Posts Tagged ‘Georgia’


Tiger prowls Augusta..Looks Sharp

April 8, 2010

The Girls love muscles

Tiger teed off today at 1:42 pm eastern with K.J. Choi and Matt Kuchar. He has so far played nine holes and looks to be in midseason form according to sources at

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The Return of the Mack

March 17, 2010

The Master back at work

There was a sense of shookness around the professional golfing world this week when Eldridge announced that he will be returning to reclaim his thrown.   His first appearance, the Masters.

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Clock strikes midnight for St. John’s

December 5, 2009

close...but no cigar.

The perfect season ended for the Red Storm Saturday against No. 6 Duke, as they were defeated 80-71.   St. John’s trailed by 16 at the half, but fought back and cut it to 4 with 10 minutes remaining before finally running out of gas.  D.J. Kennedy once again led the Johnnies with 18 points and 9 assists in the second half, after not recording a point in the first.  Sean Evans had a season-high 17 points while Kennedy led the Red Storm in scoring for the sixth time this season. St. John’s, playing its first game against a power-conference team, shot 50.9 percent but lost its 26th straight on a Top 25 team’s home floor.

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St. John’s cannot afford a let down.

December 1, 2009

So far, it's been all cheers and chest bumps for the Storm.


It’s funny how quickly things can change in sports. The Jets and Giants both got off to impressive starts, but are now struggling to stay alive in their respective playoff races. The Rangers started the season 7-1, but now have just 13 points in their last 19 games.  The Knicks, off to one of their worst starts in franchise history, were all set to sign Allen Iverson, just to nix the deal at the last-minute. 

Last week, I wrote an article about how the St. John’s Men’s Basketball program was a shell of its’ former self.  The heralded recruits weren’t coming in, the Garden was empty, and the NCAA tournament bids were non-existent. The Red Storm was off to a 3-0 start, but the competition was weak at best, and furthermore, the Johnnies were unimpressive in their victories. I began to wonder how much longer Norm Roberts would be coaching this team.  

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