Found January 01, 2013 on The Victory Formation:
PLAYERS: David Shaw
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Pretty standard procedure at the end of the game, right? Sideline reporter for the network that has rights to the game grabs the head coach and gets the first interview, grabbing those first emotional words for the public. Well, ESPN’s Heather Cox was besides herself when Stanford Cardinal head coach David Shaw was pulled away by Rose Bowl officials as the interview was taking place following Stanford’s 20-14 win over Wisconsin. I am sure executives at ESPN are going to give the Rose Bowl a finger-wagging, as this is pretty much standard procedure. But still funny nonetheless. Maybe the Rose Bowl officials will tell Heather Cox that they didn’t even want her there.
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