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From left to right: Curt Menefee, Terry Bradshaw, Grant Napear (the voice of the Sacramento Kings), his wife Starr, Michael Strahan, Jimmy Johnson, Jay Glazer, Randy Moss and Mike Pereira.


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don’t want our own set of cameras. The minute you do and you make deci- sions based on video no one else sees, there will be this scream of conspiracy. The way it’s set right now is the NFL does not make any decisions on any plays based on video that you as a fan can’t see. It’s all coming from the television truck. That’s the only way to do


it. You’ve got to look at the video that the guy in his La-Z-Boy chair at home sees and use what he is watching.


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How did you get into golf? My dad played at Stockton CC. He handed me a right-handed club, even though I’m this Little Leaguer who bats left, throws left. But that’s all he had. So I learned how


to play right handed, even though I could never transi- tion to being a switch hitter in baseball. I started when I was very


young and just love the game. I’ve always loved be- ing outdoors. As I’ve moved on in life, the two hobbies I’ve enjoyed most are golf and fishing. To me, they kind of run parallel. They’re both outdoors and very re- laxing. Golf to me is a four-


hour stroll outdoors that is magnificent. I’m not one of these guys who gets mad when I have a bad round, and I don’t get overly excited when I have a good round. I just enjoy the stroll, just like I enjoy the stream. I can fish all day and not catch a fish, and I’ve still had a good day. I can play golf and it doesn’t make a difference if it’s in Sacramento or Monterey. It’s just so relaxing. I love it.


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