Cam Newton Wins Heisman Trophy Has Eye On National Championship

By | December 22, 2010

The story of Cam Newton’s meteoric rise to the peak of college football is as historic and controversial as it is newsworthy.

From University of Florida outcast to junior college megastar to 2010 Heisman Trophy winner, Cam Newton is a name people will talk about for generations. The biggest game of his life is quickly approaching in the form of the 2011 BCS National Championship Game. With the holiday season in full swing, Cam Newton autographs were in heavy demand as college football fan’s want to commemorate this incredible quarterback with Cam Newton signed memorabilia.

While the NCAA and others have picked apart his past in delicate detail, the redshirt junior from College Park, Georgia, has ripped through the Southeastern Conference and college football in general this season. In one season, Cam has gone from uncertain potential to one of the best athletes to ever play college football.

He has led an Auburn Tigers football team that went 8-5 last year to a January 10th date with Oregon for the most prestigious accomplishment in college football. Along the way he has created a brand that will make his Auburn Tigers memorabilia a sports fan’s treasure for generations to come.

I look back to the all-time greats when I talk about Cameron “Cam” Newton. Imagine having an autograph from Barry Sanders or Roger Staubach or a young Joe Montana. That is the kind of elite status that a Cam Newton autograph could carry one day.

With likely only one game left to expand on his Auburn University legacy, one can only imagine what kind of performance Cam Newton is ready to have on January 10th, 2011. We should come to expect nothing less than something iconic to solidify the value of Cam Newton autographed memorabilia.

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