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Mississippi State's Dan Mullen Is The One Smearing Cam Newton

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Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness once made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. Today, Luke comes to Cam Newton's defense.


There is a campaign to destroy the reputation of Auburn Tigers quarterback Cam Newton, and I firmly believe that Mississippi State football head coach Dan Mullen is behind it, especially after Fox Sports came out with their story that the Heisman Trophy front runner left the University of Florida because he was caught cheating.   

I spoke to one of my sources in the Southeastern Conference and all this shit points to Mullen, who, of course, is ducking for cover.

But he can't deny that he was the offensive coordinator and QB coach at UF when Newton was a Gator. Mullen figured Newton would come play for him. He believes he made the kid. Mullen is feeling salty because Newton picked Auburn, where he has blossomed into an electrifying play maker. 

One would automatically think that Florida Gators top man Urban Meyer was the one talking shit because he was sour that Newton transferred. But we may have to give the Gators a pass on this one. Mullen is the snitch. He felt Newton was obligated to play for him, and now he is acting like a scorned woman. 

Now this young man is having his life torn apart, declared guilty in the court of public opinion. It's guys like Mullen who should be exposed and investigated. He has no business coaching in the NCAA.

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