1. British Open TV Schedule 2012: When and Where to Watch Day 4 Action

    With 17 players under par headed into the final day of the British Open, it looks like viewers are in store for an exciting conclusion to the 141st Open Championship...

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  2. British Open TV Schedule 2012: When and Where to Catch Round 3 Action

    The 141st Open Championship, better known stateside as the British Open, is off to a thrilling start. Brandt Snedeker is off to an early lead in his quest to win his first major, ...

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  3. British Open 2012: Top 10 Golfers Poised to Win Their First Major

    Tiger Woods 's four year major slump has been bad for television ratings, but it has been very good for parity. Between 2000 and 2008, Woods won 12 of the 36 majors played, and every tournament began with the expectation that Tiger would win the title...

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  4. British Open TV Coverage 2012: When and Where to Watch Every Day of the Major

    For sports fans preparing themselves for some early mornings watching the upcoming London Olympics, this year's British Open offers the opportunity to get in some practice at waking ...

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  5. British Open Odds 2012: Early Betting Lines for Top Americans at Royal Lytham

    With the celebration of the queen's Diamond Jubilee, a Brit reaching the finals of the Wimbledon for the first time in more than half a century and the 2012 Summer Olympics, the United Kingdom has been in the news quite a bit lately...

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  6. British Open Odds 2012: Early Betting Lines for Golf's Top International Players

    In the past 25 years, golfers from nine countries (including England, Scotland and Northern Ireland) have won the British Open, a recognition of the true international nature of the sport today...

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  7. British Open Predictions 2012: 6 Hometown Heroes Who Will Shine at Royal Lytham

    After more than a decade without a British Open champion who called the United Kingdom home, Northern Ireland's Darren Clarke won the 2011 Open by three strokes...

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  8. Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships 2012: 6 Men Who Can Beat John Isner

    While most of tennis's elite will be skipping the Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships in Newport, Rhode Island this week in order to prepare for the Olympics, the road to ...

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  9. Novak Djokovic: What His Wimbledon Defeat Means for His Legacy

    "Djokovic seemed to lack his usual mojo and positive body language" said the New York Times . " Novak Djokovic clearly off his game" said ESPN ...

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  10. Wimbledon 2012 Wrap-Up: Why Roger Federer's Not Done Winning Slams

    As Roger Federer fell down two sets to none to Julien Benneteau in the third round of Wimbledon, it was hard not to wonder if Federer's best days were behind him...

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  11. Wimbledon 2012: Filip Peliwo Wins Wimbledon Boys' Singles Title

    In a rematch of their hard fought Australian Open junior's final in which Luke Saville came out on top, Filip Peliwo had his revenge on Sunday, defeating Saville 7-5, 6-4 to win the Wimbledon Boys' Singles title...

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  12. Wimbledon 2012 TV Schedule: When and Where to Watch Mixed Doubles Final

    The mixed doubles event is one of the more overlooked events in tennis, far less glamorous than the singles or regular doubles events...

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  13. Wimbledon 2012 TV Schedule: When and Where to Watch Men's Sunday Final

    After four straight Grand Slam finals between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal , Sunday's Wimbledon final will be very different, but no less compelling...

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  14. Wimbledon 2012 Results: Full Recap of Semifinal Action

    As was fitting for a fortnight full of thrilling matches and surprise upsets, Thursday's and Friday's Wimbledon semifinals offered four outstanding tennis matches...

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  15. Wimbledon 2012 Schedule: When and Where to Watch Women's Final

    After decisive victories in the semifinal round of Wimbledon, Serena Williams and Agnieszka Radwanska will face off in the women's singles final on Saturday, July 7. The match will mark Williams's seventh Wimbledon final and Radwanska's first...

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  16. Minnesota Twins: Top Draft Pick Byron Buxton off to Slow Start

    It's no secret that the Minnesota Twins are struggling on offense this year. The team's home run total is the second worst in the American League, and they have only scored 325 ...

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  17. Iowa Football: 5 Reasons the Hawkeyes' Bowl Streak Will End

    Since 1981, the Iowa Hawkeyes have received bowl invitations in all but seven seasons, including a current run of four years in a row...

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  18. USC Football: Is Sophomore Andre Heidari the Best Placekicker in the Nation?

    It's hard being a placekicker for Lane Kiffin 's USC Trojans. Kiffin regularly eschews the PAT for a go at a two-point conversion, and the team's aggressive play and high-powered offense leaves relatively few opportunities for field goal attempts...

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  19. Novak Djokovic: What Djoker Must Do to Prevent Embarrassing Wimbledon Loss

    It's already been decided that there will not be an unprecedented fifth consecutive Grand Slam final between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal , after Nadal's surprising early exit at Wimbledon to Lukas Rosol ...

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  20. NBA Draft Results: What's Next for the New Orleans Hornets?

    Now that the NBA draft is over, it's time to reflect on just how amazing the New Orleans Hornets' turnaround is...

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  21. NBA Draft 2012: New Orleans Hornets Welcome 2 Kentucky Wildcats to Big Easy

    The creole blue of the New Orleans Hornets is looking a bit bluer after the team drafted two members of the national champion Kentucky Wildcats on Thursday night in Anthony Davis and Darius Miller...

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  22. CFB Recruiting 2013: Vanderbilt's Coach Revitalizing Commodores' Recruiting

    It has been four years since the Vanderbilt Commodores have had a winning season and 30 years since they've won at least eight games...

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  23. 2013 NBA Draft Preview: 8 Mid-Major Stars Who Could Be Top Picks

    With all of the attention that has been focused on the mighty University of Kentucky's historic draft class, it is easy to forget the dominant role played in the NBA by athletes from schools in mid-major conferences...

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  24. NBA Free Agents 2012: Who Can Replace Eric Gordon for Hornets If He Leaves?

    After being traded to New Orleans in December 2011, Eric Gordon played only two games for the Hornets before an injury to his knee was discovered, shutting him down for three months...

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  25. Serena Williams: Experts Weigh in on Her Wimbledon Chances

    It is the brave man or woman who bets against Serena Williams at the All England Club. Williams has won the singles and doubles titles at Wimbledon four times each, and paired with ...

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