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    Bush reportedly to be stripped of Heisman



    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA Bet all of you righties thought I was talking about another Bush HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    According to a report by the investigative bulldogs at Yahoo! Sports, the Heisman Trophy Trust is expected to strip the former USC running back of his trophy in very short order, perhaps as early as this month.

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    I sure Reggie's pain will be eased by the 8 mil plus he will earn this season plus his shinny new Super Bowl ring.
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    I never understood the Heisman trophy. Isn't football a team sport?

    If a QB puts up record stats, he didn't do it without an offensive line, RBs, and probably some equally impressive receivers.

    Ditto for running backs, or any other postition that wins the trophy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dnf777 View Post
    I never understood the Heisman trophy. Isn't football a team sport?

    If a QB puts up record stats, he didn't do it without an offensive line, RBs, and probably some equally impressive receivers.

    Ditto for running backs, or any other postition that wins the trophy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dnf777 View Post
    I never understood the Heisman trophy. Isn't football a team sport?

    If a QB puts up record stats, he didn't do it without an offensive line, RBs, and probably some equally impressive receivers.

    Ditto for running backs, or any other postition that wins the trophy.
    Every position has their own outstanding player award (even punters), it's just that the Heisman is the most prestigious.

    Also...don't think other sports don't have "MVP" type awards. Heck...every award in the world pretty much given to an individual is dependent on that individual having support from somebody (you think Russell Crow or Denzell didn't have a lil help?)

    Heisman Memorial Trophy
    The Heisman Memorial Trophy, presented by the Downtown Athletic Club of New York City, is college football's most prestegious award.

    Jim Thorpe Award
    The Jim Thorpe Award, named after one of the greatest athletes who ever lived, is presented annually to the best defensive back in college football.

    John Mackey Award
    Named for the Pro Football Hall of Fame tight end, the John Mackey Award is presented annually to the nation's top tight end.

    Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award
    The Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, named after one of the game's greatest QBs, is given annually to the nation's outstanding senior quarterback.

    Lou Groza Award
    The Lou Groza Award is presented annually to the nation's top placekicker by the Palm Beach Sports Commission.

    Maxwell Award
    The Maxwell Award, named in honor of legendary college football player and columnist Robert W. (Tiny) Maxwell, is awarded annually to the College Football Player of the Year.

    Melberger Award
    The Melberger Award is given annually to the outstanding football player in Division III.

    Outland Trophy
    The Outland Trophy is given annually to the nation's best interior offensive or defensive linemen by the Football Writers Association of America.

    Ray Guy Award
    The Ray Guy Award, honoring the greatest punter of all time, is presented annually to the nation's top punter by the Greater Augusta Sports Council.

    Rimington Award
    The Rimington Award is named for Dave Rimington, one of college football's greatest offensive linemen, and is presented annually to the most outstanding center in college football.

    Ted Hendricks Award
    The Ted Hendricks Award, named for the three-time All-American from the University of Miami, is given annually to the nation's top defensive end.

    Vince Lombardi/Rotary Award
    The Rotary Lombardi Award is given annually to the college football offensive or defensive lineman who, in addition to outstanding performance and ability, best exemplifies the discipline of Vince Lombardi.

    Walter Camp Award
    The Walter Camp Award, named in honor of the father of American football, is given annually to the College Football Player of the Year, as selected by Division 1A coaches and Sports Information directors.

    Walter Payton Award
    Named for the Hall of Fame running back, the Walter Payton Award is given annually to the I-AA Offensive Player of the Year

    Butkus Award
    Named after one of the greatest defenders of all time, the Butkus Award is presented annually to the nation's top college linebacker

    Chuck Bednarik Award
    The Chuck Bednarik Award, named for the College and Pro Football Hall of Famer, is given annually to the College Defensive Football Player of the Year.

    Davey O'Brien Award
    The Davey O'Brien Award is given annually to the nation's outstanding quarterback by the Davey O'Brien Foundation.

    Doak Walker Award
    The Doak Walker Award, the only major collegiate football award that requires all candidates to be in good academic standing, is presented annually to the nation's premier running back.

    Fred Biletnikoff Award
    The Fred Biletnikoff Award is presented to the nation's best receiver by the Tallahassee Quarterback Club.

    Gagliardi Trophy
    Presented annually to the NCAA Division III Outstanding Player.

    Harlon Hill Trophy
    The Harlon Hill Trophy, named for the wide receiver at North Alabama College who became a three-time All-Pro with the Chicago Bears, is given annually to the most outstanding player in Division II football.

    Bronko Nagurski Award
    Named after one of college football's greatest players and given annually to the nation's outstanding defensive player by the FWAA/Charlotte TD Club.

    Buck Buchanan Award
    Presented annually to the nation's outstanding Division I-AA defensive player, this award is named for Junius "Buck" Buchanan, Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive end.
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    Well don't worry I'm sure that Bush being stripped of the trophy is also Bush's fault.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnf777 View Post
    I never understood the Heisman trophy. Isn't football a team sport?

    If a QB puts up record stats, he didn't do it without an offensive line, RBs, and probably some equally impressive receivers.

    Ditto for running backs, or any other postition that wins the trophy.
    No you're right....everyone should get a ribbon. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by TN_LAB View Post
    Every position has their own outstanding player award (even punters), it's just that the Heisman is the most prestigious.

    Also...don't think other sports don't have "MVP" type awards. Heck...every award in the world pretty much given to an individual is dependent on that individual having support from somebody (you think Russell Crow or Denzell didn't have a lil help?)

    Heisman Memorial Trophy
    The Heisman Memorial Trophy, presented by the Downtown Athletic Club of New York City, is college football's most prestegious award.

    Jim Thorpe Award
    The Jim Thorpe Award, named after one of the greatest athletes who ever lived, is presented annually to the best defensive back in college football.

    John Mackey Award
    Named for the Pro Football Hall of Fame tight end, the John Mackey Award is presented annually to the nation's top tight end.

    Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award
    The Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, named after one of the game's greatest QBs, is given annually to the nation's outstanding senior quarterback.

    Lou Groza Award
    The Lou Groza Award is presented annually to the nation's top placekicker by the Palm Beach Sports Commission.

    Maxwell Award
    The Maxwell Award, named in honor of legendary college football player and columnist Robert W. (Tiny) Maxwell, is awarded annually to the College Football Player of the Year.

    Melberger Award
    The Melberger Award is given annually to the outstanding football player in Division III.

    Outland Trophy
    The Outland Trophy is given annually to the nation's best interior offensive or defensive linemen by the Football Writers Association of America.

    Ray Guy Award
    The Ray Guy Award, honoring the greatest punter of all time, is presented annually to the nation's top punter by the Greater Augusta Sports Council.

    Rimington Award
    The Rimington Award is named for Dave Rimington, one of college football's greatest offensive linemen, and is presented annually to the most outstanding center in college football.

    Ted Hendricks Award
    The Ted Hendricks Award, named for the three-time All-American from the University of Miami, is given annually to the nation's top defensive end.

    Vince Lombardi/Rotary Award
    The Rotary Lombardi Award is given annually to the college football offensive or defensive lineman who, in addition to outstanding performance and ability, best exemplifies the discipline of Vince Lombardi.

    Walter Camp Award
    The Walter Camp Award, named in honor of the father of American football, is given annually to the College Football Player of the Year, as selected by Division 1A coaches and Sports Information directors.

    Walter Payton Award
    Named for the Hall of Fame running back, the Walter Payton Award is given annually to the I-AA Offensive Player of the Year

    Butkus Award
    Named after one of the greatest defenders of all time, the Butkus Award is presented annually to the nation's top college linebacker

    Chuck Bednarik Award
    The Chuck Bednarik Award, named for the College and Pro Football Hall of Famer, is given annually to the College Defensive Football Player of the Year.

    Davey O'Brien Award
    The Davey O'Brien Award is given annually to the nation's outstanding quarterback by the Davey O'Brien Foundation.

    Doak Walker Award
    The Doak Walker Award, the only major collegiate football award that requires all candidates to be in good academic standing, is presented annually to the nation's premier running back.

    Fred Biletnikoff Award
    The Fred Biletnikoff Award is presented to the nation's best receiver by the Tallahassee Quarterback Club.

    Gagliardi Trophy
    Presented annually to the NCAA Division III Outstanding Player.

    Harlon Hill Trophy
    The Harlon Hill Trophy, named for the wide receiver at North Alabama College who became a three-time All-Pro with the Chicago Bears, is given annually to the most outstanding player in Division II football.

    Bronko Nagurski Award
    Named after one of college football's greatest players and given annually to the nation's outstanding defensive player by the FWAA/Charlotte TD Club.

    Buck Buchanan Award
    Presented annually to the nation's outstanding Division I-AA defensive player, this award is named for Junius "Buck" Buchanan, Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive end.
    We have the very first Maxwell Chapter in the USA right here in little old Lafayette, La. The Maxwell club is in Philidelphia, Pa. and Layette, La. and our first guest speaker was Maxwell recipient from 2000, Drew Brees. The Maxwell Club also gives annual football awards to college and high school players.
    The main mission of the Lafayette club is building our Louisiana Football Legends Museum. We will enshire players from Terry Bradshaw to Marshall Faulk and from Dub Jones(Bert's father) to Peyton Manning.

    http://www.maxwellfootballclub.org/n...ional-selectio
    Last edited by Franco; 09-07-2010 at 06:41 PM.
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