University of Southern California athletics scandal
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In the University of Southern California athletics scandal, the University of Southern California was investigated and punished for NCAA rules violations in the Trojan football, men's basketball and women's tennis programs.〔(NCAA hits USC with big punishments ), Associated Press, June 11, 2010, accessed December 7, 2012.〕
Probes by both USC and the NCAA found that football star Reggie Bush, the 2005 Heisman Trophy winner, and basketball star O. J. Mayo had effectively forfeited their amateur status (in Mayo's case, before he ever played a game for USC) by accepting gifts from agents. In addition, the women's tennis team was cited in the report for unauthorized phone calls made by a former player.〔 As a result of the ongoing investigation, which progressed well into the 2010-11 seasons for both USC and Reggie Bush's New Orleans Saints, Bush voluntarily gave up his 2005 Heisman Trophy, which the Heisman Trust decided to leave vacant.〔"ESPN Los Angeles: Reggie Bush gives up 2005 Heisman Trophy" .〕〔"Reggie Bush gives up Heisman, Admitting "mistakes" and blames "persistent media speculation" .〕〔"Heisman Trust leaves 2005 award vacant" .〕
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