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Oct
20

ESPN NFL analyst Jon Gruden says the NFL will always be a violent game with violent hits. Many times receivers aren't sitting down against zone coverage, which causes them to run right into big hits. Jon Gruden

ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter says NFL players should be on high alert this week for dangerous hits. Anything questionable is going to get punished. Plus, Schefter updates the latest on the Brett Favre-Jenn Sterger situation. Adam Schefter

ESPN's Stuart Scott says the NFL has sold itself on hard hits for decades and now they're backtracking. Stuart Scott

ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit says there will be a lot of one loss teams this year, which could make for some great debate at the end of the college football season. Alabama is in good shape because they lost first. Kirk Herbstreit

ESPN MLB insider Buster Olney says the Yankees are getting outplayed by the Rangers in the ALCS. The Yankees look old and the Rangers look great. Plus, Olney says the Rangers will have a shot at resigning pitcher Cliff Lee. Buster Olney

1050 ESPN in New York's Michael Kay says he agreed with manager Joe Girardi's decision to leave pitcher A.J. Burnett in the game. Plus, Kay says the Yankees are not old and slow. When you don't hit, you always look old and slow. Michael Kay

ESPN MLB analyst Doug Glanville says the Yankees are obviously in trouble in the ALCS. The difference between the Twins and the Rangers is pitcher Cliff Lee. The Twins don't have that No. 1 ace. Doug Glanville

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