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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Reggie Bush says he sees himself in Texas RB Bijan Robinson

Plus: Oklahoma rises in the latest AP Poll

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Texas Longhorns sophomore running back Bijan Robinson has found himself in the middle of the Heisman Trophy hype after a dominant start to the 2021 college football season.

Former Heisman winners are also growing fond of Robinson’s style of play.

In particular, former USC Trojans running back Reggie Bush has high praise for Robinson.

“I see so much of myself in Bijan with the way he plays the game,” Bush said on the Fox Sports set, per the Dallas Morning News. “Getting the ball in his hands is a premium because he is a play-maker.”


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