Cam Newton - The whole story
- 12-09-2010, 08:57 PM
- 12-10-2010, 07:28 PM
This article encapsulates what the majority of the country thinks about this year's edition of the BCS NCG:
Excuse me for my lack of holiday cheer. It's hard to be merry when the two best players in college football – Auburn's Cam Newton and Oregon's LaMichael James -- have turned the national title game into the Sewer Bowl.Moral dilemma for college football fans: How do you clap your hands and hold your nose at the same time?As for SEC Commissioner Michael Slive, he says Newton retained his eligibility because there is no evidence the player knew of his father's "reprehensible act." Puh-leeze. I would have had much more respect for Slive if he'd have just admitted that Cam Newton is the SEC's meal ticket to a fifth straight national championship.
It's a good thing one of Auburn's most revered football traditions is to hang toilet paper from the trees at Toomer's Corner after big victories. The Tigers will need every bit of that toilet paper to wipe away the stench emanating from this BC-Mess National Championship Game.RTR.
- 12-10-2010, 07:30 PM
Here's a handy-dandy flow chart for those lazy folks who didn't read the first post...
12-10-2010, 07:57 PM
Did anyone catch the ESPN interview where he referred to himself in the 3rd person, dodged the "the money was too much" issue, and called his dad "Cecil?"
Chris Fowler: "So the reports are untrue that you had conversations with them (the Mullens) about Auburn payments?"
Cam Newton: "I'm not going to talk about any reports."
Now, I'm pretty sure Auburn wouldn't have frowned on Cam answering, "Yes, those reports are untrue"...
Unless giving that answer would be a lie.
It's mind-blowing to me that anyone, including an Auburn fan, could watch that interview and not know with every fiber in their being that Newton is a pathological liar.
Mark McGuire was more convincing.
Btw, am I the only one who sees this guy on trial in the future for killing a white woman? (no O.J.)
12-10-2010, 11:06 PM
I'll get to all your responses hooter Tomorrow when I have some time. For some one who talks about gathering facts you really haven't produced much more then biased views and taking quotes out of context an interpreting them in a way that suites your argument. I'm all for debate an hearing what people believe an why they think it to be true whether it be ignorantly spoken out of there ass or not. I don't have a desire to go round an round regardless of any proven points in a he said she said posting war. No **** the NCAA hasn't been able to prove anything. Most of the investigation was spawned from wire taps on individuals suspected of washing dirty money. The NCAA was instructed to start with Mississippi State i.e. The Auburn investigation probably wont have any light shed on it for 2 years. Yes it would be naive to believe their isn't a big name school that doesn't operate by giving "incentives" to players to be drawn to there school. It's another argument completely to act as if any indication made is bull****. Idc what you hear on the Jim Rome show in the afternoons after school honestly or read on espn. It's irrelevant to say the least.
If you fall apart in crisis, then there wasn't much to you to start with
12-10-2010, 11:07 PM
12-11-2010, 12:30 PM
The entire SEC Conference is corrupt.
12-12-2010, 12:12 AM
12-12-2010, 12:18 AM
Also, I cant put much faith into the NCAA bias accusal. Auburn had a great recruiting class in 93, went undefeated. And, they were hit with probation then as well before season.
This thing didn't just end in a short period, it's been ongoing. Everyone close or "behind the scenes" knows that it's been going for months now.
12-12-2010, 12:31 AM
If I give a guy a card and have someone that works there tell him to play a certain section of machines because they are more prone to hit, why wouldn't the kid play those machines and believe he/she is honestly winning the money? It does not have to be that they are TOLD that they are going to be given "left handed" winnings via fixed machines. I am not saying either way, they knew or didn't know or was weary or not, but I know some have been there and won. I also know that some have gone in and were under the legal age to play...these are facts, not propaganda.
12-12-2010, 12:44 AM
Pardon me but this really isn't toward you but I hear that statement all the time, or similar. So what if he took money? How does taking money to play for a certain school make that player better? So, if he takes money then that magically gives him athletic talent and skills? If he takes money then that magically makes other players better, better blocking schemes, defensive schemes magically just appear in the coach's head?
Some fvvvking how taking money just magically makes the team gel and have a championship season? This is why I continue to shrug my shoulders when people say that Julio took money to play for Alabama. I say, ok, and what? Him taking money does not make him better at torching defenses...
12-12-2010, 10:57 AM
12-13-2010, 12:30 AM
01-13-2011, 09:37 PM
It's okay. In 5 years they'll vacate his heisman and the national title.
11-17-2011, 04:34 PM
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