Cam Newton: NCAA Investigation Still Looms As QB Prepares For NFL Draft
Cam Newton Still Under Investigation by NCAA as He Tries to Keep Reggie Bush Out of the Discussion.
With all the hype and adoration that has been following Auburn QB Cameron Newton since he declared for the draft, you almost forget about that whole investigation earlier in the season on whether Newton took money from Auburn to play there.
Well, I'm here to be the party-pooper and tell everyone the investigation is still on-going and Newton isn't officially out of the woods yet.
Although NCAA officials have admitted there has been nothing new or incriminating that has popped up since the investigation first ensued, it's worth noting that they haven't closed the investigation yet.
Of course, the last thing Newton wanted when he reportedly signed the most lucrative endorsement deal ever for an NFL rookie was to draw comparisons to New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush.
Bush held the record for the largest rookie endorsement deal in NFL history before Newton made headlines recently with Under Armour.
He also was that guy who got his Heisman Trophy stripped away for receiving money from USC during his collegiate years.
It was almost fitting that Bush's name popped up in what was largely a big day for Newton, not in the sense that Newton's guilty like Bush but in the sense that it's worth noting he isn't home-free yet.
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