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Posted 03 July 2012 - 08:04 AM

I think it's safe to assume that if his father got 180K for his sons signature not only did Cam know about it, but he also got some of the money. But like most of us have said....

A. He's in the NFL now
B. He's the franchise QB for our Panthers

So honestly who the fug cares....and this is coming from a USC fan who is still angry and bitter at the NCAA.....


Actually none of that is safe to say. Again I claim no expertise but what I remember about that money was that his father was going to use the money to go to the church for which he is a pastor. And knowing what the rules are about recruiting violations I would think that his father would have purposely left him totally out of the situation so in case things happened as they are alledged to have happened. Cam would have total deniability.

So like I have said:

1. None of this has been proven at all.
2. In this country you are innocent until proven guilty.


And if it doesn't matter why was this brought up at all and why does it keep going on????

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Posted 03 July 2012 - 08:08 AM

I'm saying it shouldn't matter, and it shouldn't be brought up. The NCAA did their "investigation" and found nothing so it's over, or at least it should be. That said, it's a huge leap of faith to say Cam didn't know anything if his dad did in-fact get paid. Again, he's our QB now so it means nothing whether he got paid or not. Has nothing to do with his ability, and his pro performance.....

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Posted 03 July 2012 - 08:19 AM

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Posted 03 July 2012 - 08:46 AM

I'm saying it shouldn't matter, and it shouldn't be brought up. The NCAA did their "investigation" and found nothing so it's over, or at least it should be. That said, it's a huge leap of faith to say Cam didn't know anything if his dad did in-fact get paid. Again, he's our QB now so it means nothing whether he got paid or not. Has nothing to do with his ability, and his pro performance.....


So you say it doesn't matter and then go on about it as if it does. Like you said, nothing was found and no evidence was uncovered to show he knew anything. So it is a total departure of logic to say he likely knew what was going on. I agree it doesn't matter but to assume he knew something when nothing backs that up is an unsupported assumption at best. I don't care whether he did it or not, I am just pointing your conversation is totally illogical.

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Posted 03 July 2012 - 08:53 AM

How am I going on about it like it does? All I said was it would be a great leap of faith to believe he had no knowledge of it. As for no evidence being uncovered....they didn't really spend much time looking at Cam, or anyone in the Auburn program....

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Posted 03 July 2012 - 08:56 AM

How am I going on about it like it does? All I said was it would be a great leap of faith to believe he had no knowledge of it. As for no evidence being uncovered....they didn't really spend much time looking at Cam, or anyone in the Auburn program....


Are you really that limited that you can't see that assuming that he must have knowledge of the situation when there has been no evidence of that at all is the leap of faith or leap of logic not the other way around????

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Posted 03 July 2012 - 08:59 AM

Are you really that limited to think that a kid wouldn't know his father was soliciting his signature on a LOI for 180K???

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Posted 03 July 2012 - 09:04 AM

Most washed up fat athletes that bottom are always jealous of up and coming stars

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Posted 03 July 2012 - 09:06 AM

Are you really that limited to think that a kid wouldn't know his father was soliciting his signature on a LOI for 180K???


Again where is the evidence that happened?? There isn't any. You are totally making up the evidence and the circumstances to fit your argument. And yeah if I were doing what he did I totally wouldn't tell my son knowing that as long as he had no knowledge then he wouldn't be in trouble. So if that makes me limited, then guilty as charged. Instead it was brilliant. It would have totally protected Cam even if it happened.

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Posted 03 July 2012 - 09:15 AM

Again where is the evidence that happened?? There isn't any. You are totally making up the evidence and the circumstances to fit your argument. And yeah if I were doing what he did I totally wouldn't tell my son knowing that as long as he had no knowledge then he wouldn't be in trouble. So if that makes me limited, then guilty as charged. Instead it was brilliant. It would have totally protected Cam even if it happened.


Of course there is no evidence, its not like the NCAA has been listening in to conversations between Cam and his father. They could talk all day about all this money they were getting, but as long as the father handles all the money and the contacts there is no evidence linking Cam to any of it.

Its a bit naive to think Cam didnt know anything about it. Of course I dont give a poo if he took the money, he deserved it. Probably deserved more to be honest

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Posted 03 July 2012 - 09:19 AM

I'm not going to debate this anymore, it's going to go somewhere I absolutely don't want it to go....

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Posted 03 July 2012 - 09:22 AM

Of course there is no evidence, its not like the NCAA has been listening in to conversations between Cam and his father. They could talk all day about all this money they were getting, but as long as the father handles all the money and the contacts there is no evidence linking Cam to any of it.

Its a bit naive to think Cam didnt know anything about it. Of course I dont give a poo if he took the money, he deserved it. Probably deserved more to be honest

Of course there is no evidence, its not like the NCAA has been listening in to conversations between Cam and his father. They could talk all day about all this money they were getting, but as long as the father handles all the money and the contacts there is no evidence linking Cam to any of it.

Its a bit naive to think Cam didnt know anything about it. Of course I dont give a poo if he took the money, he deserved it. Probably deserved more to be honest


It isn't naive at all. Why do you think every covert operation or agency in the world uses a need to know basis to disseminate information. So you have deniability in the event things fall apart. Why would you tell Cam you were going to get paid on a side deal by the university? So he could approve it or not?? That would be stupid. You would tell no one, have no records of it and keep it to yourself. That way you stood the least change of getting caught and if you were caught, would have no witnesses.

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Posted 03 July 2012 - 09:23 AM

I'm not going to debate this anymore, it's going to go somewhere I absolutely don't want it to go....

Good idea since you have no leg to stand on.

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Posted 03 July 2012 - 09:24 AM

Who frigging cares if he made some green in college?

The man had a family to think about, beside those kids should be getting paid anyway. NCAA Universities rake in Billions and give the left-over crumbs to the kids that are sweating and bleeding.

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Posted 03 July 2012 - 09:24 AM

It isn't naive at all. Why do you think every covert operation or agency in the world uses a need to know basis to disseminate information. So you have deniability in the event things fall apart. Why would you tell Cam you were going to get paid on a side deal by the university? So he could approve it or not?? That would be stupid. You would tell no one, have no records of it and keep it to yourself. That way you stood the least change of getting caught and if you were caught, would have no witnesses.


So why exactly would telling Cam in any way jeopardize the deal? You think Cam is going to tell the NCAA "oh yeah my father took a couple hundred grand for me to go here"


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