Cam Newton, Auburn's best football player in decades, won the Heisman Trophy in a tsunami of votes cast by Sports Writers, and later celebrated with new beau Kim Kardashian who was on hand to keep an eye on her latest conquest.
Newton, who eclipsed most passing, rushing and total touchdown records, led Auburn to an undefeated season and #1 ranking leading up to the the BSC game against Oregon in January for the championship.
Kardashian, no stranger to Football fans, was former Heisman Trophy Winner Reggie Bush's main squeeze until the New Orleans Saints running back was stripped of the trophy for accepting a comfortable salary while at USC by a Sports Agent.
Newton, aware of the furor caused by Bush's indiscretions, announced last night after his selection, that he was donating his entire salary for the 2010 season, less the signing bonus, to Kardashian's favorite charity, the Betty Ford Clinic.
Newton said he was impressed with Kardashian's life style and also impressed with her success at self promotion that has reaped her tremendous financial rewards and unofficial title as "Bimbo with the World's Most Bodacious Booty!"
Said Newton, " I admire a woman who's not afraid to put her arse on the line!"
Newton said he would be letting Kardashian negotiate his first Pro Contract, thereby affirming he would not be back for his Senior year at Auburn saying, "Hey, you all, I gotta start thinking of myself, and go where the real money is!"
Speaking for Cam, Kim said she is currently negotiating on a $15m lot in Brentwood, California, next to Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen's new $20M 22k square foot house.
"I think Cam can learn a lot by being Tom's neighbor, and certainly Gisele can certainly learn a lot from me...not that I think she has a skinny arse you understand, she just needs to promote what she's got a little more aggressively and learn that all dough doesn't just make white bread, a little pumpernickel is great for the diet, and keeps you regular!"
During his acceptance speech Cam also gave a 'shout out' to USC current head coach Lane Kiffin, "for being an inspiration and role model' as he bailed out of his Senior year at Auburn to pursue 'a better deal and more money in the pros."
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick said he had "no interest at this time" in drafting Newton for the Pats who currently are the odds on favorite to win the Super Bowl.