Cam Newton’s NCAA Investigation Still Continues

November 11th, 2010 - 9:06 pm ICT by GD  

By Gina Gomez
camNov 11, (THAINDIAN NEWS) The Auburn Tigers quarterback Cam Newton is still facing tough time as NCAA has not yet closed investigation that said that he bribed Kenny Rogers, a former Mississippi State Bulldogs player during his recruitment. However, despite all legal doldrums, the Auburn Tigers player managed to shine in his performance against Chattanooga University last week with a score of 62-34. However, the Federal Bureau of Investigation will have a meeting with John Bond, former Mississippi State football player who is none of the key figures of the recruiting scandals of college.

Previously John Bond said that there was a man who said that he represented Cam Newton during the time of recruitment out of junior college and that man reportedly asked for Cam Newton’s commitment to Mississippi State. The former player reportedly told a reputed media source that during 2009 football season Cam Newton’s representative told him that the quarterback is ready to play at Mississippi State and he would have to make a “specific” payment for that. However, this startling revelation has made FBI question the fact if young players are being “shopped” to colleges.

On the other hand Cam Newton has denied all the allegations against him and said that he was not involved in any misconduct in his recruitment. Cam Newton told a reputed media source yesterday that he is not ready to “entertain” something that happened two years ago as he does not want to “beat” a dead horse in any respect. Gene Chizik, Cam Newton’s coach called the whole news as “pure garbage”. Some gossip sources reported that Cam Newton has been suspended for his act, however, there is no confirmation of the news.

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