It looks like it will be this Sunday's edition, but you may want to check. Usually on at 6:00, but will probably be running late with football games still on.
Tennessee Titans quarterback Vince Young opens up to "60 Minutes" on Sunday. He is still unhappy about losing the 2005 Heisman Trophy to Reggie Bush.
Does Young think he is better than Bush?
"I always feel like I'm better. Always," Young tells correspondent Scott Pelley.
Young describes himself as "angry" about losing the Heisman. "And I wanted to show the world that I was the real Heisman Trophy winner. But on paper, Reggie Bush is the Heisman Trophy winner. [I am] not taking nothing from him, he knows he's a phenomenal athlete."
Because of a football overrun, "60 Minutes" will air from 7:30 to 9 p.m. this Sunday on WKMG-Channel 6.
The 90-minute edition of "60 Minutes" also will feature a two-part Steve Kroft interview with Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and a Katie Couric report on bipolar diagnoses in young children.
As for Young, the quarterback tells "60 Minutes" that he is determined to help his team make the playoffs this season. "I'm not trying to predict it right now, but how we're looking right now, we have a big shot," Young says.
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