Don’t Worry St. Louis, Eric Crouch is Alive and Well [RAMS]
Earlier this week, New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush relinquished his 2005 Heisman Trophy due to USC recruiting violations and allegations. Frankly, we see this whole thing as a non-issue since he’s been with Kim Kardashian. Suddenly, a little bronze football statue seems irrelevant when you consider that voluptuousness.
Anyway, that hasn’t stopped every media pundit across the country from weighing in on the topic – including USA Today on Thursday.
There was nothing particularly shocking about the column itself.
Sad day…sanctity of the trophy…Reggie is just a bi-product of collegiate mistrust…blah blah blah. However, to put stamp on this particular entry’s tone, columnist David Leon Moore decided to conclude with a notable quote.
And when you want notable, you consult Eric Crouch, dammit.
You know, the Eric Crouch that won the Heisman in 2001 as a QB at Nebraska? Yes, the Eric Crouch that was drafted in third round of the 2002 NFL Draft by the Mike Martz and the Rams as a wide receiver, since every expert and idiot knew that he would tank as a quarterback in the NFL.
And yes, that Eric Crouch that left the Rams in the 2002 Training Camp before ever playing a game.
We don’t disagree with Eric Crouch’s insightful take on the situation, though. He’s right; it probably *is* a sad day for him. His football legacy is built around the Heisman Trophy….and not, well, Kim Kardashian. And a Super Bowl ring. But really, it’s more about Kardashian.
Just thought we would let our fine St. Louis readers know that he’s alive and well.