If Cam Newton’s ascension continues – and the sky seems the limit – he can dance and celebrate as much as he likes. He’s big, fast and smart with an outsize personality that complements his 6-foot-5, 245.
If you were born in the 1940s, you might find Cam Newton’s celebratory gestures off-putting. If you were born in this century, you probably have a different opinion of the Carolina Panthers quarterback.
A panel cites proper coaching and playing technique for the game’s increased level of safety, but contact, says former NFL player and coach Herm Edwards, will always be part of the game.
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Oak Ridge quarterback Ian Book, Folsom offensive tackle Jonah Williams, Del Oro safety Trey Udoffia and Elk Grove all-purpose standout Ryan Robards were named to the 37th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football first team.
The Kings will try for a second win in a row Wednesday, and Marco Belinelli hopes to build on his shooting success in Monday’s win over the Bucks when he scored 10 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter.
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Sacramento State will open its 2016 season at home against Division II Western Oregon on Sept. 3. A week later, the Hornets will travel to Fresno State, their only Football Bowl Subdivision opponent.
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