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DAN PATRICK
December 12, 2011
SAY WHAT?
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December 12, 2011

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SAY WHAT?

NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp believes Ndamukong Suh was suspended for two games partly because of the timing of his Thanksgiving Day stomp on a Packers lineman. "Moms and grandmas who don't watch football were watching this," Sapp said.... Fox's Troy Aikman thinks Aaron Rodgers's passing skill is only one reason for his success. "He's got an unbelievable personality for the position," Aikman said. "He knows when to ride guys. But he's got an element—I don't want to say Favre-like—where you can tell he enjoys the game." ... Recently fired UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel last year gave the school a list of improvements needed to compete. "We need a football building that speaks to our commitment to football," Neuheisel told me. "You don't want to take a knife to a gun fight." ... The Penn State scandal and looming Ohio State sanctions could give other Big Ten schools a recruiting edge, but Michigan coach Brady Hoke said he wouldn't touch those topics. "If we've got to talk about the negatives of other schools," Hoke said, "we don't have enough positives."

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