Dennis Dodd speculates that win, lose or draw, we won’t hear from Cam Newton (again) after Saturday’s game in the Georgia Dome.
One or the other is going to happen Saturday at the SEC championship game.
Cam Newton has not been available to the media for the past two games against Georgia and Alabama. That will be an issue this week in the SEC championship game. As you can see from the language below, all players and coaches must be made available to the media in an open locker room after the game or a school risks being fined.
I believe Auburn will take the hit. Why change now when the punishment is, say, $10,000? Joe Paterno absorbed a $15,000 fine a couple of years ago in the Rose Bowl when he didn’t open his locker room.
I was at the Georgia game. I don’t believe this is Auburn’s decision. I think the school has been told by the NCAA and/or the FBI to clam up. They don’t want the media to have the opportunity to ask Cam pointed questions.
If that’s true, were I Auburn, I know where I’d send the bill.
If that’s true.