CHRIS SIMMS – 9/29/15
Bleacher Report NFL analyst

“I totally agree with you there with that statement. I think he is the greatest quarterback I have ever seen. I am totally on that bandwagon. He is head and shoulders above everybody else in football right now.”
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C.J. NITKOWSKI – 9/29/15
FOX Sports MLB analyst

“It was unbelievable. One after another after another basically said, ‘The timing was bad, but it had to be done. I would have done the same thing.‘ (There was) a lot of that stuff consistently – and it wasn’t just from a bunch of old guys that don’t like Bryce Harper. They love him as a player. They know how good he is, but they really felt like the actions were justified.”
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Fox Sports NFL analyst

“He worked through the process. It wasn’t fun for him, but now he’s there.”
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NFL Network analyst

“Cincinnati is kind of interesting. You know Green Bay and New England are good. They got the pedigree and it doesn’t surprise you. Cincinnati, it’s little like Arizona. Aren’t we waiting for the other shoe to drop? I don’t think that’s going to be the case this year – notwithstanding injury. I think these two teams are for real.”
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TAKEO SPIKES – 10/1/15
Former NFL linebacker

“But the thing that would surprise everyone else is (for) these guys, it was a mindset. ‘I have a desire to be great, and this is what I’m going to focus on.’ Along the way going down that road of greatness, you have to make a commitment. You have to sacrifice. And that’s what each of these guys were able to do while I was covering them throughout the book.”
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THOMAS SIRK – 10/1/15
Duke quarterback

“He continues to stress that we have to have great habits off the field and continue to learn each day. I think that you see that with players. You see that with players that are willing to not only go out there and practice, but you see guys putting time in in the film room, having great film study habits, and continuing to try to grow as players as well as keeping up with school. That’s a difficult part about it here – keeping up with sports and school – but I think that we manage that well and we have great people throughout this program that help us stay on top of things.”
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PETER KING – 10/2/15
MMQB guru

“So not only did that save their season last night, but things are actually looking up. If they could just get a little bit healthy at receiver, and who knows? They may go out and sign a Hakeem Nicks or a Wes Welker to give them a veteran presence, which they definitely need at receiver right now.”
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6-Pack of Picks, Week 4 – 10/2/15

Moving to college, Tierney likes Wyoming (+25.5) at Appalachian State, East Carolina (-5.5) at SMU, and is taking the over in the K-State/Oklahoma state game (49.5).
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