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BMW PGA Championship - Day One

VIRGINIA WATER, ENGLAND - MAY 23: Sergio Garcia of Spain lines up a putt during the first round of the BMW PGA Championship on the West Course at Wentworth on May 22, 2013 in Virginia Water, England. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)
  • Ohio State DC Greg Schiano cited for crash with bicyclist

    Greg Schiano is in his first season as defensive coordinator at Ohio State. Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano was issued a traffic citation Wednesday. Last Thursday morning, Schiano’s truck hit a bicyclist, resulting in a ticket for “failure to obey a traffic-control device.” The ticket is a minor misdemeanor, per the Columbus Dispatch.

    Dr. Saturday
  • Tiger Woods' Presence Already Benefiting the Fiery Patrick Reed

    The other members of Patrick Reed's foursome, or pod, didn't want to play a second nine holes Tuesday because it was too windy. The vice captain overseeing Reed's pod immediately volunteered to go with him. "He was like, 'All right, well, let's go,' and he walked it with me," Reed said Thursday morning.

    Golf
  • What kind of manager would Cristiano Ronaldo be?

    Cristiano Ronaldo remains central to Real Madrid’s goal-scoring aspirations, but one day, he will have to hang up his cleats. [ FC Yahoo: You won’t believe what Jamie Vardy drinks before games ] The soccer “afterlife” is a daunting prospect for a man

    FC Yahoo
  • Latest on the NL Wild Card race

    The Mets have four games left to play and lead the Giants and Cardinals by one loss, as the three teams continue battle for two Wild Card spots...

    Comcast SportsNet New York
  • Brett Hull compares Team USA to Titanic, laments ‘old boys’ management

    Brett Hull was a sensational choice for ESPN as an analyst, as his passion for Team USA brought gravitas to his off-the-cuff comments. “The philosophy was picked, and they picked it to beat Canada,” continued Hull.

    Puck Daddy
  • Vikings succeeding despite suffering major setbacks, ready for Giants

    The 3-0 Minnesota Vikings will host the 1-2 New York Giants this Monday night in their new stadium with both teams dealing with major changes.

    Comcast SportsNet New York
  • Liverpool to postpone further Anfield expansion after fan protest

    Liverpool owner John Henry says fan protests against ticket prices are causing the club to reassess plans to further redevelop Anfield. Henry’s Fenway Sports Group apologized to fans earlier this year and reversed planned rises in ticket prices after a walkout during a game. But having funded the redevelopment of Liverpool’s main stand over the last year, the next phase of the expansion program might not make economic sense if the club can’t recoup the construction cost. The Anfield Road stand had been next in line for rebuilding at the 54,000-capacity Anfield. “I don’t know if there is a next step because ticket prices are an issue in England,” Henry said. “That may foreclose further expansion.

    ProSoccerTalk
  • In search of justice, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix seeks criminal justice degree

    Green Bay Packers safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is pursuing a degree in criminal justice. Don’t let the name fool you. Green Bay Packers defensive back Ha Ha Clinton-Dix is taking the racial divide that’s cutting through cities across this country as seriously as any player in the NFL. Maybe even more seriously, and that includes backup San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

    Shutdown Corner
  • Report: Cavaliers giving championship rings to 1,000+ workers

    The Cavaliers will reportedly give David Blatt a championship ring, and Anderson Varejao also has one available. They aren’t the only two unexpected ring recipients. Joe Vardon of Cleveland.com: Majority owner Dan Gilbert and his partners decided

    NBC Sports
  • OSU's T. Boone Pickens says OU president David Boren should retire

    Founder & Chairman, BP Capital Management T. Boone Pickens speaks at the 2016 Concordia Summit. Oklahoma State donor T. Boone Pickens, whose name is on the Cowboys’ stadium, has started the Bedlam rivalry a little early this year with some choice words for Oklahoma president David Boren. Pickens told the Austin American-Statesman’s podcast, “On Second Thought” that “maybe it’s time for David to retire” after a report surfaced that Boren had changed his mind about Big 12 expansion.

    Dr. Saturday
  • Tim Tebow homers in first professional at-bat

    New York Mets outfielder Tim Tebow's baseball career has barely even begun and he's already a legend. The former quarterback turned outfielder hit a home run on the first pitch he saw as a professional baseball player.

    Amber Matsumoto
  • Hal Sutton Opens Up About His 2004 Ryder Cup Miscues

    Hal Sutton and Tom Watson have at least one thing in common: They've both had their Ryder Cup captaincy strongly criticized by Phil Mickelson. Mickelson famously aired some dirty laundry after the 2014 Ryder Cup loss at Gleneagles and pointed a finger directly at Watson. At his press conference here at Hazeltine Wednesday morning, Mickelson brought up the 2004 Ryder Cup debacle, specifically how Sutton handled Mickelson and Woods, the two top-ranked players in the world at the time.

    Golf
  • Serena on police violence: 'I won't be silent'

    The 22-time grand slam champion is the latest of a series of high profile sports stars to protest police violence against black Americans. Basketball's LeBron James said Monday that the thought of his son getting pulled over driving when he's old enough was "scary," adding "I'm not that confident... that my son is going to return home." San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick sparked outrage but also support in August when he refused to stand for the US national anthem in a pre-game ceremony, a statement against black "oppression". "I am a total believer that not "everyone" is bad," voiced Williams in a post that has been shared over 16,000 times. "It is just the ones that are ignorant,

    CNN
  • NASCAR issues warnings to 6 Sprint Cup teams

    Six NASCAR Sprint Cup teams, including two Chase teams, were issued warnings for issues with inspection at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. A team loses its pit stall pick after every fourth warning. Teams issued warnings were: * Kevin Harvick‘s team, which is in the Chase and won at New Hampshire, received its third warning after failing the Laser Inspection Station twice before qualifying. * Kasey Kahne‘s team received its third warning after failing the Laser Inspection Station twice before qualifying. * Greg Biffle‘s team received its third warning after failing the Laser Inspection Station twice before qualifying. * Denny Hamlin‘s team, which is in the Chase, received its second warning for

    NASCAR Talk
  • Huge If True: What's happening with unsigned NHL RFAs?

    The biggest and most obvious of these, this week at least, is Jacob Trouba, whose agent recently revealed a trade request made back in May. But in terms of unsigned young stars, he’s actually a rather faint one. Most notably, Bob McKenzie gave us the mother of all RFA rumor roundups this week, supplementing plenty of other reporting on the subject that has been widely circulated in recent weeks. Just to rattle off the list of names he addressed in his Wednesday morning tweetstorm: Tobias Rieder, Rasmus Ristolainen, Lindholm, Trouba, Kucherov and Gaudreau.

    Puck Daddy
  • Wayne Rooney's accidental assist helps Man United win first Europa League game

    Whether he meant to awkwardly deflect the ball – or not – to Zlatan Ibrahimovic for the winning goal doesn’t matter right now. All that matters for one Wayne Mark Rooney is that he was on the field and found himself in the right place at the right time to create something positive for Manchester United.

    FC Yahoo
  • Week 4 Fantasy Flames: Bears' Howard to claw way to top-15 numbers

    Every Wednesday the Noise highlights 12 under-started names who he believes are destined to torch the competition. To qualify, each player must be started in fewer than 60 percent of Yahoo! leagues. Speaking as an accountability advocate, I will post

    Roto Arcade
  • Who will win - Louisville or Clemson?

    Yahoo Sports' Dr. Saturday looks at the keys for Saturday's ACC showdown between top-five teams.

    Yahoo Sports Videos
  • At last, West Virginia and Pitt agree to revive their historic rivalry

    In the five years since both schools declared they were leaving the Big East to join other conferences, West Virginia coach Bob Huggins has always pushed to get longtime rival Pittsburgh back on his schedule. West Virginia and Pitt announced Thursday that they’ve agreed to a four-year series that will begin during the 2017-18 season. The Panthers will host the basketball version of the Backyard Brawl in 2017 and 2019 and will visit Morgantown in 2018 and 2020.

    The Dagger
  • Video: Here’s how baseball should really pay tribute to Jose Fernandez

    It probably wasn’t the greatest moment of Jose Fernandez’s career by the usual baseball standards, but God, if he didn’t love that night in 2013 against the Atlanta Braves when he smacked his first career home run. Jose Fernandez, far right, in 2013 after his homer caused the benches to clear. This was Jose Fernandez.

    Big League Stew
  • Ryder Cup 2016 and Arnold Palmer's Legacy in the Van Cynical Mailbag

    To hold you over, here are some morsels from the Van Cynical Mailbag. Hey Van Singles, How many will the USA win by given home turf, more experienced team and huge Medinah monkey on their back? Five or six points?—PGCusack via Twitter Slow down, Sack.

    Golf
  • PSA: Combine RSS Feed

    Brian Bowen, the 6-foot-7 small forward from La Lumiere (IN), has trimmed his list to six schools, cutting Michigan, Kentucky, Kansas, Indiana, Oregon and UNLV in the process. Bowen is down to Michigan State, Creighton, UCLA, Arizona, N.C. State and Texas. Michigan State has long been considered the favorite in part because Bowen is cousins with former Spartans standout Jason Richardson. "I'm not sure when I'll make my decision, but once I cut my list is when I'll start thinking a lot harder about the recruiting process," Bowen told MLive.com earlier this month. "Starting next week is when I'll really, really think about when I'll take my visits and when I'll make my decision. Once I do that,

    SNY
  • Xfinity Series Spotlight: Brandon Jones

    Brandon Jones was a fan of team owner Richard Childress long before he had the chance to drive for him. “I think it was my first race at Las Vegas,” Jones told NBC Sports. “He was in a hurry, Richard’s always in a hurry, but I was like, ‘Hey!’ I didn’t even know what to say to him. And now, thank gosh last year I got an opportunity to drive with him a little bit, and now we’re best friends. You can come in his office and kick back and have a normal conversation, so it’s great.” Jones, now 19, was given a five-race opportunity in 2015. After earning two top-five finishes, Jones received a full-time ride for 2016 driving the No. 33 Chevrolet. “It was a grin on my face, that’s for sure,” Jones said

    NASCAR Talk
  • Perez wants F1 future resolved in next week as delays continues

    Sergio Perez wants to get his Formula 1 plans for 2017 firmed up in the next week after growing tired of continued delays in talks with Force India. Perez had hoped to make an announcement regarding his future following the summer break at the Belgian Grand Prix, only for delays to postpone any confirmation. The Mexican had been linked with moves to Williams and Renault, but his sponsors are understood to have settled on keeping him at Force India for another season. Perez said in Singapore two weeks ago that he expected to make an announcement prior to this weekend’s race in Malaysia, but nothing has been confirmed. Speaking to reporters in Sepang on Thursday, Perez expressed his frustration

    MotorSportsTalk
  • Wenger after UCL win: This year’s Arsenal has “interesting potential”

    Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is growing in confidence when it comes to his Gunners’ chances in England and Europe, and it’s not hard to see why. Four days after Arsenal battered Chelsea 3-0 in Premier League action, the Gunners went out and handled FC Basel in the UEFA Champions League. Theo Walcott scored both goals in the 2-0 win, and there could’ve been so many more. Arsenal was fast, deliberate, creative, and dangerous. The finishing was not ideal, but the promise was massive. Perhaps more important, the Gunners posted a third-straight clean sheet and have allowed just four goals in eight matches since the 4-3 loss to Liverpool that opened the PL season. And Wenger acknowledges that his side

    ProSoccerTalk