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Latest Cam Newton Items
Former Mississippi State player Kenny Rogers is scheduled to meet with officials from the Mississippi Secretary of State's office Dec. 9 to discuss the recruitment of Auburn quarterback Cam Newton.
It seems the only thing standing in the way of Auburn quarterback Cam Newton winning the Heisman Trophy is an NCAA investigation.
In a Nov. 29 story slugged FBC--T25-Alabama Announcer Fired, an Associated Press headline erroneously said the public announcer was fired. The employee who was fired was a part-time staffer who played songs directed toward Auburn quarterback Cam Newton before the Iron Bowl.
They start early in this part of the country.
No. 9 Alabama can just relax and play ball.
Alabama safety Mark Barron doesn't hesitate when asked if he'd rather face No. 2 Auburn with or without its star quarterback.
The new head of college sports thinks investigations such as that of Auburn quarterback Cam Newton should be done as quickly as possible _ as long as the NCAA gets the facts correct.
An attorney for Kenny Rogers said Thursday his client knows he made "a stupid decision" when he sent a fellow Mississippi State booster a text of Cecil Newton's payment plan to secure his son's commitment to the Bulldogs.
Mississippi State booster Bill Bell told ESPN.com that he received a payment plan designed to get Cam Newton to sign with the Bulldogs from a man who said he represented the quarterback's father.