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Cam Newton remembers the Toomer’s Oaks

January 11, 2011. You can buy this photo here.
January 11, 2011. You can buy this photo here.

The Regular Guy responsible for easily the most stunning visuals ever produced by rolling them knows what the Toomer’s Oaks mean to Auburn fans.

“I just remember all the times I saw the trees flooded with toilet paper. It is the equivalent of people’s joy, and it means so much to the players to see the passion and support from our fans,” Cam Newton told AU for Auburn.edu’s weekly Take 5 feature. “You see people having fun with smiles on their faces at the corner, and I’m hopeful the tradition will continue to be as strong as ever. It’s the ultimate celebration!”

That “Hopeful the tradition will continue to be as strong as ever” line has us even more hopeful that the possible “dramatically” presented revelation of Toomer’s 2.0 involves Cam SuperCamming open his shirt to reveal the design tattooed on his chest. Keever’s chest would be cool, too.

Related: Pat Dye remembers the Toomer’s Oaks.

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