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April 25, 2005
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Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: Golf Plus
Sports Illustrated Bonus Section : Golf Plus
  • Although Frank C. Ford Sr. was the progenitor of four generations of accomplished golfers, his mother, Anne (Sissie) Gaillard Hanahan Ford, was the family's oldest champion, and his wife, Elizabeth (Betsy) Coker Ford, taught their sons the fundamentals of the game. Here's an accounting of the family's many championships.

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TWO COLOR PHOTOSPhotographs by Al TielemansWait for the Snap To help them build strength, Ohio State linemen wear harnesses during spring practice in Columbus, where they worked toward their ultimate goal: to spring receiver Ted Ginn Jr. (left) for some big gains this fall. TWO COLOR PHOTOSPhotographs by Darren CarrollHorns Aplenty There were 40,500 fans on hand to watch Texas's annual intrasquad spring game on April 2. The Longhorns will be led this season by quarterback Vince Young (right; page 54). TWO COLOR PHOTOSPhotographs by Damian StrohmeyerHoe Down Michigan is renovating the Big House, but that didn't keep quarterback Chad Henne (right) and the rest of the Wolverines from spring practice in Ann Arbor last Saturday.