Cam Newton is expected to be announced as the Heisman Trophy winner after a dominant season.
And every Heisman trophy winner needs a 'Heisman play.'
A play which sets them apart from the rest of the competition. A play which shows outstanding ability. A play which separates the men from the boys.
A man against boys has been a common theme for Cam Newton all season.
In a season where he has simply dominated, no play quite highlights his dominance like this one.
This isn't against an Arkansas State or a Chatanooga either - its against LSU and their tough SEC defense.
This breathtaking play was 49 yards of sheer Cam Newton brilliance.
Showing a potent blend of power and elusiveness, the Walter Camp award winner burst up the middle before juking right to avoid an LSU defender. It was all too much for LSU's SEC leading rush defense as Newton cut back to go by two more defenders.
And it was as if Newton hadn't even reached his top gear as he turned it up at around the 15 yard line to accelerate away from the speedy shutdown corner Patrick Peterson.
In one stunning moment, Cam Newton produced a truly memorable play in an equally memorable season.