NFL on FOX analyst

“But it just tells you Carolina puts their money in the front seven and thinks they can get by in the back part. Julio Jones was going to shred just about anyone yesterday, but I think that defensively, Arizona is hanging in there a little bit better.”
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RODDY JONES – 10/3/16
ACC Network analyst

“Their offense may not be the most prolific, but they’re a good offense. They run the football well. It’s a typical Wisconsin offense. They’re not going to come out and throw the ball all over the yard. They’ve got to be dependent on running the football, and that’s what they are this year. So I’m impressed with Michigan. These ugly wins are what good teams are able to do, and Michigan got one. They made a play when it came down to it, so good for them.”
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MAC ENGEL – 10/4/16
Fort Worth Star-Telegram writer

“He didn’t kill it right away when he was asked about it . . . after the loss to Oklahoma State. He said, ‘Hey, we have to find out why this happened. We’re evaluating everything.’ You can’t say that in October. You’re still recruiting kids, dummy. You can’t say that, even if it’s the truth. And UT looks like yet another one of these big, giant athletic departments that is run by a bunch of fat-cat boosters who bought a voice because they have so much money and they know, deep down, they can swat Charlie like a fly on a table and make him go away with a phone call and a $15 million buyout. Ultimately, that’s what’s going to happen.”
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BRADY QUINN – 10/4/16 NFL analyst

“There’s always going to be passion. But then there’s that connection you have with that player that allows you to kind of connect out there on the field and have the ability to calm down guys when they get too emotional like that. So that’s what I think it’s going to come down to. It’s going to come down to Eli Manning continuing to try to get to know Odell Beckham Jr. more as a man and hopefully there becomes that respect and that bond where Odell Beckham will respect more of what Eli Manning is saying to him. The fact of the matter is, it doesn’t seem like he’s willing to kind of change his behavior or change the way he’s acting right now for anyone on that Giants team.”
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BART SCOTT – 10/5/16
CBS NFL Today analyst

“I’ve choked plenty of players. Listen, you can come up here if you want to. You’re leaving differently than you came in. I’d pull his hair back and smack the hell out of him. Listen, you know better. And then it got to be a disrespectful one. You don’t hit him with the front of the hand; you hit him with the back hand. Listen, if you backhand a grown man and he know he can’t do nothing, you break his will. He gotta leave. Somebody gotta die.”
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Virginia Tech head coach

“One, we should embrace what Coach Beamer did here, and we should celebrate it. We should kind of welcome that with open arms and understand there was a really high standard set here and we need to do everything we can to live up to those standards on a daily basis – and it wasn’t just winning and losing. It was how we handled people, how we treat people, how we graduate our kids and do well in the classroom. We need to strive to live up to their standards. Following a guy like Coach Beamer has made it easier.”
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JONAH KERI – 10/5/16
CBS Sports MLB insider

“Ubaldo blew the game, but honestly, it was just dumb throughout. They could have brought Britton in in the seventh, in the eighth, in the ninth, in the tenth, earlier in the 11th when Encarnacion came to bat. They had all these opportunities. It was the cumulative effect. You get to this point and it’s Edwin Encarnacion with two on and one out and the season on the line. If you’ve got left-handed Mariano Rivera and you’re not using him, if I was running a team, I would have to seriously think about whether or not that’s a fireable offense. It’s unbelievable how bad it was.”
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CBS 2 NFL analyst

“He just doesn’t have the ability to get the ball there like Brett Favre had that ability. But he was still moving the ball down the field, even in that six-interception game. He was throwing interceptions in the end zone. He’s making bad reads at the worst possible time, and right now, he’s got a group of receivers that aren’t creating any separation and he’s trying to force the ball sometimes into double teams and triples teams with (Brandon) Marshall. Maybe he’s misreading the defenses, but I think that this team is going to stick with Fitz throughout the year unless this starts to look like it’s going to be a 3-13 season, a 5-11 season. Then maybe you start to dip into that 10 quarters with Bryce Petty and try to find out whether or not Bryce Petty can make things happen.”
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DON LARSEN – 10/6/16
MLB legend

“You try to do your best. Yogi (Berra) knew those guys a lot before I did and he knew how to handle pitchers. The best thing that happened to me that day, I never had such good control in my life. But Yogi put the glove out and I came pretty close to it most of the time except for a couple mistakes I made and the defense took care of that for me. So it worked out pretty darn good.”
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