Heisman Trophy 2010: Tigers Follow Cam Newton to New York
The Heisman Trophy 2010 award ceremony is under way.
Right now, they're going through the motions of introducing each of the candidates one by one. That means nothing more than a series of applauses and general ass-kissery.
But there was one story that came out about an hour ago that caught my eye. According to the Associated Press, Auburn quarterback may have the home field advantage in New York.
The AP report says that hundreds of Auburn fans traveled to New York and arranged to greet Newton with a customary "Tiger Walk," which basically involves a bunch of people in orange and blue lining up and creating an avenue through which a player can pass, usually on his way to the team bus.
This is the same ritual in which Newton partook before every game this season, so one could say that it's a must for his mojo. Either that, or you could say that Auburn fans have too much time and money on their hands.
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