedia:

      “In 1979, he helped lead the Rams to Super Bowl XIV,[2] where they were defeated 31-19 by the Pittsburgh Steelers.[3] In 1984, he rushed for a 49er team record 1,262 yards during the regular season, and also caught 28 passes for 230 yards, was selected to the Pro Bowl, and played in Super Bowl XIX in which the 49ers defeated the Miami Dolphins 38-16. Tyler was the first player ever to lead two teams in rushing in two Super Bowls.”

      Bush was a virtual NFL bust.

      Cue: The C&W hit “You Can Kiss my Butt Douche Bag”

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      1. Okay, bad lateral.But you can’t win if you don’t get in! (And the Gutties don’t get in) ##HurricaneEdgerrin HaHa!!

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      2. Just Owns,

        Waht about Deshaun “Handicap Placecard” Foster, Johnny Cheetin’ Wooden, Sam Gilbert, and Jim Harrick? Like the great Johnny cheetin’ wooden would say, “If you ain’t cheetin’, you ain’t tryin’.”

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      3. As long as we’re trotting out baggage – let’s not forget Daryl Henley using his Rams cheerleader girlfriend as a drug mule, getting busted, then bribing a guard to obtain a cell phone to put a hit on a Federal judge.Just sayin’…………….

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      1. Pasadena – in addition to my rebuttal, I forgot to mention that even “Owns’ hero Wendell” sent his own son to USC.

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    1. Slowless, “When Reggie roamed the field” reminds of the 2006 NC game when Bush inexplicably lateraled the ball into a fumble recovered by Tixas……LOL.

      “When Reggie roamed the field” also reminds me of Reggie “I saws the money and I tooks it” threw the bozo FB team under the bus for filthy lucre causing Clown U to forfeit a NC.

      “When Reggie roamed the field”…..WTF, who do you think you are Slowless, Grandland Potato?

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      1. Your response to UCLA’s dismal record against USC when Reggie was playing is “…what about the Texas game?” Rather lame and definitely beside the point. Given your childish comment regarding the comment phrasing, who do you think you are, Mr. Strickland?

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    1. I don’t know, did he?

      BTW Yesterday, wasn’t Little Petey Pom-Pom shell-shocked after losing to Stanford, 21 – 22, a 41 pt. ‘dog at the crumbling mausoleum?

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      1. This guy is hilarious! Little Petey Pom-Pom–sounds like something a first grader would come up with. We have this guy spinning like a top.

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      2. How did UCLA defeat Stanford in 2009? Did UCLA finish higher than USC in the conference? Asking for a friend.

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  2. In light of recent admissions and flat out losses in courts by the NCAA, I think we can ease up on Reggie Bush. Even the “Bush Push” is now legal
    Recently it was revealed that the NCAA never interviewed the Reggie’s parents. Most of the NCAA’s case rested on the testimony of a sleezball would be agent and phone records that were not proof of any wrongdoing. The courts have found the NCAA defamed the running back coach.
    Reggie saw the money and ran. He took his NFL job seriously and saw the hack job coming. He refused to talk to the NCAA not because he was guilty, but because he’d moved on. His exploits on the field are legendary. He belongs in the Hall of Fame.

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    1. Damn Slowless, my best guess is Chip is working the Portal for xfer recruits to improve UCLA FB team.

      LR on the other hand is still trying to figure out why Tulane won the Cotton Picker/Picking Bowl.

      SUCC FB: Trip, stumble and falls in Tixas. Some things don’t change.

      “When Reggie roamed the field,” what a f**k’g joke.

      What’s next Slowless, when OJ roamed BH and whacked Ron and Nicole.

      Cue: “Those were the Days”

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      1. Eristic nyaff. Apt description of you, JO. On loan from a former speech writer for LBJ, aimed originally at a Carter West Winger during a post midnight gathering in the back room of Ellen’s Irish Pub (DuPont Circle) drinking black and tans and debating whether the Shah would survive the return of the Ayatollah to Iran. Those were the days.

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      2. When Reggie roamed the field during the games against UCLA, the joke was on the Bruins. Why do you always use such lame expressions? Your obnoxiousness is really second rate. You’re “what a f**k’g joke” shtick is a tired f**k’g joke.

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  3. It’s looking like SC is going to get Anthony Lucas from Texas A&M. He was a 5 star on some rating systems coming out of high school. The guy is a bull rusher. That’s what we need on the interior D-Line. He’s in the backfield on every play.

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    1. They might be a little better next year under Alex Grinch because they are probably going to have better players. But they will never be really good under him. He could probably go somewhere else and resurrect his career but not at SC.
      He’s already lost the team. They don’t believe in him anymore. Once you lose the team mentally and emotionally, they will not play with any confidence. At the start of 2012 the players thought Kiffin was the Messiah ready to take them to the promise land. After losing to Georgia Tech in the Sun Bowl at the end of 2012, Kiffins career at SC was over. He had lost the team. His career at SC may have lasted 5 more games into 2013 but really his SC career was over after the Sun Bowl. That’s why I really think that they should go for another DC.

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