Only the NCAA can stop Cam Newton now. He has won the 2010 Heisman Memorial Trophy as the most outstanding player in the country. All that is left is formalities. Rallying Auburn from 24-0 to keep national championship hopes alive, and passing so well in the process, easily does the trick.
PLAYERS WHO STOOD OUT: Cameron Newton accounted for all four Auburn touchdowns. His passing was the tool Auburn used to shock everyone. His pass efficiency was 205.
LaMichael James has another strong workman like game. He has already surpassed his totals from last year, which was no small task.
PLAYERS DROPPED: Kendall Hunter. You have to give your team more than 55 yards in such an important game.
PLAYERS TOEING THE LINE: None.
PLAYERS ADDED: None.
LaMichael James, Oregon
2009: 230 rushes, 1,546 yards, 14 TD
2010: 256 rushes, 1,548 yards, 19 TD
Last: 28 rushes, 126 yards, 2 TD
Justin Blackmon, Oklahoma State
2009: 20 receptions, 260 yards, 2 TD
2010: 102 receptions, 1,665 yards, 18 TD
Last: 8 receptions, 105 yards, 1 TD
Cameron Newton, Auburn
2009: Junior College
2010: 148-218 (67.9%), 2,254 yards, 24 TD, 6 Int / 228 rushes, 1,336 yards, 18 TD
Last: 13-20 (65%), 216 yards, 3 TD, 0 Int / 22 rushes, 39 yards, 1 TD
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