Monday, October 25, 2010

Newton's Law

We are all told in middle school science class that Newtons Theory was that an object that in motion will not be knocked of course until met with another object. In Cam Newtons case many objects. Auburn's Cam Newton has become a force in the SEC. Standing at 6,6 and 250 pounds, Newton is a load. His dynamic ability to run and throw the ball has made it difficult for defenses to stop him. At this point in the season he has 1077 yards rushing. He is averaging 7 yards a carry and it does not look like he is going to let up. The thing that makes Newton so valuable is that he plays to the whistle, he will start running and not stop running until 2 or 3 of the opposing defenders have knocked him down. On the very next play he will do the same thing again. I will say it once and I will say it again, the ability to wear down a defense with 1 person is valuable. He also has 1364 yards passing and 13 touchdowns. Newton did a number on LSU's defense. He rushed for 217 yards and 2 touchdowns in Auburn's biggest game so far. His consistent strong performances make him a front-runner for The Heisman Trophy.-Josh Neighbors

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