Tiki And Tierney Weekly Rewind 4/13-4/17

JIMMY ROBERTS – 4/13/15
Golf Channel analyst

“What he did (all those years) was absurd. That’s not the way golf is. Golf is a game of inconsistency and you have to manage your mistakes. I have long believed that the reason Tiger Woods was the greatest golfer for the period of time that he was, was not because he shot 63 more times than anybody else, but it’s because he shot 77 fewer times than anybody else. I don’t think he’ll ever be what he was because what he was was crazy, but I think he played really well this week.”
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CHRIS MULLIN – 4/14/15
St. John’s head coach

“You can draw up a great play and you can do all those things, but you need players. So that’s where our focus is. We want to get the best talent, and we also want to put a team together. I envision a team passing opposed to dribbling. Body movement, being unselfish on offense and defense – and that takes time. It takes a little time to teach guys how to play that way. A lot of guys are not taught that way now. A lot of it is isolation and playing off the dribble. So it’s a combination of what their skills allow, but I also would like to play an NBA-paced game. Again, scale it back to the college game, but in essence, up-tempo, fast-paced, very decisive. If there’s a play out there, go make it. You can play that way when you have great players.”
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KEN BERGER – 4/15/15
CBS Sports NBA insider

“I had him third on my Coach of the Year ballot. I just couldn’t not give it to Steve Kerr. Sixty-six wins and counting, biggest improvement for a 50-win team year-to-year in NBA history, rookie record for wins for an NBA head coach – I couldn’t not give it to him. But Brad Stevens certainly deserves a lot of credit.”
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JACK FORD – 4/15/15
CBS Legal analyst

“The law says you can be equally responsible under the law even if you didn’t pull the trigger but if it wouldn’t have happened except for you; you made it happen. That was the theory essentially, because the prosecution couldn’t prove who pulled the trigger. They basically said, ‘We’re going to prove to you who was there, that they were all part of it and that Aaron Hernandez was the orchestrator of this – and that’s enough under Massachusetts law for you to convict them.’ And the jurors agreed.”
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CHRIS SIMMS – 4/16/15
Bleacher Report NFL analyst

“He’s a talented man. Unbelievable feet in the hole, the vision is phenomenal – that’s where I think he’s got a definite edge over a Gurley right now.”
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GRADY JARRETT – 4/17/15
NFL prospect

“I’m thinking top-five, praying for top-five for him. He’s good enough to do that. Vic’s a beast, man. He’s a beast. He’s a freak of nature, and he’s hungry. Wherever he ends up is going to be good for him. Whatever position they end up putting him, he’s going to excel. He’s gifted at rushing the passer.”
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JEREMY ROENICK – 4/17/15
NBC NHL analyst

“Corey Crawford has won a Stanley Cup for the Hawks. He has earned the spot as the No. 1 goaltender, and no matter how good you are, you’re going to have bad games. Corey Crawford was off and made some mistakes. I think with them winning and bailing him out, I like the move of putting Corey Crawford back in and giving him another chance to redeem himself and to give one back to his team for what they just gave him.”
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