Earlier today the NCAA announced that Cam Newton is eligible to play in Saturday's SEC title game against South Carolina. On Monday the NCAA discovered a violation of Newton's "amateur status" and yesterday Auburn declared the quarterback ineligible to play. The school requested the heavily-favored Heisman candidate's eligibility be reinstated. In the meantime, cash payment and pay-to-play accusations continue to circulate in the SEC. According to the New York Times, the NCAA is still claiming his father broke rules by shopping his son to another school. Discuss amongst yourself in the comments.