1. How the Los Angeles Dodgers Can Dominate the Second Half

    Whether it was Rafael Furcal's sizzling bat, Jonathon Broxton's overpowering pitching, or Andre Ethier's clutch hitting, the boys in blue performed exceptionally throughout the first half of their season...

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  2. The Gift and Curse of Sports Records: What Paul Goydos Got Himself Into

    Is Paul Goydos, who became the fourth golfer to shoot a round of 59 (the lowest score in PGA Tour history), about to endure a similar, harsh twist of fate of this year's other sports ...

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  3. MLB All Star Rosters: Who From The NL West Earned Their Vote?

    The MLB All-Star Lineup has garnered a variety of reactions, ranging from cheers and sighs of relief to whimpers and shrieks of disbelief...

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  4. Golf's Five Most Thrilling Duels: Veterans vs. Emerging Stars

    What if the five most dominant veterans and five emerging stars on the PGA Tour could face-off? It could be an all-out, one-on-one, cut-throat bout?Would youth make a difference in ...

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  5. PGA Tour: Tiger Woods and Other Top Player Predictions

    This 2010 PGA Tour season has been the most distinctive and electrifying in years. The surprisingly masterful play of the 30-and-under generation has produced more than 10 separate winners this season alone...

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  6. Wimbledon 2010: Five Players Who Can Fill Roger Federer's Void

    In the wake of Roger Federer's abrupt and unexpected loss in the quarterfinals at Wimbledon, the world of tennis no longer revolves around one man...

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  7. The End of Their Reign? Roger Federer and Tiger Woods' Uphill Battle

    Their fans glorified them, their competitors envied them, and the media couldn't help but illuminate their fortuitous friendship as two of the world's greatest athletes...

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  8. AT&T National: Your Analysis, Delivered.

    All the hype and suspense radiating from the AT&T National Tournament remains concentrated on Tiger Woods and his potential to clench his first win of 2010. Don't be fooled...

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  9. Pac-10 Football: Five Reasons Cal Can Contend

    Over-hyped and lauded prior to previous football seasons, Cal has recorded underwhelming, middle-of-the-pack finishes over the past few seasons like it was their job...

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  10. PGA Tour Golf: Top-10 Under-Achievers

    They tend to lead tournaments after the first day--then miss the cut. They tend to win a tournament, and then go years without another victory. They tend to reveal glimpses of brilliant golf, but suffer from rampant, mediocre play...

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  11. NBA Dream Team 2010: James, Melo, Wade, Duncan, Gasol...Want To Play?

    It began with a light-hearted question and escalated into a ferocious, verbal battle. I wondered who my brother, the sports fanatic, thought was the most dominant center in the NBA? ...

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  12. FIFA World Cup 2010: Five American Players Who Need To Step It Up

    The USA Team did not "escape" preliminary pressure--they persevered. Entering the 2010 FIFA World Cup, the USA Team was branded everything from underdogs and dark horses, to long shots and little guys...

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  13. FIFA World Cup 2010: USA Scores Clutch Goal, Beats Algeria to Advance

    For the third time in the 2010 FIFA World Cup, the Yanks have shown their relentlessness and heart in a thrilling 1-0 victory over Algeria...

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  14. How One Word Branded Tiger Woods the Villain and Phil Mickelson the Hero

    Golf is the ultimate judge of one's character. The US Open, held this past weekend at the sublime Pebble Beach golf course, revealed an indelible difference between professional golf's two most talented competitors...

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  15. Billion Dollar Question: What If Nothing Had Happened to Tiger Woods?

    It may seem taboo. It may seem like something inappropriate for dinner conversation. It may seem like the kind of thing that can only be whispered...

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  16. U.S. Open Golf 2010: Graeme McDowell Soars To Win by Making Fewest Mistakes

    The truth is, they all had a chance to capture the win Sunday. Graeme McDowell just made the fewest mistakes. The brutally difficult conditions of Pebble Beach Golf Course truly showed the course's teeth Sunday at the 110th US Open...

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  17. 2010 U.S. Open Golf: Five Features of Pebble Beach and Who Will Excel

    Triumph. Humiliation. Trouble. Pressure. Risk-reward. These are the words that come to mind when I think about the enormous challenge of Pebble Beach. Why? Imagine standing at the edge of a cliff...

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  18. U.S. Open Golf 2010: Top 10 Pebble Beach Moments

    When Jack Neville and Douglas Grant designed the Pebble Beach Golf Course in 1919, their primary objective was to place as many holes as possible along the sublime and beautiful Monterey coastline...

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  19. College Football Renovation: Profit at the Core of Evolving the Pac-10

    If you thought football conferences were impervious to the allure of lucrative TV contracts, you may want to press refresh on your browser and think again...

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  20. Celtics vs. Lakers Game 6: New Rule for NBA Finals, Let the Players Play

    It's nothing new, just more obvious then ever in this NBA Finals: almost every possession includes some kind of foul. Defensive three-seconds. Reach-in. Over-the-back. Blocking...

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  21. PGA Tour Golf: A Guide To the 2010 US Open

    To think of the US Open as just another golf tournament is like calling Jordan just another basketball player and De Niro just another actor. It's blasphemy. It's erroneous on all counts...

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  22. Stephen Strasburg Is Not the Only Rookie Making His Debut in 2010

    With the addition of up-and-comer Bryce Harper to the Nationals organization, Steven Strasburg's epic 14-strikeout debut tasted that much sweeter. But don't be quick to assume Strasburg is the only rookie making noise in the MLB...

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  23. A Golf Revolution: Tiger Woods Overshadowed By Mickleson and Youngsters

    Revolution is not a word commonly associated with golf. But try not to associate 'revolution' with America in 1776, the storming of the Bastille in Paris, or Berkeley in the 60s...

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  24. Memorial Breakdown and Who 'Rose' To the Occasion

    The blinding orange clothing of a 21-year old hot-shot. The firmly concentrated gaze of an overdue Brit. A slew of the most talented golfers in the world competing on a brutally arduous course...

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  25. Rickie Fowler's Phenomenal Performance at Memorial

    Tiger Woods' neck is still in pain. Phil Mickleson's putter is still streaky. Justin Rose is still searching/praying for a victory. But Rickie Fowler—well he's just chillin' at the top of the leaderboard...

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