Talking Sports with Auburn’s Cam Newton

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Cam Newton, the junior quarterback from the Auburn Tigers, recently took time to do a Heisman Q&A with The Capital Sports Report at the prior to the Heisman trophy ceremony.

TCSR: What’s the ingredients to the Camy Cam Juice?

CM: “It’s a good thing. I can’t spill the beans, but it’s something that I don’t take too serious. A lot of the guys on the team laugh about the whole thing. Sooner or later, the information will be spilled to the media.”

Auburn Tigers quarterback Cam Newton sets to throw a pass against the Chattanooga Mocs
Cam Newton sets to throw a pass against the Chattanooga Mocs (Getty Images)

TCSR: Have you had any time to walk around New York, or you’ve been pretty busy with your responsibilities?

CM: “No, I haven’t. But that time will come in the near future. I share something great with three guys that I’ve never met before. I’ve seen them on TV, but it is something very rewarding as a player.”

Related: Cam Newton wins the 76th Heisman Trophy Award

TCSR: What’s it going to be like facing LaMichael James, fellow Heisman candidate, on the same field at the National Championship game?

CM: “Something has been said here and something has been said there. But as far as the game goes, we haven’t really talked about the game. I think he’s a great player. Hopefully, he respects me enough. What’s on the field happens on the field, while what’s off the field, hopefully, we can be friends.”

TCSR: What do you have to say to the fans right now?

CM: “Thank you. I don’t think I can express that enough. I give a big War Eagle to everybody in the Auburn family. Thank you for supporting me in whatever I’ve been doing.”

Related: Talking Sports with Boise State’s Kellen Moore

TCSR: Have you thought about what you are going to say when you win the award?

CM: “I don’t know. You are really going to have to see. I might even wing it.”

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