The Comeback Trail
Today is a test for Tiger Woods. The former world #1 has a great chance to win his first tournament since 2010, leading the field by one stroke after 54 holes at Bay Hill. The Arnold Palmer Invitational is an event that has treated Woods well in the past, so I feel he must win today. It will be interesting to see whether or not he lets his mental game go awry. If Woods is unable to hold his lead...
By the way - you can view my bracket here if you’re curious: http://games.espn.go.com/tournament-challenge-bracket/en/entry?entryID=111199 The long-anticipated day one of the 2012 NCAA Tournament didn’t disappoint one bit. We saw our fair share of upsets and close finishes. We did, however, go without a buzzer-beater, something that makes or breaks thousands of brackets in just one...
A Fall From Grace
It’s all so vivid. Tyler Olander running off the bench screaming, Kemba Walker crying, and a school rejoicing over the biggest accomplishment in college basketball: winning the NCAA Tournament. That was only 12 short months ago, and in that time the UConn Huskies have gone from on top of the basketball world to, well, dust in the wind. They capped off a disappointing 20-14 season by falling...