Theismann: I think you need a guy who's short, vertically challenged, maybe 5'9", 5'10" with a lot of 'quicks' that can double as a kick returner. Those are the guys that can transition into professional football. To come in and just try and play the wide receiver position-
Kornheiser (incredulous): He has to be short?
Kornheiser: This is a prerequisite, to be short?
Theismann: I think you need to be short and quick. I think that gives you an opportunity-
Kornheiser: What if you were big and quick?
Theismann: You don't have the 'quicks' when you're that tall.
Kornheiser: Correct me if I'm wrong because you watch a lot more college football than I did, wasn't there a quarterback recently from Arkansas who was the quarterback who then became a wide receiver in the NFL?
Tirico: Matt Jones.
Kornheiser: Matt Jones, right? And he's big. Big and quick.
Theismann: But not at the kick returning position.
Kornheiser: (Makes barely audible noise connoting "Is this guy f--king serious?")
Tirico (wisely changing the subject): It's 48 to 17. . . .