The Doug Gottlieb Show Weekly Rewind 9/26-9/30

PAUL CHRYST – 9/26/16
Wisconsin head coach

“I don’t know if he’s the best in college football, but if you’re having discussions, what he does is really unique and it’s impressive. But their team has a lot of really good football payers. You can’t just highlight one player on that team and say, ‘If we (stop him), we’re going to be good.’ They’ve got a lot of really good players and they’re really well-coached – and that combination makes for a good team. So we certainly know the things we got to do and we’ll work on them this week. For us to be successful, each play you need all 11 guys to do their assignment and do it the best they can – and even that doesn’t guarantee success. But it gives you your best chance.”
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KYLE RUDOLPH – 9/26/16
Vikings tight end

“He’s attacking this rehab like only Teddy could – in high spirits. I was probably 15 or 20 yards away from him when it happened. It was just super bizarre. As the play ended, the ball never got thrown downfield, and then all of a sudden, everybody just kind of scattered. You could hear Teddy and you knew it was bad immediately. A lot of guys took it pretty hard. I just made sure to stay out there and made sure Teddy knew we were there for him.”
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JIM HARBAUGH – 9/27/16
Michigan head coach

“I think that’s what’s going on in our country right now. It’s a very positive thing. People that don’t express themselves when they have something on their mind or have something to say, they’re not really on the team. People that don’t listen when somebody is expressing themselves, then they’re not on the team either. That’s an obligation and a right that you have when you’re on the team. That was something that was trained into us 30 years ago, and it’s the way I’ve always looked at it.”
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MICHAEL RECTOR – 9/27/16
Stanford WR

“Maybe it was our first road game. We could have all the excuses in the world, but for us, it’s just about us, especially going into this next big week. Another game on the road. We’re trying to focus on being more efficient and trying to stay away from all the penalties that we had against UCLA. I think that kind of slowed us down at the beginning of the game and kept us out of the end zone.”
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JACK DOYLE – 9/28/16
Colts tight end

“You always try and prepare like you’re a starter. Coach Pagano is big on that, and I’ve always tried to do that since I’ve been here. I’ve just tried to make the plays when the ball comes my way and do the best I can blocking. At the end of the day, you’ll be satisfied with that if you’re giving it your all.”
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IAN RAPOPORT – 9/28/16
NFL Network insider

“I think they originally thought it was an MCL sprain. The fact that he played 55 minutes or something on it is interesting. I think for a lot of people, you would say this would be a two- or three-week injury. It’s a slight hairline fracture, so it’s very, very small, but the reality is, rehabbing a bone isn’t a thing. It’s how strong can you get the area around it and how much pain can you deal with? But he did play on it and play well. He showed up at the facility today on a crutch. By the end of the day, he was walking fine and not on a crutch. So I think the real thing is, we don’t know. We might not know until Sunday whether Dez Bryant is playing.”
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AARON TAYLOR – 9/29/16
CBS Sports Network lead college football analyst

“They were playing hard, but there wasn’t that energy – and I think for certain Greg Hudson will bring that to that side. I’m really interested to see how they respond from this, but I think it’s pretty safe to say that Notre Dame’s football program is in flux at the moment.”
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CURT SCHILLING 9/29/16
Former MLB All-Star pitcher

“There’s so much personal bias in these awards. You just take it for what it is. Here’s the thing: Mike Trout, this is his fifth year. He’s going to be in the top five (in MVP voting) the first five years of his career. It’s mind-boggling to me. . . . I think he’ll end up being the best player we all see in our lifetimes.”
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