Reggie Bush will have his 2005 Heisman Trophy reinstated on Wednesday, according to a report.

The decision comes from the Heisman Trophy Trust, who cited “enormous changes” throughout the college football landscape. ESPN’s Pete Thamel was first to report the news on Wednesday morning.

“We are thrilled to welcome Reggie Bush back to the Heisman family in recognition of his collegiate accomplishments,” Michael Comerford, president of The Heisman Trophy Trust, said in a statement to ESPN. “We considered the enormous changes in college athletics over the last several years in deciding that now is the right time to reinstate the trophy for Reggie. We are so happy to welcome him back.”

The reinstatement means Bush will be invited to all future Heisman Trophy ceremonies. The replica of Bush’s Heisman Trophy will also be returned to USC. USC will now have 8 Heisman Trophy wins, giving it the most all-time. Ohio State, Oklahoma and Notre Dame have each won the Heisman 7 times.

The former USC running back won the Heisman Trophy in 2005, but later had the honor scrubbed from the record books after a NCAA investigation found he received impermissible benefits during his Trojans career.

Bush and USC began lobbying to have his Heisman win reinstated after it became legal for student-athletes to be compensated for their name, image and likeness. He also received support from other Heisman winners like Johnny Manziel, who said earlier this year that he would be boycotting the Heisman ceremony until Bush’s trophy was returned.

Bush rushed for 1,740 yards and 16 touchdowns en route to his Heisman Trophy victory in 2005. During his USC career from 2003-05, he helped lead the Trojans to an overall record of 37-2 as well as the BCS National Championship at the end of the 2004 season (which was later stripped as a result of the NCAA’s investigation).

Bush said in a statement that he’s thankful to be re-joining the Heisman Trophy family.

“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 told ESPN. “I also look forward to working together with the Heisman Trust to advance the values and mission of the organization.”