The MoJo Show Weekly Rewind 9/1-9/5

TONY GONZALEZ – 9/2/14
NFL on CBS analyst, former NFL tight end

“They’re a dark horse. I’m not saying they’re going to win the Super Bowl this year, but I think with what they’ve done with Josh McCown coming over there to go with Vincent Jackson, (Mike) Evans – a big-time rookie – I think offensively they are going to be real good with Doug Martin in the backfield.”
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CHRIS CANTY – 9/2/14
Baltimore Ravens defensive end

“I think that last year there was an air of complacency that kind of set in with our football team for whatever reason. Obviously coming off the Super Bowl, it’s tough to continue to motivate yourself and you got a shorter offseason. I’m not trying to make excuses, but human nature is human nature. Last season humbled a lot of the guys on this football team, and so this year we’ve had an opportunity to work together throughout the offseason process. We’re really excited about the strides our team has made as a whole. We’re just looking forward to getting to play real football games.”
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JIM JEFFERIES – 9/3/14
Australian comedian

“Oh, no you don’t. They’re just full of meat. I can’t get on board. I know you’re saying that you got to wear the pads because they hit so hard, and the pads actually make it more dangerous. If it makes it more dangerous to wear the pads, stop wearing the pads. You look like idiots.”
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AARON TAYLOR – 9/3/14
Former Notre Dame standout

“The offense without question is the strength of their team this year, and I think a big reason why is because of Everett Golson and his maturity,” said Taylor, a consensus All-American offensive guard for the Irish in 1992 and 1993. “We (talked) about that involuntary academic redshirt year that he was asked to take for, ironically, cheating. But I think he learned his lesson.”
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TIM BROWN – 9/4/14
Heisman Trophy winner and former NFL WR 

“It’s sad. It’s sad to see it’s coming to an end. We were such a great rivalry for so many years. I’m sure they’re going to find ways to maybe play a . . . (neutral-site game or a bowl game or something), but it won’t be at the Big House or Notre Dame Stadium. It’s not going to be the same for sure.”
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JON DORENBOS – 9/4/14
Philadelphia Eagles long snapper

“That was holding me down. As soon as I let that go, honesty, that’s when life started.”
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