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    Sources: Cam Newton left Florida over Cheating Scandal


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    Re: Sources: Cam Newton left Florida over Cheating Scandal

    Sounds like a certain Florida coach is stirring the pot.


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    Re: Sources: Cam Newton left Florida over Cheating Scandal

    Quote Originally Posted by rworkman83 View Post
    And his dad says he doesn't know anything about the reason his son left Florida....right. I suppose next he'll be saying he didn't know his son was attending auburn? You have to wonder though, how Auburn granted admission to someone facing sanctions for academic misconduct. Makes me wonder if they even checked to make sure he can read and write before admitting him.


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    Re: Sources: Cam Newton left Florida over Cheating Scandal

    Quote Originally Posted by jsmith86 View Post
    You have to wonder though, how Auburn granted admission to someone facing sanctions for academic misconduct. Makes me wonder if they even checked to make sure he can read and write before admitting him.
    He is a great FB player that is how. Do you really think being able to read or write would keep a kid of this tallent out of college.


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    Re: Sources: Cam Newton left Florida over Cheating Scandal

    Won't matter to Newton, he will be in the NFL next year anyway.



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    Re: Sources: Cam Newton left Florida over Cheating Scandal

    Really, he just has to go this semester. Kid's going pro after this year, so as long as he stays eligible this semester, that's all that matters to him or the school.

    QUOTE=jsmith86;1991502]And his dad says he doesn't know anything about the reason his son left Florida....right. I suppose next he'll be saying he didn't know his son was attending auburn? You have to wonder though, how Auburn granted admission to someone facing sanctions for academic misconduct. Makes me wonder if they even checked to make sure he can read and write before admitting him.[/QUOTE]



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    Re: Sources: Cam Newton left Florida over Cheating Scandal

    Quote Originally Posted by cyrocksmypants View Post
    Really, he just has to go this semester. Kid's going pro after this year, so as long as he stays eligible this semester, that's all that matters to him or the school.

    QUOTE=jsmith86;1991502]And his dad says he doesn't know anything about the reason his son left Florida....right. I suppose next he'll be saying he didn't know his son was attending auburn? You have to wonder though, how Auburn granted admission to someone facing sanctions for academic misconduct. Makes me wonder if they even checked to make sure he can read and write before admitting him.
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    Doesn't he have to pass a certain number of credits in order to play in a bowl game. I remember a couple of ISU players that missed the bowl game because of that. Although that may be a Big12 rule and knowing the SEC they probably don't have such a thing.



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