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Wednesday, October 22, 2014


Tiger Woods Admits Cheating, Affair in Apology on Website

After playing the deny, “nothing to see here” game for nearly a week while girls continued to come out of the woodwork to share their details of affairs, Tiger Woods finally came clean on his website Wednesday morning (somewhat). Tiger specifically admitted to “transgressions” and “personal sins,” though they were careful not to use the…Read More

Tiger Woods Beat Up, Hit and Bloodied by Wife Elin Nordegren?

The events of Thanksgiving week have to be amongst the worst in Tiger Woods’ life. On Wednesday the National Enquirer said that Tiger Woods had a mistress/hooker on the side, Rachel Uchitel, whom he flew to various locations around the world, ostensibly for sex. Since the evidence against him from the Enquirer seemed to be…Read More

Video: Y.E. Yang Clutch Eagle on 14 to Win PGA Championship

You heard all the headlines: Tiger Woods is unbeatable when leading a major after 54 holes. Start engraving his name in the Wanamaker trophy already — no point letting things play out because Tiger wins and everyone else folds. Not the case on Sunday with Y.E. Yang, who actually had the balls to step up…Read More

Padraig Harrington Tinkers with Happy Gilmore Swing, Proves to Work

There’s a cool video making its way around the sports blogosphere and it features Padraig Harrington trying out the Happy Gilmore swing to see how it works. It’s another excellent video put together by the people at FSN’s Sport Science and though it’s long, it’s worth it. Sport Science also had the breakdown of the…Read More

Angel Cabrera Backs Into Masters After Kenny Perry Chokes

Admittedly, I didn’t see all 72 holes of the Masters this week, but I definitely saw Kenny Perry blow the Masters in the last two holes. Perry was up by two strokes with two holes to play after he eagled 16. Perry hadn’t bogeyed a hole in his final round leading up to 17. All…Read More

Economy Affecting Sponsorships: Buick Pulling Back with Tiger Woods?

With the exception of hockey which seems to have declined steadily (regardless of economic conditions), the overall health of sports teams seems to be fine. We haven’t heard much about ticket sales and attendance figures dropping, not to mention merchandise sales and money spent at games. We have heard that the economy may be preventing…Read More

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