Reggie Bush is reportedly set to receive the official reinstatement of his 2005 Heisman Trophy, according to a breaking news report from Wednesday morning.

ESPN’s Pete Thamel reported the news that the Heisman Trust will announce on Wednesday a formal “reinstatement” of Bush’s Heisman due to “enormous changes in the college football landscape.” Bush originally forfeited his Heisman in 2010 following NCAA sanctions leveled at USC that included Bush receiving improper benefits during his career with the Trojans (2003-05).

Bush will receive the official trophy after Wednesday’s announcement with the Heisman Trust issuing an official replica to USC. The star running back will once again be invited to all future Heisman Trophy ceremonies beginning with the 2024 season.

“Personally, I’m thrilled to reunite with my fellow Heisman winners and be a part of the storied legacy of the Heisman Trophy, and I’m honored to return to the Heisman family,” Bush said in a statement to ESPN. “I also look forward to working together with the Heisman Trust to advance the values and mission of the organization.”

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Bush began lobbying for his trophy to be reinstated when NIL laws were put in place in 2021. However, he was far from alone in his requests with many fans and fellow former players expressing a desire to see Bush have his trophy returned. Former Texas A&M QB and fellow Heisman winner Johnny Manziel was among the most vocal in support of Bush.

Following Wednesday’s report, the college football world erupted in celebration. Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin, USC star and fellow Heisman winner Caleb Williams, Manziel and many others were included in the swift and joyous celebration on social media.