Column: O.J. Simpson should not be celebrated on the USC campus

A view of the newly renovated Coliseum.
(Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times)

As the USC Trojans walked through the peristyle entrance of the newly remodeled Coliseum on Saturday, they followed Clay Helton down the concrete steps toward the field, passing six oversized USC jerseys displayed on each side of the staircase recognizing the school’s six Heisman Trophy winners.

While Reggie Bush’s name and number have been scrubbed away at USC after his 2010 forfeiture, O.J. Simpson’s No. 32 jersey was prominently displayed along with USC’s other Heisman winners. Walk through the new Scholarship Tower built as part of the Coliseum’s $315-million renovation and there’s also a picture of Simpson, who won the 1968 Heisman, in a portrait recognizing USC’s national award winners.

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