Say what you want about the prestige of an award that was created out of thin air by it's 1st annual recipient, but someone had to win the 'Peter Mortell Holder Of The Year Award' and that person should be damn proud of himself for doing so. Who cares that it's not exactly sanctioned by the NCAA? All that means is that the NCAA can't take it back if they find out that Michigan had an asinine lapse in judgement and broke recruiting rules to bring in someone with steady hands and an excessively limited skill set. That's a plus as far as Reggie Bush is concerned. This accomplishment might not have been any sort of honor when Peter Mortell gave it to Peter Mortell, but as soon as someone whose not solely responsible for it's existence gets presented with it then it becomes at least semi-legit. We can all treat this accolade like it's a joke (because it absolutely is), but if you're going to spend your time holding field goals then why not openly campaign to be deemed the best damn field goal holder in the nation? If you don't think the person being acknowledged as the best at his craft is important then what would you say to his peers that have nothing to their name but a jersey and a non-recognizable name on the team roster?