1. Tiger Woods: Masters 2012 Review and What Lies Ahead

    I'm sure I'm not as disappointed as Tiger Woods at the day's and week's trials and tribulations, but four days ago I expected this assignment to be a lot more exciting and fun to complete...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about over 2 years ago 260 reads 2 comments

  2. Masters Standings 2012: Dissecting the Day 3 Leaderboard

    Although the first two rounds of the 2012 Masters provided a few interesting storylines (Freddie's 67 for a piece of the lead and Tiger's scattershot 75 that left him three over), ...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about over 2 years ago 2,168 reads 2 comments

  3. Phil Mickelson and the Best Golfers over 40

    For most of us, golf is a game we think of as something we'll always be able to play. If you've been at it for any length of time, you probably went through a period where you were ...

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  4. Masters Odds 2012: Rory McIlroy and Foreign Players with the Best Shot to Win

    In 2002 the only two Americans to finish in the top ten at the Masters were the winner, Tiger Woods , and the third-place finisher, Phil Mickelson . The other nine finishers (there was a three-way tie for ninth place) were all foreign players...

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  5. Washington Nationals: Taking a Chance with Zach Duke Is a Good Gamble

    In 2005, Zach Duke was the leading vote-getter of any pitcher in the major leagues for Rookie of the Year. Duke finished fifth in the National League voting after compiling an 8-2 won-loss record with an outstanding ERA of 1...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about over 2 years ago 1,572 reads 8 comments

  6. Final Four 2012: 15 Biggest Questions Still to Be Answered

    Four teams arrived in New Orleans on Wednesday with their eyes on the prizeā€”the 2012 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about over 2 years ago 332 reads 4 comments

  7. NCAA Tournament 2012: The Best Is Yet to Come

    In truth, this NCAA Tournament has been a little light on buzzer-beaters and barnburners. And, with the exception of Syracuse-Wisconsin and Kentucky-Indiana, two games played at the highest level throughout, play has been slightly below expectations...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 438 reads 1 comments

  8. NCAA Bracket Elite Eight: 2 Teams Guaranteed To Fail

    Three down, three to go. Five of the top eight seeds have made it this far. A weekend in New Orleans is just one win away, but that one may be too much to ask of a couple of these teams...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 1,546 reads 6 comments

  9. NCAA Bracket 2012: 3 Teams That Shouldn't Bother Showing Up

    Pete Rozelle would be proud. Never has his dream of "parity" spread to something so expansive as the NCAA Tournament. No matter where you click, there are talking heads or writers using the "P-word" like never before...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 349 reads 1 comments

  10. NCAA Bracket 2012: East Regional Guarantees to Take to the Bank

    I've always looked at these grandiose, declarative proclamations with something of a skeptical eye. "Who's writing these things, and why would they want to tell the world about ...

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  11. NCAA Bracket 2012: Michigan and 5 Other Teams Nobody Wants to Play

    College basketball is often about matchups, both of personnel and styles of play. Just as every coach and team salivates watching tape of some upcoming opponent, they dread the thought of having to play others...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 14,796 reads 4 comments

  12. NCAA Bracket 2012: Breaking Down Each No. 1 Seed's Path to the Championship

    In a year where, depending on your viewpoint, two or three of the No.1 seeds are indisputable, everyone's opinion will vary on the degree of difficulty each will have getting to the April 2 championship game...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 356 reads 0 comments

  13. NCAA Bracket 2012: 8 Most Underrated Teams in the NCAA Tournament

    With the name "Cinderella" about to be the most overused word in the country for the next few weeks, we would do well to define "underrated" before we go forward...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 1,299 reads 0 comments

  14. NC State vs. Virginia: Wolfpack Sends Cavaliers Packing, 67-64

    In their first meeting with Virginia this year, the North Carolina State Wolfpack simply bludgeoned the Cavaliers on the backboards, out-rebounding them 40-20...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 217 reads 2 comments

  15. ACC Tournament 2012: For Virginia, What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been

    Just before Christmas, the Virginia Cavaliers and their fans were looking forward to ACC play with high hopes...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 584 reads 4 comments

  16. Odds for Every Team in ACC Tournament to Make March Madness

    Once the crown jewel of college basketball, the Atlantic Coast Conference has seen its power ratings and prestige take a hit in recent years...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 1,319 reads 5 comments

  17. UVA vs. Maryland: Mike Scott Saves Best for Last as Cavaliers Grab 4th Bye

    If you were writing a book or movie script about Virginia's men's basketball season, you'd have had the last regular-season game, with so much riding on the outcome, go into overtime, ...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 477 reads 2 comments

  18. Florida State vs. UVA: Seminole Buzzer-Beater Puts ACC 4th Place Up for Grabs

    It was an ending Florida State fans are getting accustomed to and Virginia fans are all too weary of seeing...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 523 reads 0 comments

  19. North Carolina vs. UVA: Tyler Zeller Keeps Tar Heels on Course for Duke Finale

    North Carolina's Tyler Zeller started it, scoring the Tar Heels' first 10 points, and then he finished it, adding the Heels' last four, as Carolina survived three Virginia failed ...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 708 reads 0 comments

  20. Virginia vs. Virginia Tech: Cavaliers Take Big Step Toward Securing ACC 4th Spot

    With the ACC suddenly looking like it may only be a four-bid conference, the Virginia Cavaliers took a major step toward insuring their name will be called on Selection Sunday with a gutsy, hard-fought, 61-59 win over in-state, arch-rival Virginia Tech...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 343 reads 1 comments

  21. Virginia vs. Maryland: Cavaliers' 2nd Half Avalanche Buries Terrapins

    That giant gust of wind that hit Charlottesville this afternoon, around 3:15, wasn't a forerunner of the snowstorm bearing down on central Virginia...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 247 reads 0 comments

  22. Virginia Basketball: Sammy Zeglinski Needs a Guy Who Knows a Guy...

    Where I grew up, it was never hard to get something done that wasn't quite mainstream. Need something fixed without a permit or a license? No problem. The reason? Because everybody had a guy who knew a guy...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 1,193 reads 0 comments

  23. Clemson vs. Virginia: Tigers Punch out Punchless Cavaliers, 60-48

    Clemson outscored Virginia 8-0 over a 5:31 stretch late in the second half to break open a tight game, and defeat the turnover-plagued Cavaliers 60-48...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 220 reads 0 comments

  24. ACC Basketball: 6 Teams Are Playing Musical Chairs for NCAA Bids

    With either five or six games remaining in their ACC regular season schedules, six teams are playing musical chairs for what most observers believe will be five invitations from the NCAA Selection Committee...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 555 reads 0 comments

  25. Giants-Patriots, Super Bowl 2012: Great Football? Hardly.

    Okay, the dust has pretty much settled. The casual fan and the guy or gal who only watches the Super Bowl got to walk around for a few days and say, "Great game, huh?" But was ...

    Roger Sager Written by Roger Sager about almost 3 years ago 1,751 reads 11 comments