USC football: FC Barcelona star shows off signed Reggie Bush jersey

USC football's Reggie Bush
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International soccer superstar Antoinne Griezmann proudly displayed his signed No. 5 USC football jersey with a personalized message from Reggie Bush.

USC football isn't just the premier brand in the west. The Trojans have international draw thanks to legends like Reggie Bush.

Want proof of that?

International soccer star Antoinne Griezmann was pumped to get a signed jersey from Bush.

Bush sent Griezmann a modern version of his No. 5 jersey. (You can tell by the collar from the current iteration of the Trojans' uniforms) On the number he wrote, "Congrats young king. You beat the odds! It has been a pleasure to watch you shine. Fight On!"

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On the back, Bush personalized the signature to Griezmann and listed a bunch of his accomplishments.

That's a straight one-of-a-kind jersey.

USC football's brand has no limits with stars like Reggie Bush

Griezmann may play soccer, but likes his football. A couple of months ago he posted a photo with a signed Tom Brady Buccaneers jersey.

If you're going to look for the jersey of a college football legend, you couldn't do much better than Bush.

For USC, it's pretty awesome to see an international superstar like Griezmann excited to put a Trojan jersey in his collection. What other college program can claim that kind of notability?

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Greatness recognizes greatness in this case. Bush is obviously one of the most exciting college football players in the history of the sport. He won the Heisman Trophy and achieved national championship glory. He also picked up a Super Bowl ring with the New Orleans Saints.

As for Griezmann, he's reached the pinnacle of his sport. He was the Man of the Match in the 2018 World Cup Final as France bested Croatia. Following his World Cup success, the forward moved from Atletico Madrid to Barcelona as the fifth most expensive transfer in history costing $142 million.

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