Cam Newton Suspended

November 10, 2010 by staff 

Cam Newton Suspended, Cam Newton be capable of go ahead and achieve a pose.Not the Heisman Trophy, the waving goodbye. If there is a vote for me to launch, Newton did not get it, because there is a lifetime benefit of the doubt.

Who can say what many people who have one vote and feel the same way will do, but you can not deny that Newton is a complicated place.

And my guess is there will be enough people who feel uncomfortable voting that could prevent Newton took home the trophy on 11 December in New York.

Playing the glamorous quarterback position for a No. undefeated 2-ranked Auburn team, Newton is almost certain to win the Heisman in normal circumstances. But normal circumstances no longer exist with regard to Newton and his candidacy.

That’s the thing, innocent until proven guilty, of course. But it’s what-there’s smoke, too, and soot powerful gettin ‘near Newton these days.

The latter charge, according to, is that Newton, while a student-athlete from Florida, was caught cheating more than once – putting his name on the paper of another student and make and deliver buying a paper off the Internet.

According to reports, was to appear before a student judicial committee and face possible expulsion, but left school. He was transferred to Blinn College (Texas) Junior, where he played last season before landing at Auburn.

This story broke less than a week after an report surface that a person claiming to represent Newton and 180 000 have sought to get the player to attend Mississippi State. The NCAA is investigating.

The backdrop to the two news is that Newton transferred from Florida while suspended from the team after being charged with three counts of possession of a stolen laptop. Newton said he bought the laptop from another party. The charges were dropped.

Newton said the main reason I left is because Florida quarterback Tim Tebow had decided to return for senior season.

Portable episode alone is not a big deal.

And 180,000 the issue could become any type of damage, but no evidence at this time.

The cheating incident could also generate a bad smell, but again, the evidence is insufficient.

Newton problem, however, has to do with what English novelist Aldous Huxley once said. “There are things known and there are things unknown and in between are the doors of perception”

It’s a touch of luxury in the idea that image is everything, and Newton is not very good right now.

Nor is it to help his own cause.

Addressing the charges Tuesday, said:

“I will not entertain something that happened three months, not six months, not one year but two years ago.

“I’m not going to sit here and say something about it, if I did or did not, because I do not want to beat a dead horse talking about it. Not going to affect me in any way, shape or fashion.”

Excuse me? Umm, “if I did or did not do it” sounds a lot more like “made” to “no.”

Someone saw a negation?

Any interpretation of Newton as the least bit angry about a false accusation?

Florida coach Urban Meyer, for the love of God, was more annoyed by suggestions that he or someone on staff was the source who leaked information about the academic records of Newton Newton that was on the complaint itself.

“… It is a ridiculous claim and simply is not true,” Meyer said in a statement denying the leak.

That is inflexible. That’s a negative. Would not it have been better for Newton to be as strong if, in fact, cheating?

And then there’s the factor of Reggie Bush. Former USC running back not long ago became the Heisman Trophy he won in 2005 after the NCAA said it had accepted improper benefits while in school. They should not work against Newton, but it will be with some voters.

In the center, however, Newton finds that seems less a victim of someone who knows his way out. It will not affect “in any way, shape or form.” Newton expected career, regardless of what the laptop, money and deception could be true.

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