Reggie Bush: The Dancing Man
Reginald Alfred Bush was also known as Reggie bush is a former American football running back. A running back is a member of the offensive backfield in gridiron football. He was born on March 2, 1985 in Spring Valley in San Diego country, California. He was raised by his mother and stepfather. He got married in 2014 with Lilit Avagyan.
At the age of nine, he started playing football. He was named as “Dancing Man” in High school for his quick feet. The more he stays on the field, the more he loved football. Then, his favorite team was San Francisco 49ers.
Bush joined USC in 2003. It doesn’t take too long to establish himself there as he was now fully tuned, Athlete.
- The greatest honor of his life is to win the Heisman Trophy.
- He scored second overall in the 2006 NFL Draft by the New Orleans Saints.
- Bush was rated as the No. 17 player in the 2003 college recruiting class.
- He was named as the Associated Press College footballer of the year.
His dream came true in 2015 when he signed an early contract with San Francisco 49ers as this was his favorite team earlier. In 2016, Bush joined the Buffalo Bills for a year. In 2017, he took retirement from the NFL.
Bush violated the rules in college. Many allegations took place about the money that he took. After all the chaos that occurred, he made a statement to forfeit the trophy. Besides all the controversy, he is still named as one of the best players in the field of football to date.
Best Reggie Bush Quotations Collection
“I like rugby – I watch it from time to time. It’s basically football without pads but probably a little bit more dangerous than football. You’ve got to be a lot tougher in that sport – but I definitely like watching rugby and watching those guys knock each other around. It looks like a fun sport.”
“I’ve always been a big PlayStation fan. Even when the Xbox first came out, I stuck with the PlayStation. I think it’s because when the Xbox first came out, the controller was so different that you just automatically assumed that it was harder to play, and I always just stuck with that notion.”
“I’m a sports fan. I’m not just an athlete who plays football.”
“When you join the NFL, you start from scratch. As long as I’ve been playing – which has been since I was eight years old – the game becomes harder at every level. Little league, high school, college – they’re different stages you have to go through, and professional sport is completely different again.”
“I play football, and most football players are camera shy. We just want to be left alone; we just want to stick to what we do.”
“I always idolized guys like Deion Sanders, Barry Sanders, Steve Young and the entire 49ers team, really. I was a huge 49ers fan growing up.”
“I want the Saints to be one of those teams where when other teams see us on the schedule, they know they’re in for one hell of a game.”
“It’s amazing to be able to play the sport that I grew up loving so much and that I have a strong passion for. I’m just having a ball. There’s a lot of pressure that comes with being in the spotlight and being a superstar and a role model, but I’m enjoying it.”
“Hmm, the best thing about being in the NFL? In America it’s the No.1 sport; it’s exciting, fun, so to me the best thing is the buzz that surrounds football on and off the field.”