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Here’s the College Football Final coverage of Cam Newton’s coming out party vs. South Carolina in 2010

Myself, I stood up and shouted Heisman during his first long touchdown jog in the 2010 season opener against Arkansas State. But the South Carolina game three weeks later—that’s what really delivered those Cam Newton Is a Heisman Candidate optics. That five-yard, just-in-case dive at the end of his, like, 60-yard touchdown run understandably dominated most of the highlights in ESPN’s College Football Final, eliciting a helmet sticker from Mark May and high praise from Dr. Lou.

“I think you have to put him in the Heisman race,” Holtz said. “I know it’s early, but what this young man has done for Auburn is absolutely fantastic.”

Also making the reel: South Carolina’s Brian Maddox going full Langner and just straight up kicking T’Sharvan Bell in the face, and a familiar looking touchdown toss to Philip Lutzenkirchen (“Achtung!”)…

(Video: Auburn Obsessive. Can’t see it? Try here.)

Related: Lauren Graham, Craig T. Nelson watch, discuss 2006 Auburn-South Carolina game in episode of ‘Parenthood’.

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Jeremy Henderson is the editor of The War Eagle Reader and co-host of Rich and Jeremy in the Mornings on Wings 94.3 FM in Auburn. Follow him on Twitter: @wareaglereader / @jerthoughts / @RichandJeremy

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