(Alabama Voodoo, Syndicated Writer)
For the first instalment of Commander's Call in three weeks it was imperative that my column center around the most intriguing and defining season in the history of NCAA football. Never before has one players first full season performance been mired in so much controversy and total domination as the 2010 season of Auburn quarterback Cam Newton.
With three games left in Cam Newton's career it's arguably going down as the greatest single season performance in the history of college football by an individual, to include the 1980 breakout of Herschel Walker and Geogria's last National Championship.
Cam Newton has stormed college football with power, finesse, a gallery of amazing plays, leadership and boundless charisma.
The will to win in the face of adversity is in itself a testament to his greatness.