Hayes, Matt
December 2005
Sporting News;12/30/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 52, p9
The article presents information on the 2005 College Football Awards in the U.S. The player of the year is RB Reggie Bush of Southern California University. The numbers, the highlights, the ability to score at any moment from any place on the field--a player like Bush may not come along again for years. Texas coach Mack Brown says there isn't a better defensive player than A.J. Hawk, and Brown has one of the best in safety Michael Huff. Freshman of the Year is RB Tyrell Sutton of Northwestern University. Pat White carried West Virginia to a Big East title, and running back Darren McFadden is going to be a big star at Arkansas.


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