Q: Tiger, are you a Raiders fan?
TIGER WOODS: I am. I always have been. I watched Jim Plunkett and Marcus Allen all of those years, so when they were in L.A., so you know, it's what I grew up watching.
Q: On Sunday singles, if you had a choice, anyone on the International Team that you would like to play or anyone that stands out?
TIGER WOODS: You know, it's one of those things where generally I've always played the guy who is playing the best. Or it might be the person who is representing that particular country. I've played against Weirsy in Canada. I played against Vijay here. I played against Ernie in South Africa and Greg in Australia. So either that or guys who are playing really well; like I got Goose when he was playing well and I got Vijay when he was playing well here.
Q: As a competitor, do you want another shot at it?
TIGER WOODS: Whatever happens, happens. Generally, as I said, I've been playing against the guys who are usually playing the best so, see what happens.
Q: How tough is it mentally to switch gears when you're trying to beat somebody individually and now you're cheering for those same guys?
TIGER WOODS: Actually, it's not, because as I've said earlier up there, getting to know these guys on a different level, being on these teams for so many years. It's good to see these guys in a different light, and I don't have a problem cheering for them because they have become friends of mine over the years, and that's what makes these teams so much special. That's why guys want to get on these teams.
Q: Sports like to define itself as decades; when you look back on the last 10 years, how do you appraise it and what will stick in your mind? A lot was squeezed in the last 10 years for you.
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