Auburn is taking on Alabama in the annual Iron Bowl. Former Auburn QB Cam Newton is in attendance and as he was making his way to the stadium he got into it with one Alabama heckler who wanted to remind him about the allegations that tainted Newton’s career at Auburn.
Listen as the Bama fan yells “180k”, the amount Cam Newton’s father allegedly sought out from colleges in exchange for his son to play at their school. Cam wasn’t too happy with the heckler and yelled that he’d slap the shit out of him.
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In a season fit for the silver screen, Kyle Busch completed his emotional comeback from a devastating season-opening injury to capture his first career NASCARSprint Cup Series title.
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A further reduction of downforce and the implementation of additional safety developments highlight the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series rules package, which NASCAR officials announced last fall at Kansas.
Aerodynamic adjustments similar to those in place for races at Kentucky Speedway and Michigan International Speedway in 2016 form the framework for the 2017 performance platform. However, slight modifications to the overall base package have been made.
According to officials, the 2017 race package will include:
• Rear spoiler dimensions for all non-restricted events will be 2 3/8 inches x 61 inches. Current spoiler dimensions are 3 1/2 x 61; for the Kentucky and Michigan races, the dimensions were 2 1/2 x 53 inches.
• Splitter measurements for the 2017 package will be the same as those for the 2016 Kentucky and Michigan races, with a 3-inch reduction in the outboard (side) areas;
• A tapered rear deck fin;
• Net rear steer setting of zero.
The aero changes are...
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