Initial word was that while the decision to have Kevin Owens reclaim the United States championship from AJ Styles came at the last minute, and despite a less-than-crisply executed finish, the Battleground title change was planned. Not so fast. Several sources are now raising doubt about that, starting with Twitter-er rovert, who posted this video clip of the end of the match - something WWE didn’t show on the Network broadcast or anywhere else since - and questioning the lack of reporting about whether this went to script, when his sources indicated it didn’t: Fightful followed up on rovert’s report, and found fans in the arena who said Styles wasn’t in the ring after the match to sell the loss,
A former sixth-grade math teacher, Michael Greller is strong in numbers. Jordan Spieth leaned more on his caddie's words at the British Open. "This is as much mine as it is his," Spieth said as he clutched the silver claret jug. And then he turned to look over at Greller and said, "You deserve all the credit in the world for this major championship." Greller still had to work out some new math at the most critical juncture of the final round at Royal Birkdale. Spieth was hitting his third shot from the driving range and couldn't see any part of the par-4 13th hole. He thought he was about 270 yards away and was planning to hit 3-wood. Greller estimated the yardage closer than that and told him
Ole Miss players were essentially sold a bad bill of goods. If the school actually cares about them, they'll work with the NCAA and give them the choice to leave without penalty.