Gio And Jones Weekly Rewind 12/7-12/11

AARON TAYLOR – 12/7/15
CBS Sports Network college football analyst

“I think the simple easy answer would be Alabama, but all you do when you count out Michigan State is find a way for your team to go home unhappy. Michigan State’s done an excellent job (protecting) the football. They score points on offense and they get after it on defense. They find ways to win. They’re a tough team.”
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TAYLOR HILL – 12/7/15
Victoria’s Secret angel

“I don’t take it too seriously. I try to have fun because it’s fun. You’re supposed to be there and have fun and the energy is exciting and high. Obviously I’m very nervous, but I’m not doing it to myself. Everyone else is doing it.”
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MIKE KRZYZEWSKI – 12/8/15
Duke head coach

“Jah is as good a kid as you’ll (find). He’s a loving, good kid. It shows that crap can happen to anybody, especially if you put yourself (in certain situations). I’m Catholic, my wife’s Baptist. We used to learn about Catholic religion and people would say, ‘You’re not supposed to sin.’ Well, every religion says that. What they used to tell us is, ‘Don’t put yourself in the occasion to sin.’ That’s what happens with a lot of these guys. They put themselves in the occasion of getting into trouble – and sometimes trouble’s around that. You may not get into trouble, but all of a sudden, boom. Jah has to stay away from that, and he knows that. He will. I told him to quit apologizing. You’re a great kid, just move on. And he accepts that responsibility. I don’t know if you’ve ever had him on, but he’s as good a kid as I’ve had an opportunity to coach.”
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MARK SCHLERETH – 12/8/15
ESPN NFL analyst

“So when I hear our league and our commissioner talk about player safety, I laugh in his face. It’s the biggest bunch of garbage. Oh yeah, safety first – that’s why we’re going to play every Thursday night. On Thursday, I could still barely walk after a game. . . . You guys don’t care because you’re making money. That’s really what it comes down to. I wish you would just come out and say, ‘Hey, money is our No. 1 priority here. That’s what we’re about.’ Because that’s what you’re about.”
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BUTCH DAVIS – 12/9/15
Former Miami head coach

“Certainly I put my name in the ring and got a chance to interview for the job, and they chose to go in a different direction. That’s the life that you live sometimes when you’re a coach. You try to do the best you can. I would have loved the opportunity, but it just didn’t work out.”
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IKE TAYLOR – 12/10/15
Former Steelers cornerback

“Usually when you think of Tom, you think of a diva kind of quarterback. These last couple of games, he’s been getting hit a lot and he’s been getting up and he’s been playing the next play. He hasn’t been whining. He’s been getting up. That shows me how bad this guy wants to win. So Tom Brady, for sure, it looks like he’s gotten better in the pocket, his delivery has always been crucial, and man, he’s doing a lot with less.”
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PAT NARDUZZI – 12/11/15
Pittsburgh head coach

“I was with the same head coach (Mark Dantonio) for the last 11 years. I’ve got four children. One just graduated from Michigan State. One is a sophomore here at Pitt and loves the campus and loves the university right now. She’s really having fun being in a beautiful city. I’ve got a junior golfer and then I’ve got an eighth-grade girl. I’m a family guy that likes to have a place to call home. I don’t know if I could be in a better place in the United States than in the city of Pittsburgh with the support we’ve got here. I just don’t know if there’s a better place.”
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BART SCOTT – 12/11/15
CBS NFL Today analyst

“That’s a team that nobody wants to see. If they can muster up enough defense, Ben Roethlisberger and that offense is explosive and they can turn the game on a dime. They have explosive players. Martavis Bryant, Antonio Brown, and now DeAngelo Williams – he’s turned the clock back. He’s staying healthy. It’s always weird: When guys are always injured, the first year when they go to a new team, they’re always healthy. Next year he’ll get hurt in training camp tying his shoe.”
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