Charles White Death – On Wednesday, a legend in the football community passed away. Charles White, a former running back for the University of Southern California who won the Heisman Trophy, lost his fight with cancer on Wednesday and passed away. He had reached the age of 64. “Charles White was one of the all-time great Trojans,” USC athletic director Mike Bohn wrote in a statement, via Sports Illustrated. When he was wearing the Cardinal and Gold, he made USC proud by becoming a Rose Bowl legend, a two-time unanimous All-American, and an NCAA record setter.
1979 Heisman Trophy Trophy winner
The Trojan Family will never forget the history he made on the football field or the legacy he left behind at Troy, and both will live on in perpetuity thanks to him. Fight On Forever!” On this Wednesday night, people all throughout the football world will be commemorating Charles White and the impact that he had on the sport. “The Heisman Trophy Trust mourns the loss of 1979 Heisman Trophy Trophy winner Charles White and shares its deepest condolences with his family and friends as well as the entire University of Southern California community,” the Twitter account for the Heisman Trophy wrote.
University of Southern California Trojans football team
“Charles White is a legend among legends in Rose Bowl Game history. Ran for 460 yards across 3 Rose Bowl wins, scored in each of the games, and owns the record for most running yards with 247 in 1980. In 1990, the Heisman Trophy winner was admitted into the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame. May he rest in peace,” the Rose Bowl Game said on Twitter. “Charles White, a former running back for the University of Southern California Trojans football team who won the Heisman Trophy in 1979 and a national championship with the team in 1978, passed away on Wednesday, according to an announcement made by the university. He was 64, “It was written by Sports Illustrated. A football great whose passing came far too soon. During this tragic evening, the White family and all of White’s friends are in our thoughts.
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