Speed: The Indiana game, the first play he takes the kickoff back, just kinda outran everyone.
Quickness: He catches the ball with one hand, next step makes a little quick juke move, makes the guy miss, accelerates down the field, makes another guy miss with one step.
Leadership: He was our leader and our best player, and he was always the one wanting to do extra work. If someone going through an auxiliary rep or a conditioning rep didn’t do it the right way, he was holding them accountable, making them go back and do it again. You got guys seeing him doing that, then that means that the rest of the team must be doing that too.
McSorley was asked what he would tell Manning about who and what he is inheriting.
Just to play in an NFL game would mean the world to him. He’s not trying to be his uncle — those shoes are way too big to fill, he said — but wants to create his own niche.
I want to go out there and make a team, make a name for myself, add to his legacy, and add overall to the Seau last name, he said. In my head, if I can tell myself in my heart, my soul, I did the best I could, that’s all that matters.
Will Simpson — who’s been in cruise control all week, shooting 66-63-68 in the first three rounds to lead Danny Lee (12-under) by seven shots and a group of players including Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, Jimmy Walker and Charl Schwartzel (all 9-under) by 10 shots — keep pushing for a larger lead, or will he play prevent defense and try not to bogey?
The psychology of holding a big lead is one that few golfers have solved.
If you were to ask me, could somebody get to 19-under, I would have said that would be really tough, and the conditions have to be just right, Simpson said. I mean, 12-under is in second. I would have taken that and run with it through three days.