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LEADING OFF

Oct. 08, 2012
Oct. 08, 2012

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Oct. 8, 2012

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PHOTOPhotograph by Kohjiro KinnoGAEL FORCE WIN The winds of change were howling over the 17th hole at Medinah Country Club late on Sunday afternoon when Rory McIlroy took a bow in front of the gallery. Moments earlier, McIlroy had gained Europe's second point of the day with his defeat of Keegan Bradley. It was just the beginning of a final-day rout that saw the Euros come from four down to defeat the U.S. 14½--13½ and retain the Cup (page 56).PHOTOPhotograph by Bill WippertKICK, SHAVE, AND A BEAUTY Ian McCoshen (3, in blue) sent ice shavings and Seth Jones (3, in white) flying over goaltender Hunter Miska during the CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game in Buffalo last Saturday. Team McClanahan, in white, defeated Team Housley 5--2.PHOTOPhotograph by Al TielemansDAWG SNOOP Some four dozen boys and girls were the distinguished house guests of UGA IX before last Saturday's Georgia-Tennessee showdown between the hedges. This youngster was content to let the sleeping Dawg lie; Georgia, meanwhile, played with more bite, defeating the Vols 51--44 (page 60).