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WEIRD WAS THE WORD OF THE WEEK AT THE MATCH PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP, WHERE SNOW FELL AS HARD AS THE FAVORITES, A RESOLUTE TOUR COMMISSIONER DUG IN AGAINST THE GAME'S GOVERNING BODIES AND METHODICAL MATT KUCHAR OUTLASTED THE FIELD AND THE ELEMENTS
Georgia on His Mind
AS THE TOUR HEADS EAST (AND THE MASTERS CREEPS EVER CLOSER), THE ROOKIE WHO HAS SHOWN THE MOST PROMISE IS SONY CHAMP RUSSELL HENLEY, A FORMER DAWG WITH A SILKY SMOOTH PUTTING STROKE
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LEADING OFF
THE MAIL
SPRING FOOTBALL PREVIEW
THE HIT!
LIKE MOST WHO GROW UP WITH THE GAME, JADEVEON CLOWNEY AND VINCENT SMITH REVEL IN CONTACT, CONSEQUENCES BE DAMNED. ON NEW YEAR'S DAY THEIR PATHS MET IN A BLOW THAT SHOOK THE FOOTBALL WORLD AND SOLIDIFIED CLOWNEY AS A HOUSEHOLD NAME
Once More, With Meaning
LAST YEAR BRAXTON MILLER HAD THE BEST SEASON NO ONE PAID ATTENTION TO. WITH HIS BUCKEYES BOWL ELIGIBLE AGAIN, OHIO STATE'S HEISMAN HOPEFUL QB IS LEANING ON HOME AND HARD WORK AS HE PREPS FOR ANOTHER RUN AT PERFECTION. LESS THAN 280 DAYS UNTIL MICHIGAN
Rising Freshmen
Getting great talent is the lifeblood of every college program. Getting that talent to show up early is even better
Yes, He Is Old Enough To Coach
TEXAS TECH'S KLIFF KINGSBURY MIGHT LOOK BOYISH, BUT THE OFFENSIVE GURU AT THE FOREFRONT OF THE NCAA'S YOUTH MOVEMENT HAS A MAN'S JOB AHEAD OF HIM: TAKE TEXAS TECH TO THE BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIP
BASEBALL
Not Bad, Different
NO MISTAKE BY THE LAKE, THE INDIANS—FORTIFIED BY A PEDIGREED MANAGER AND SOME YANKEE-LIKE SPENDING—ARE BETTER (AND FAR LESS BORING), MAYBE EVEN OCTOBER MATERIAL
NORTHWEST HOOPS
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Heavy News
In South Africa coverage of the Oscar Pistorius case reflects a nation in mourning—for a victim and a self-image
Revolution 2013
The dramatic changes sweeping the pro game have scouts looking for new kinds of players at critical positions