CBS golf analyst

“Sometimes you have it, sometimes you drag each other along like they did. They just sort of expected each other to hole each putt and make great shots, and they both kept doing it. Sometimes, just deep down inside, you say to yourself, ‘Hey, I’m going to keep doing this.’ You have days where every putt you look at is going in the cup. You remember there on that second nine he walked off after a couple of long putts, knowing when it was halfway there that he holed it. I hate to say it, but it was Tiger-esque. It was like nothing could go wrong. Just incredible stuff.”
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DR. JEN WELTER – 7/19/16
Former Cardinals assistant coach

“It’s the transition, kind of knowing what to do. I think a lot of athletes face that. Going from doing the same thing for a long time, or, for me, to being relatively unknown to now everybody seems to know who you are – that’s a little weird. Within camp, it was great. That’s where people mostly thought the problems would be, but in terms of the players and the coaches, it really just was awesome.”
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ROB DIBBLE – 7/20/16
Former MLB All-Star

“So to give somebody an epidural (because) he’s in so much pain that he can’t bear to even pitch, obviously for baseball players, that’s very rare. So to me, it scares me because the Dodgers aren’t winning without Clayton Kershaw. He’s one of the best guys in the Major Leagues. If you can add a second or third starter, they’ve got a decent bullpen and they should have plenty of offense for $300 million. Without Clayton Kershaw, they aren’t going anywhere.”
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HOLLY HOLM – 7/21/16
UFC fighter

“That’s definitely what you work for. That’s what you dream about and that’s what you get in the sport for. That’s what I’m passionate about. Those moments are when you think, ‘Oh my gosh, it’s all been worth it.’ It’s definitely a moment I’ll never forget, but I can’t stop there. I want to keep moving forward. I don’t want to live my career over excitement from one fight. I want to keep moving forward.”
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Former NFL offensive lineman

“They certainly played a factor and also my wife. I think the decision I made was wise to no longer destroy my body and accumulate any brain damage from the sport of football. Hopefully the damage, if any, is not there or insignificant. But if it is, I’ll do what I can to address it and move on, but I’m excited about the next steps.”
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TOM WERNER – 7/22/16
Red Sox chairman and legendary TV producer

“So I just have great admiration for him. Of course it’s disappointing to know that we’re watching his last season, but we can only appreciate what he’s doing. What he’s doing now is playing at a level even better than what he’s doing previously.”
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