Cam Newton NCAA Investigation: Tigers Still Staying On Top
Cam Newton NCAA investigation rumors have been circulating all around the world of college football ever since news broke that the Auburn quarterback may have played a part in some serious violations.
According to ESPN, Kenny Rogers, former Mississippi State teammate of John Bond, told Bond (who was trying to recruit Cameron Newton) that he represented the quarterback and that Newton was requesting a six-figure payment. Rogers said that other schools had offered $200,000, but he would be able to get Newton to agree to $180,000 just for Bond.
"He said it would take some cash to get Cam," Bond said. "I called our athletic director, Greg Byrne, and he took it from there. That was pretty much it."
Newton and his family have denied these allegations, and Rogers himself told a Dallas radio station that he had not solicited Newton to Mississippi State.
Neither Auburn nor Newton is being investigated at this time.
And it doesn't seem like the Tigers are too distracted as they beat up on Chattanooga.
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