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Published October 7, 1997
GEORGE STEINBRENNER, after last night's loss to the Indians: "I'm gonna lay back. I've got a young son that is taking over with my son-in-law, and the young fellas, the young elephants, are coming into the tent. I'm getting too old to go through this all the time. But I will be there to advise them if they want it; it isn't a total retirement, they got that all blown out of shape" ("Baseball Tonight," ESPN, 10/7)....Ratings for "Home Team," TERRY BRADSHAW's syndicated daytime talk show, are "so low they're off the radar." Bradshaw: "I'm trying hard. I'm comfortable and I'm having fun. But I can't make people like me, and I can't make 'em watch the show" (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 10/7). ...OLIVER STONE "is ready for some football," with plans for "NFL," a film he is making about the league (ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY, 10/10 issue).....JAY LENO, on the 0-6 Bears: "Winter is still 12 weeks away yet the Chicago Bears have already begun hibernation" ("Tonight Show," NBC, 10/6).