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Detroit Lions running back Reggie Bush knows what it's like coming out of college being the center of attention. So he has some advice for Browns QB Johnny Manziel...

“It reminds me of what I went through, you know,” Bush told “For him, he’s going to have to learn how to say no and that’s going to be extremely hard because it’s going to be the people closest to you who you’re going to have to learn to say no to. And then you’re going to have to keep your circle small so that you can be allowed to focus on football, because without football, nothing else is going to [matter].”

“When I started dating my ex [Kim Kardashian], that’s when all this stuff came,” he explained. “But it’s part of the territory and, like I said, everything happens for a reason. A lot of it started in college, too, winning championships and all the different things we were able to accomplish at the collegiate level, that’s where it started obviously, why there was the attention at first, because of the accomplishments. Then all the other stuff came. The gossip magazines and all the other stuff, the ugly side of it. But you know what, I wouldn’t change anything because it helped mold and shape who I am today and I’m a better man for it.”
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Two AP titles and three conference titles (one vacated).
Reply27 months
Good advice from Reggie.

USC still suck,s.
Reply27 months
Point is Bush matured over time and through experience, and is giving Manziel some sound advice.
Reply27 months
when did he say national title? they won multiple pac 10 titles and national titles. stop looking for reasons to hate.
Reply27 months
"A lot of it started in college, too, winning championships"

correct me if i'm wrong, but usc only won one national championship while reggie bush was there (2004-2005) and that title has since been vacated due to ncaa sanctions for cheating.
Reply27 months
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