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
Police in Prince William County, Virginia recently arrested a man named Rodney Darnell Whitehead, Jr. The only problem is that it wasn’t the Rodney Darnell Whitehead, Jr. who used to play for the Dallas Cowboys. In a lengthy statement, the authorities have admitted that Lucky Whitehead’s identity was “falsely provided” after an arrest for petit larceny. To be sure, police compared the man to the photo on file with the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles.
A new report says that Floyd Mayweather’s $3.3 Mill tax lien has been released by the IRS, even though he appears to still owe the IRS a whopping $29 million. If true, it might make you wonder why the IRS often pushes so relentlessly to collect, but seems to ease off in some cases. In this case, the answer appears to be that Mayweather paid the $3.3M tax debt in full, so the IRS didn’t have a choice. The Money boxer still owes the IRS more than $20 million, and he is still suing the IRS to await his Conor McGregor Fight payday for more payments. Mayweather’s finances aren’t public, but many news sources have tallied the recent $22.2M tax lien, plus his still unpaid 2010 IRS debt of $7.2M. The