I just Googled “I hate Duke” just to see how many websites I could find that share an obsession with hating the newly-crowned NCAA Basketball champions.
Every March, 60 million Americans or more fill out NCAA brackets, predicting the winner of the men’s basketball championship. A good percentage are doing it to be part of the pop culture phenomenon, not because they are sports fans, and this fact leads to mind-numbing confusion about the championship and the office pool.
Let’s face it, 70 percent of self-proclaimed sports fans have pretty much ignored college basketball up until this point. But by the end of the month, many of us will be screaming at our television sets hoping some 19-year-old from a university we’ve barely heard of hits his free throws. How are we going to get there?
Just before his tee-off time at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am in Monterey, actor Josh Duhamel talked about his new CBS series…
A caddy suffered a broken arm after falling down a cliff at Pebble Beach during Sunday’s Pro-Am tournament.
The tennis great proposed to her girlfriend on the big screen of Arthur Ashe Stadium…
Tennis matches are getting longer and longer, and in some cases, towels can be partly to blame.
Multiple reports indicate Thursday that Harding Park in San Francisco has been selected to host the PGA Championship in 2020. The 2019 event will be played at Bethpage Black, a public course on Long Island.
At 11 years old, Lucy Li became the youngest player to qualify for the U.S. Women’s Open by winning the sectional qualifier at Half Moon Bay in May.
Vince Conde and John Norwood had three hits and two RBIs each and Vanderbilt combined for six runs in the seventh and eighth innings to beat Stanford 12-5 Sunday to advance to the College World Series.