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Cam Newton Calls Auburn “Running Back U” After Cameron Artis-Payne Run
Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports
At Carolina Panthers practice on Monday, QB Cam Newton was all excited after second-year RB out of Auburn Cameron Artis-Payne ripped off a big run. That's when Newton started declaring Auburn “Running Back U"...
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Artis-Payne, in 2015, rushed for 183 yards and a touchdown on 45 attempts.

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boogiewoogie197895 months
Whatever he needs to tell himself to sleep at night.
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Beuter Perkins95 months
Serious question. Was Cam even a student at Auburn for more than a semester?
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jangalang95 months
Umm yeah.... He graduated from Auburn.
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DannyB95 months
You guys are right...Auburn has never put any RB's in the NFL!! (sarcasm) Joe Cribbs Lionel James Bo Jackson Stephen Davis Ronnie Brown Cadillac Williams Rudi Johnsom Ben Tate Fred Beasley James Brooks Brent Fullwood Tony Richardson William Andrews Cam Newton - He did lead the SEC in rushing the year he played as a QB. and others
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SECdragonmaster95 months
Cam is right.
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justausedcarguy95 months
Wait, does Auburn even have any RBs left?
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John Gotti95 months
well Cam's an idiot
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rattlebucket95 months
Good ole $cam newton
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auzach9195 months
Still in your head 6 years later
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Lordofwrath8895 months
Still have the $cam shirt. And yes, he's EARNED that place. Hellova player.
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TigahTeeth95 months
Why would he wait for one big run in practice to claim Auburn as RBU?
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gamecocks2295 months
That's why he went to Auburn! or That boy went to Auburn! or Hey that dude went to Auburn Which one was it.
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PeteRose95 months
That's like saying Navy is WRU
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