Auburn Football: Should the Tigers and Cam Newton's Family Sue Fox Sports?

Nathan Deal@@NateDawgAUCorrespondent INovember 9, 2010

AUBURN, AL - NOVEMBER 6:  Quarterback Cam Newton #2 of the Auburn Tigers yells after running for a touchdown against the Chattanooga Mocs November 6, 2010 at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Alabama.  (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)
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This morning sealed the deal: I will never go on ever again.

After a week of slander, including an article titled Don't Vote Newton For Heisman, it's unbearable to think that anyone in America can take them seriously. has reported that, according to a source (a source, not actual facts), Newton cheated on three separate occasions while enrolled at Florida.

So what? This is NEWS?

We're all aware that Cam wasn't a bright kid at Florida and made stupid mistakes. But why can't ESPN and FOX accept that Cameron Newton is a changed MAN? That's right, he's a man now. He has cleaned himself up and handled all of these lies and allegations with dignity and class.

If I were him I would be so mad, I would cuss out the media. But not Cam. He's too mature.

Why does anybody even BELIEVE this slander? Kevin Scarbinsky and Cecil Newton both declared this a "Character Assassination Attempt." I couldn't agree more.

Heisman voters, how are you going to believe this garbage? He probably DID cheat on tests, but why is it now breaking news? It wasn't breaking news when he was a student at Florida or a student at Blinn.

It's breaking news now that he's the runaway favorite for the Heisman Trophy on a team positioned perfectly in the BCS title race.

Auburn University and the Newton family should sue ESPN, FOX Sports and anything else involved in this bologna. If they were trying their hardest to wreck Cam's reputation, they might have succeeded.

So I hope they're happy.

They spoiled a fine young man's chance to win an award he's very deserving of by spreading lies and posting news about things that happened when he was a dumb kid enrolled at the University of Florida.

If donations to Cecil's church made by Cam's brother, who was signed by the Jaguars last year, weren't enough, then surely the money the Newtons will get after they sue FOX Sports and other media outlets will be enough to fix that church...and build 50 more.

To any Heisman voters reading this: Don't listen to this garbage; it's all lies and things that happened in his past. He's not ineligible and he won't be until his senior season is over or he leaves for the NFL.

Do the right thing and vote Cameron Newton for Heisman.

Have a great day.