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Hour One on The Jay Mariotti Show: January 9, 2014:
JAY GRUDEN, NEW REDSKINS COACH
— Shoudn’t congratulate him, but pray for him
— Snyder’s eighth coach in 14 years
— Can he fix RG3, unite locker room?
BOBBY PETRINO, BACK AT LOUISVILLE
— Pitino, Petrino both scandalized, forgiven
— What is university telling us about standards?
— No doubting Petrino as quality coach
— Needed big name for ACC
— Probably upgrade from Strong, but not in character
JAMES FRANKLIN, NEW PENN STATE COACH
— Great hire, offensive innovator, success at Vandy
— Knows Pennsylvania, will recruit well
— O’Brien left him in excellent shape
— Another African-American hire
LANE KIFFIN AT ALABAMA
— Is Saban sure he knows what he’s doing?
— Have to groom new QB
— Nussmeier leaves for Michigan to save Hoke’s job
JAMEIS WINSTON, CIVIL SUIT
— Knew this was coming: They want his money
— Know he’ll be worth megamillions in 15 months
— Public mud-slinging in civil case would hurt him and accuser
— She likely wants a settlement or payoff, but he has no money
— School might be sued, continuing distraction
— How will this affect his psyche, future endorsements?
— If loses civil suit, would affect next year’s Heisman
DENNIS RODMAN, NORTH KOREA
— Apologized, admits he was drunk in disoriented CNN interview
— Already knew he was a disgrace, this is so far over the top
— Baseball diplomacy? Being used by madman dictator
— Lucky we all weren’t nuked
Hour Two on The Jay Mariotti Show: January 9, 2014:
— Ratings never higher, settlement with former players about over
— Goodell has dodged a speed train because product is great
— Amid concussion crisis, people love the higher scores
— Parity, attrition create unpredictability, wild finishes
— QBs on display, old-school and newbies
— Most pressure on Manning
— Kaepernick vs. Newton, Brady vs. Luck are treats
— Brees will struggle in rain, Wilson will thrive
— Rain and wind gusts in Seattle
— Rain and 40s at New England
— Sunny and 50s in Charlotte for thawing 49ers
— Sunny and low 40s in Denver, no 32-and-under for Manning
DAN LE BATARD
— Glad he challenged Hall of Fame voting system
— But by mocking it, he mocked himself and hurt career
— Use your own ESPN platforms, don’t go to low-rent website
— Unprofessional, self-promoting, immature. Should know better.
— The voting system is broken, but this isn’t productive way of fixing.
Hour Three on The Jay Mariotti Show: January 9, 2014:
RESET GRUDEN, PETRINO, COACHING NEWS
RIC FLAIR IN MIDDLE OF 49ERS-PANTHERS STORM
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