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USC Loses 2004 BCS Title Due To Reggie Bush Investigation

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Reports out indicate that The Bowl Championship Series has stripped Southern California of its 2004 title and will leave that season without a BCS champion. BCS Officials hinted that the school/program could have their championship vacated due to the investigation surrounding the program and former Trojan, Reggie Bush.USC beat Oklahoma 55-19 in the 2005 Orange Bowl to cap its perfect championship season. Ironically, The news comes on the same day that former Southern California assistant coach Todd McNair has sued the NCAA, accusing the agency of libel, slander and misconduct in its investigation of the Reggie Bush case.

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