Cheyenne Woods, Mike Tyson, Kendra Wilkinson and Today's Swagger Buzz

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Cheyenne Woods, Mike Tyson, Kendra Wilkinson and Today's Swagger Buzz

Cheyenne Woods, the niece of golf great Tiger Woods, scored a 68 in the final round of the ACC Women's Golf Championship that began on Friday, clinching the ACC individual title with a final score of 208, edging North Carolina's Allie White.

The junior from Wake Forest played with undeniable confidence in the tournament, closing it out in style.

Despite North Carolina coming away with the team title, Woods showed she has what it takes on the golf course.

As for Tiger, he's got to be shaking his head by now. I'm sure he's happy for Cheyenne, but before late 2009 he probably never imagined that he not only would start getting outshined by other pro golfers, but that his niece would be the one with more confidence in 2011.

Ooh, burned! Sorry, had to slip that little line in there.

In other news, boxer Mike Tyson may eat people's ears (i.e. Evander Holyfield's), but he has come out with a new vegan campaign with national organization Last Chance for Animals asking people not to eat his furry friends.

He's even going to be featured on a new billboard titled, "Vegan. Love animals. Don't eat them," while he kisses a dove.

This is serious, folks. I'm really not making this stuff up.

Also, Kendra Wilkinson, wife of NFL free agent receiver Hank Baskett, may have danced her last foxtrot on Dancing with the Stars, finishing tied for last in Monday's competition after a rather uninspiring performance.

The nation is buzzing about whether she will be ousted from the competition. The former Girls Next Door star does have something going for her, though: Men will be amongst those voting on whether she goes home or not tonight.

For this and a whole lot more swagger buzz, follow along after the (page) break.

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