GOLF PLUS
HURTS TO SAY IT
Justin Rose won impressively at Doral, but another withdrawal by a gimpy Tiger Woods had everyone buzzing about his status for the Masters, and beyond
TOUGH SHOT
A U.S. Army specialist in Afghanistan writes in to clarify the definition of a bad lie and a risk-reward hole
LEADING OFF
THE MAIL
Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS
SONS OF VALDERRAMA
As it starts its 17th season, MLS has become a hotbed for talented players from Latin America—especially Colombia, which has a long history with the U.S. game
FREE TO BE STEVE
Everyone wants to see the Suns move their point guard—except for Steve Nash, who's happy to keep things as they are
FLASHES OF GORDON
These five players were once can't-miss kids. They're still kids and (for the most part) still have a chance to bust out like the Royals' Alex Gordon did in 2011
NCAA TOURNAMENT PREVIEW
ROAD BLOCK
THE PATH TO THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GOES THROUGH ANTHONY DAVIS AND KENTUCKY. OPPONENTS SHOULD PROCEED AT THEIR OWN RISK
BEWARE THE SLEEPER
ONCE UPON A TIME THERE WAS A COACH WHO BUILT A FAIRY-TALE PROGRAM OUT WEST, THEN SEEMINGLY DISAPPEARED. NOW HE'S BACK TO BUST BRACKETS FOR ANOTHER CINDERELLA, LONG BEACH STATE
BRUIN UP ANOTHER STORM
Belmont is back in the NCAA tournament, but this time the Bruins have a potent team that's poised for more than just 15 minutes of fame
GREAT LENGTHS
OPPONENTS TAKE EXTREME MEASURES TO PREPARE FOR BAYLOR CENTER BRITTNEY GRINER—AND THEY HAVE JUST SIX MORE GAMES TO FIND A SOLUTION
PRO FOOTBALL
INTO THE GREAT UNKNOWN
Reinvigorated Super Bowl--ready quarterback, or injury case in inexorable decline? Peyton Manning in 2012 will be the most intriguing NFL story in years
MATT FLYNN
PRO HOCKEY
MIRTH OF THE BLUES
St. Louis has found its happy groove under coach Ken Hitchcock, who has taken his new club from unheralded to seemingly unbeatable
BASEBALL
ANTOINE WALKER
POINT AFTER
Departments

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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)