Cameron Newton: How Auburn's 2011 Season Changes On One Decision

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Cameron Newton: How Auburn's 2011 Season Changes On One Decision
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As bowl season approaches, it is not uncommon nor is it wrong to think about next year. Everyone wonders, "Will my team be in the same position next year?" It is something we can't help but to think about.

Auburn, with a No. 1 ranking, an undefeated 13-0 record and an SEC Championship won in dominating fashion, will play the No. 2 Oregon Ducks in Glendale, AZ on Jan. 10 for the BCS National Championship.

The hard truth is that very few, if any, predicted that Auburn could be where they are. The experts didn't. I must, however, brag that I did predict a 14-0 record and a championship (though I may or may not have been kidding at the time).

My point is that no one knows the future, but we like to think about it anyways, so let's take a look at one of the biggest contributing factors to this year's success: the quarterback position.

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