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Coming up after the commercial break. I doubt they talk about PSU, but tune in if you're interested.
After break, hopefully he trucks Stephen Smith worse than he did the the Minny player in '05.
"You can take bowl games and you can take external things from people, but you can't take a warrior's heart."
Stephen Smith giving MRob an opportunity to speak about the sanctions. Talking about Jerry now.
yup here we go.
"Bottom line, do you believe Joe Paterno covered up for Sandusky"
MRob: "No. I asked him directly and Joe Paterno never lied to me."
MRob handled himself very, very, well.
Skip: Do you believe Joe Paterno covered up for Jerry Sandusky?
MRob: No. And I'll tell you why... Because I asked him. Joe's never lied to me in my life.
Edit: beat me to it fullback, well done
This post was edited by chasfcd11 13 months ago
Stephen Smith was arguing the Paterno, Curley, Schultz wouldn't speak with Freeh.
MRob says that's because Paterno passed. Didn't address Curley/Schultz, but I believe that's because they can't due to the trial, a minor oversight of Stephen Smith.
Stephen Smith says at the end he wants to talk much more about this with MRob, but they are out of time.
MRob said Jerry was "weird" but never saw him other than working out at 6am.
Didn't get to watch but I saw an article written by Brandon Ware that basically said the exact same thing bout Sandusky. Weird and was only around during workouts
Additionally, MRob said that the only time they ever saw Jerry with children was when they were invited to speak at Second Mile events.
If you want to see the replay of the interview, FirstTake replays again now. MRob's interview will be on again around 1:30.
MikeRob did a great job on this interview!
This part is great. Shows that ESPN has no idea what they are doing. Stephen A asking why paterno wouldn't speak to Freeh just shows how big of an idiot he is.
@meyer 4 prez I'm glad Bill K and Alex G keeps it real with us, instead of getting our hopes up.
Is he planning on doing more of the "ESPN circuit" today or was this appearance it?
He probably went to the same journalism scho as Chritine Brennan.
Here is Robinson’s schedule for today (all times PST):
7-9 a.m. – First Take, ESPN2
12:30-1 p.m. – Dan LeBatard is Highly Questionable, ESPN2
1-4 p.m. – Coach and Company, ESPN Radio
1-2 p.m. – NFL Live, ESPN
2-3 p.m. – NFL32, ESPN2
9-10 p.m. – Unite, ESPNU
Thanks. I suspected he was making the full rounds. Seems like a calculated step in the master PR plan.
Maybe but I think he's really promoting the RealRobReport
As he should! He has a great thing going with RRP, I enjoy his vids and news quite a bit! Go MRob!
Agreed. Although I would like to hear the further conversation with Stephen A. Smith. Smith is an idiot who is so easily shown up in this area.
I'm sure, but I doubt a single one of those shows doesn't ask him about PSU - it would be stupid not to.
well, that just shows how out of sports loop I am... I had to look up the RealRobReport to know what it was. I just assumed that making the rounds today was to talk about PSU. oops.... Although I do think it will come up a least a few times and I'm sure he'll do us proud.
The Real Rob Report is a pretty big deal. I don't think any other player in the NFL is doing anything like it. The Seahawks fans love it and the fan base is growing beyond that since the access is so unique.
If you haven't seen it, I recommend looking it up on YouTube.
Seahawk fan here. RRR rules all.
Yeah, MRob definitely has a career in journalism when his career ends. Very charismatic & just seems like a great fit for TV. Also, has a very solid knowledge of multiple positions.
I would like to read this article. Anyone have a link to Bware's article.
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