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Old 12-01-2010, 06:27 PM   #21
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I am fairly certain that Auburn fans have never pretended to go fight the case first hand in the NCAA...however here on this forum more idiot bama fans have been "in the know" than I have ever seen. Go back and look at all the threads on this. More of you jugheads have friends of a friend in the FBI or know someone that slept with someone that did the work on the church blahblah HA! Deep down inside of your college football hearts you are so JEALOUS! You know why I know that? Cause i know someone that is dating someone that knows your CARDIOLOGIST that revived you after your heart stopped when Auburn went ahead and then WON the game!

Yeah hate me if you want to...its our year! WAR DAMN EAGLE
You could have not said it any better!
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information "available at this time" - just wait Barners, just wait
WRONNNNNNNNNNNG. Auburn and Cam are CLEAR of this issue. Nothing more can happen. Nothing. Now, the only ongoing investigation still involves Mississippi State and Cecil Newton. We're in the clear.


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I am fairly certain that Auburn fans have never pretended to go fight the case first hand in the NCAA...however here on this forum more idiot bama fans have been "in the know" than I have ever seen. Go back and look at all the threads on this. More of you jugheads have friends of a friend in the FBI or know someone that slept with someone that did the work on the church
That's what I've been saying the whole time. Where are all these people with "sources" now? How did those sources pan out for you? Morons.

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Old 12-02-2010, 12:19 AM   #23
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Yeah hate me if you want to...its our year! WAR DAMN EAGLE
No hate on this forum. Yes its auburn's year. Takes breaks and a little luck to go all the way. Seems like fate is on their side. (That doesn't mean we have to like it)
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Old 12-02-2010, 08:40 AM   #24
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IMHO, Good article in the B'ham News: http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2...t_it_righ.html
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Old 12-02-2010, 08:55 AM   #25
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Haven't read this whole thread but espn is reporting today that cams father did break the rules, but there's no evidence at the moment that cam knew, the investigation is still ongoing...plus the NCAA only ruled cam eligible after auburn ruled him ineligable. It's just a waiting game, the NCAA has never been quick with their investigations
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So everyone agrees that the rules were broken, yet he has been cleared to play?
Now to be known as simply "Newtons Law" I bet Cam wish's he had not thrown that laptop out the window. He could of kept it too!
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Old 12-02-2010, 10:40 AM   #27
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Now to be known as simply "Newtons Law" I bet Cam wish's he had not thrown that laptop out the window. He could of kept it too!
LOL... nice play, sir!
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Old 12-02-2010, 11:31 AM   #28
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Apparently the new rule reads " People close to or related to the "student athlete" can do whatever they want with regards to taking gifts for a promise to try to sway said athlete, as long as said student athlete is unaware of the gifts."

And the difference between THIS situation and the Reggie Bush explosion( vacated victories, probation, loss of the Heisman) at usc is that Cam did not know?

Even if Cam was quoted as saying (paraphrasing) "Dad said the business thing was too good at auburn..."

Does anybody think if auburn was 4-7 Cam would still be "eligible" ?


This is about MILLIONS of dollars for the NCAA and especially the SEC.

Embarrassing, but unfortunately not totally unexpected.

By the way... here was the sequence of events:

1. The NCAA ruled violations DID occur

2. As required auburn rules Cam ineligible and appeals.

3. A few hours later the NCAA declares Cam eligible.

All in a day or so and we heard he is eligible BEFORE we hear about the violation and his ineligibility.

http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2...indly_obl.html

If there's a conspiracy I'd say it's to keep Cam Newton ELIGIBLE.

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Apparently the new rule reads " People close to or related to the "student athlete" can do whatever they want with regards to taking gifts for a promise to try to sway said athlete, as long as said student athlete is unaware of the gifts."

And the difference between THIS situation and the Reggie Bush explosion( vacated victories, probation, loss of the Heisman) at usc is that Cam did not know?

Even if Cam was quoted as saying (paraphrasing) "Dad said the business thing was too good at auburn..."

Does anybody think if auburn was 4-7 Cam would still be "eligible" ?


This is about MILLIONS of dollars for the NCAA and especially the SEC.

Embarrassing, but unfortunately not totally unexpected.

By the way... here was the sequence of events:

1. The NCAA ruled violations DID occur

2. As required auburn rules Cam ineligible and appeals.

3. A few hours later the NCAA declares Cam eligible.

All in a day or so and we heard he is eligible BEFORE we hear about the violation and his ineligibility.

http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2...indly_obl.html

If there's a conspiracy I'd say it's to keep Cam Newton ELIGIBLE.

Jim
Wow! I agree 100% with a Florida fan!!! There is hardly any difference between this and the Bush case.

The NCAA is trying to keep from having a mess and a TON of controversy going into the Bowl Games where they make their $$$$$. I agree with being innocent until proven guilty, but his dad has been proven GUILTY. In the past, the parents and people close to the athlete are considered THE ATHLETE.

All I have to say is Wisconsin is gonna be pissed when the actual ruling comes out after the championship game
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"In the past, the parents and people close to the athlete are considered THE ATHLETE."

If that's the case, why was Albert Means never declared ineligible even though money did change hands?

Also, in the Reggie Bush case there was clear evidence that money changed hands.
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