1. As History Shows, Dustin Johnson Does Not Make the Same Mistakes Twice

    While 2010 has been a "breakout" year of sorts for Dustin Johnson, he will mostly be remembered for a couple of Sunday blunders at two of the four majors...

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  2. Rory McIlroy, Ryo Ishikawa: Two Golf Stars That Give the Sport a Bright Future

    If you are a fan of golf, mark today's date in the history books: May 2nd, 2010. This day will forever be remembered for the 18-year-old kid from Japan setting some records of in front of his home country...

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  3. LeBron James' Number Switch: A Tribute To Jordan or Marketing Strategy?

    On Tuesday, Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James finalized paperwork to officially change his number after this season. He has decided to drop the No. 23, in a "tribute" to Michael Jordan, according to James, and take No...

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  4. 16th at TPC Scottsdale Is Stadium Golf at It's Finest

    Imagine teeing it up on the par-3 16th at TPC Scottsdale when the raucous crowd falls dead silent. You go through your pre-shot routine, stand over it, and swing. The ball misses the green. The crowd erupts with boos...

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  5. Paul Casey Making Headlines for All the Right Reasons

    As of late, Paul Casey has been making headlines all across the globe. Unlike a certain fellow professional golfer, his headlines are due to his outstanding play and his contributions to better a place he has grown fond of...

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  6. Tiger Woods' Public Statement: A Definite Step In The Right Direction

    On Friday, most people expected (myself included) Tiger Woods to come out with a speech apologizing for what had happened in the past, but mainly focus on his future...

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  7. Tiger Woods: On Friday, Look for Speech To Focus on Future, Not Past

      Tiger Woods will make his much-anticipated return to the spotlight when he addresses the fans and media during a press conference scheduled for Friday at PGA Headquarters...

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  8. A Sad Day for Loud Dressers: Jesper Parnevik To Call it Quits

    It seems the PGA and European Tours will be one man short on the fashion front. Jesper Parnevik will likely be forced to hang up his clubs, as well as his Johan Lindeberg clothing and flip-up hat...

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  9. Tom Watson Drops the Hammer on Tiger Woods

    Tom Watson has been around the game of golf for a long time. He has lived through some of golf's most special moments. Hell, he has been a part of some of golf's most special moments...

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  10. Don't Be Surprised If More Europeans Stand Victorious at Future Majors

    With all the recent talk of the "Tiger-less" tournaments, Ping's 20 year old exception, and the struggles that plague the PGA Tour week in and week out, the European Tour comes out smelling like roses...

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  11. Devan Downey Leaves No Doubt He Is College Hoops' MVP

    On Tuesday night, there was more than one David conquering Goliath in the Colonial Life Arena. There was Kentucky—the best team in the nation—strutting into Columbia, S.C., having won its first 19 games of the year and eyeing the 20th...

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  12. Former PGA Tour Player Ken Green Crosses Paths with Tragedy Yet Again

    Since June of 2009, former PGA Tour golfer Ken Green has had to deal with the loss of his brother, girlfriend, his beloved dog, and half of his right leg due to a recreational vehicle wreck...

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  13. Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulez! New Orleans Faithful Fuel the Fun

    Officially, you can now say the days of brown bags used as masks have past in the Superdome. Long past have the days when the latest "America's Team" was better known as the New Orleans Ain'ts; ...

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  14. Rocky Shock! Kiffin Headed To USC, Leaves Tennessee With Many Memories

    After just one roller coaster ride of a year at the University of Tennessee, Lane Kiffin is taking his clipboard and heading back to the West coast...

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  15. When It Comes To Marketing the PGA Tour, Tiger Is Selfish

    One of the greatest things about golf during the "golden years" of Palmer, Nicklaus, and Player was the fact they marketed the PGA Tour, and they let their own company market themselves...

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  16. What's Pac-Man Hiding? Questions Stem from Alleged E-mails to Mayweather Camp

    Last night, while reporting on ESPN's Friday Night Fights, Teddy Atlas raised new questions about Manny Pacquiao's refusal to take a blood test when negotiating terms to his fight with Floyd Mayweather when being interviewed by ESPN anchor Brian Kenney...

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  17. For Jayson Williams, Time and Money Is a Recipe For Disaster

    Former NBA player Jayson Williams is back in the limelight. Unfortunately for Williams, it is due to another notch on his belt of legal woes...

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  18. Alabama-Texas: Why History Is Not a Factor

    Most people feel comfortable believing in some way that history tends to play a role in the outcomes of certain situations. Sports fans are no different...

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  19. Athletes: You Are Placed on a Pedestal, Now Act Like It!

    If 2009 taught us anything, we learned that more and more athletes continue to make decisions which jeopardize their careers and their image to the public...

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  20. How Tiger Woods Could Change the Public's View on Golf Forever

    Gone are the days in which golf was viewed as one of the most honorable professional sports worldwide. Gone are the days where golfers were the only athletes to be exempt from questions about performance-enhancing drugs and other such forms of cheating..

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  21. Ochocinco Encounters a Fine Worth Every Penny

    For one day, Chad Ochocinco will become Chad Quince. This time, the fine will not be thrown Ochocinco's way for another one of his celebrations or humorous, yet costly charades...

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  22. Chris Henry's Life, Career, Heeds a Warning To Aspiring Athletes

    Chris Henry was known more throughout his career for plays he made off the field instead of the plays he made on the gridiron. His death was tragic, yet his career seems to be the real tragedy...

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  23. C.J. Spiller Makes A Strong Case In His Quest For A Heisman

    C.J. Spiller made his case for the most prestigious individual award in college football in Clemson's heartbreaking defeat to ACC rival Georgia Tech Saturday night...

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  24. Why 2010 World Cup Is Most Important For The United States

    After the United States upset Spain in last year's Confederations Cup, many Americans started to believe that soccer's (or football to the rest of the world) popularity was just beginning to shine...

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  25. Amateur Golf: Last Of A Dying Breed

    With all the media flocking to see the soap opera that has come from the Woods' family holiday, it got me thinking, professional golf is just not the same. It never will be, it has been changing since Arnold Palmer made it a marketable professional sport.

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