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Gresh & Zo’s No Huddle: Best Audio Highlights Of The Week

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Ramses Barden #13 of the New York Giants stiff-arms Luke Kuechly #59 of the Carolina Panthers during play. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

Ramses Barden #13 of the New York Giants stiff-arms Luke Kuechly #59 of the Carolina Panthers during play. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

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Hardy led Gresh and Zo through the “No Huddle” commenting on the best audio highlights from the week.

1. The Giants blew the Panthers out of the water beating them 36-7.

2. Could Randy Moss become an issue in San Francisco?

3. Remember last Thursday when Jay Cutler threw four interceptions and got sacked seven times? He talked about that performance this week.

4. Mark Sanchez had a rough game last Sunday in Pittsburgh. On Thursday Vogue Magazine released a video from a photo shoot with Tim Tebow.

5. Since Kellen Winslow signed with the Patriots this week we wanted to bring up the 2001 Miami Hurricanes to ask if they were the most talented college team of all time? Before you answer, let’s run through the roster:

Running Backs: Frank Gore, Willis McGahee and Clinton Portis

Wide Receiver: Andre Johnson

Tight Ends: Jeremy Shockey and Kellen Winslow Jr.

Offensive Line: Bryant McKinnie

Defensive Line: Vince Wilfork

Linebacker: Jonathan Vilma and DJ Williams

Defensive Backs: Ed Reed, Sean Taylor, Philip Buchanon and Antrel Rolle

6. The guys gave Gresh two minutes to talk College Football.

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