Report: Booster Received Payment Plan for Newton

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press
Mississippi State booster Bill Bell tells ESPN.com that he
received a payment plan from a man who said he represented Cam
Newton

Cam Newton in action for Auburn

Mississippi State booster Bill Bell tells ESPN.com that he
received a payment plan from a man who said he represented Cam
Newton's father that was designed to get the quarterback to sign
with the Bulldogs.

Bell, a former Mississippi State player, says Kenny Rogers sent
him a text message outlining a payment schedule that included
$80,000 on the day Newton signed, $50,000 30 days later and $50,000
30 days after that. Rogers, who has worked for an agent, is also a
former Mississippi State player.

Bell says he was on three-way calls with Rogers and Cam's
father, Cecil, when discussions about the payment plan took place.
He says Cecil Newton never directly asked for money and he has
shared some voice messages with the NCAA.

Cam Newton signed with Auburn, now ranked No. 2.

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