Dolphins vs. Colts: Reggie Bush reminds everyone why he won the Heisman

Even though the trophy might not rest in USC's Heritage Hall any more, Reggie Bush unleashed his vintage Heisman-worthy moves on the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.

Leading 10-7 in the second quarter, Reggie ran left, then right, then forward, leaving a string of bodies in his wake on his way to the end zone.

See for yourself:

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I count five Colts who badly missed their chances to put a hand on the always-electric Bush.

Of course, any time Bush finds his way to the end zone in such a fashion, it conjures up memories of when Bush was turning college defenses into Swiss cheese back in 2005 - the year he rushed for over 1,700 yards and 16 touchdowns, took the Trojans to the national title game and captured the Heisman trophy.

Bush had six carries for 26 yards and a touchdown in the first half in Indianapolis. The Dolphins lead the Colts, 17-13 in the third quarter.

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