Scott Moore Claims He Has Heard Tapes Implicating Cam Newton in Pay for Play | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

Scott Moore Claims He Has Heard Tapes Implicating Cam Newton in Pay for Play

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, March 1st, 2011
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A lot of people have allegedly heard these tapes, but currently no tapes exist.

Common sense tells you that Cam Newton was fully aware what was going on with his father Cecil Newton, but without proof his hands are clean.

Unless someone has some proof it should be a non issue.  Going on radio telling us something that we already know doesn’t really do anything except make you look like a bitter Alabama fan.

Scott Moore, an Alabama fan and a college football speaker, said Friday during a radio interview with WNSP in Mobile, Ala., that he heard tapes of Cecil Newton selling his son’s services to Mississippi State while Cam was in the room. Moore also claimed that Cecil Newton said he had received an offer from Tennessee for $200,000, but that he’d give Mississippi State a $20,000 discount.

If it’s proven that Cam Newton knew about being shopped around, he would be retroactively ruled ineligible for the 2010 season and all hell would break loose. And you’d have millions of college football fans saying, “I told you so.” But why would either Bond or Bell sit on the tape(s) without turning the evidence over to the NCAA? The evidence can’t really exist, right? Or, perhaps the audio does exist but it was deemed inconclusive, whether by the NCAA, Bond or Bell.

This has no effect on Cam Newton, if these tapes or evidence ever does pop up it will be Auburn that suffers (similar to USC).  Until someone has some pictures, videos or audio it is just white noise.

They might want to make sure the Moore hasn’t poisoned any trees lately.

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