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Jamie Favreau said on February 19th, 2010 at 5:24 pm

I haven’t commented here in awhile… so figures I comment on Tiger.

I don’t care about him or what ever he said. I didn’t turn it on and when I had a chance to watch it I turned it off.

Is he trying to get back into the game? Is it any of our business? I think if you are a high profile athlete your personal life is up for grabs.

I personally prefer hockey so I really don’t care what happened.

SweetLou said on February 21st, 2010 at 9:13 am

Honestly…it was lame. agree with the user above who stated the message was right..presentation was wrong…the problem is he got it wrong…this was very clearly an attempt to protect a BRAND…and the acting was horrible…seriously, the ill-timed shaking of the head was atrocious…next time he ought to kick the advisors to the side and just own up like a man, if that’s what he wants to do..

SweetLou said on February 21st, 2010 at 9:17 am

you ought to do an analysis of the coverge and see who gave him glowing remarks..uh…every ESPN analyst out there…which is ridiculous and only serves to accentuate the contrived nature of this spectacle…in fact, there was one over-eager ESPN analyst who suggested the importance and size of this apology event by saying one day down the road, years from now, people will look back and ask, where were you when Tiger apologized…seriously? get a grip on yourself ESPN

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