By Mary C. Rydzeski
BRIAN'S OPENING THOUGHTS
Brian is shocked at the unraveling details the FBI has disclosed about the surviving Boston bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. He is also doubtful that the two brothers acted alone, and gets insight about this from his guests.
Brian's co-host of FOX & Friends, Steve Doocy, weighed in on the Boston Bombers and whether or not they acted alone in this act of terror. They also talked about the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Library.
Super Bowl champion James Ihedigbo, the safety for the Baltimore Ravens, talked to Brian about the commissioner's mandate that players now must tackle differently. "It's kind of tough to change what you've been taught playing the game since you were young," Ihedigbo said. He went on to explain that he understands that the commissioner is trying to make it a safer league, but it is a very tough thing to enforce. Ihedigbo also talked about the foundation he founded in 2008, HOPE Africa, which provides scholarships to students of African descent.
FOX News Sunday host Chris Wallace talked to Brian about whether or not there is any evidence that Tamerlan Tsarnaev was influenced by al-Qaeda while he was overseas for seven months. "I don't know why we would jump to conclusions on this," Wallace said.
FOX News Military Analyst Col. David Hunt talked to Brian about the book he co-authored with Christine Hunsinger, Terror Red. Hunt explained that he and Hunsinger wrote the book 5 years ago about the Muslim Brotherhood coming to Boston. Ironically, the release date of the book was the day after the Boston Bombing occurred, and there was even an incident in the book that took place in Watertown, MA.
Mixed Martial Arts champion Georges St. Pierre talked to Brian about his new book The Way of the Fight. He explained to Brian that he looks at his sport as a science. "When you're fighting, the key is... to study your opponent," St. Pierre said, "But what if you know your opponent but you don't know yourself?"