Saturday, October 18, 2008

Belichick name-drops, admits he was glued to Red Sox game

According to Mike Reiss of the Boston Globe, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick admitted he couldn't turn off the Boston Red Sox' game with the Tampa Bay Rays Thursday.
    "It didn’t look too good there when it was 7-0. Then it was it was 7-1. Then it was 7-4, then 7-6 ... I thought the Red Sox played with the heart of a champion last night. It was pretty impressive."

    Belichick didn't turn the TV off at 7-0 because he felt the game was not over at that point.

    "That is the difference between baseball and football. You can’t run out the clock," he said. "You have to get them out. It’s a tough nine outs. Joe Torre told me that and [Tony] LaRussa verified it. You have to get them out."
Yeah, Torre and LaRussa told me that, too.


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