Found February 07, 2013 on Larry Brown Sports:
Auburn and Alabama may not have the same type of intense rivalry in basketball that they have in football, but a special guest added a spark to the latest meeting between the two teams on Wednesday night. Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton returned to his alma mater and helped cheer the Tigers to a 49-37 win over Bama. “I wish I knew he was here. I would have put him in the game,” Auburn head coach Tony Barbee joked after the game. “He’s still got some eligibility left. I didn’t know he was here. I didn’t see him.” I can tell you one guy who did know he was there, and that’s the dude sitting at the scorer’s table whose ear Cam was screaming into. Judging by his reaction, I don’t think he cared that it was an NFL quarterback who was blowing out his eardrum. If Barbee really wanted to put Newton in the game, he probably could have. This is the SEC we’re talking about. Everything has a price. H/T War Eagle Reader via The Big Lead for the video The post Cam Newton cheers in stude...

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Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton made headlines recently when he decided to take classes again at Auburn -- a school in which he helped lead to a BCS National Championship a couple of years ago.Furthermore, the former Tigers signal caller seems to be really serious about living the true college life. Earlier this week, he was spotted in the Auburn student section cheering...

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Ha! Props to Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton for staying true to his school. For those of you who haven't seen it, we have video below of Newton, who attended Wednesday's Auburn hoops win over arch rival Alabama, leading the student section--megaphone in hand, in cheering on the Tigers. And his team won. Granted, the 49-37 win may have set the game of college basketball...

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Cam Newton has decided to go back to Auburn to work toward finishing his degree this offseason, and it appears he has had no problem acclimating himself to campus life once again. The War Eagle Reader has been closely following Newton’s return to Auburn since the NFL season ended. Earlier this week, we showed you a video of Cam cheering on the Tigers basketball team with the rest...
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