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As Auburn's seventh day of spring practice ended Tuesday, I caught sight of a tall man pushing himself along with one leg on a knee scooter. If you don't know, a knee scooter is a contraption for someone who only has full use of one leg.At first, I wondered who it was. Was there an injury I wasn't aware of to an Auburn player? Then, as he got closer, I saw his big smile. I knew for sure who it was. It was Cam Newton, who in one remarkable season became an Auburn icon for all time.

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