"I really don't think so, honestly..."
On the day of the BCS Title Game, one Heisman Trophy winner says this year's winner shouldn't be allowed to play in the game.
Doug Flutie asked by Boomer Esiason on WFAN in New York if Cam Newton should be allowed to take the field for Auburn against Oregon tonight:
"I really don't think so, honestly. The bottom line is the way the rule was written, that if a family member solicited a player, he became ineligible.
And then all of a sudden, after the fact, he's declared ineligble one day, then eligible the next day, and they're going to rewrite the rule in saying it's not appropriate.
Same principle as Terrelle Pryor playing in a bowl game when he's suspended for next year."
I don't recall another member of the "Heisman fraternity" publicly coming out against its latest member until now.