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"Well, you know, when your world gets turned upside down, I’m doing my best to bounce back," Grier told XTRA Sports San Diego. "I started to get to a point, and it started mid-week last week of getting my head up and mainly get our guys re-focused on their school and workouts. And I think that’s helped me a lot. Our guys and kids in general, they’re a little more resilient and bounce back quicker from things. And I’ve kind of fed off them. We’ve talked about it a lot and we’re going to get through the best we can."
"How would you feel if the FBI came to your door at 6:30 in the morning," Grier said. "I was in shock ..."
"Would I like to [speak with Johnson] down the road? Sure," Grier said. "I want to see how this investigation plays out, and if indeed this stuff is true, before I jump to a conclusion on anything with him. But if it is indeed true, I’m devastated by it and I’d feel betrayed. Myself and a lot of people at that university did a lot to help him through his career, through his academic career, all of that. It would just be so sad if these allegations are indeed proven true. It just makes me sick.”