A day after the conclusion of the 2009 Masters, one can only imagine what the headlines should have been:
AUGUSTA – A day after the conclusion of the 2009 Masters, one can only imagine what the headlines should have been:
AUGUSTA - The Masters delivered the show everyone wanted and a champion no one expected.
Angel Cabrera became the first Argentine to win the green jacket at Augusta National on Sunday by surviving a wild final round that began with a supercharged duel between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson and ended with a stunning collapse by Kenny Perry.
AUGUSTA - I asked Tiger Woods a question Saturday behind the scoring shed after his round of 70.
AUGUSTA - With his mind firmly wrapped around the 'what ifs' surrounding the tragic death of 22-year-old Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim pitcher Nick Adenhart, Anthony Kim made history Friday at the Masters. The 23-year-old Kim recorded 11 birdies during his round, breaking the course record set by Nick Price in 1986.
Before the Herald's Vince Johnson walked 18 with Tiger, he prepped by walking the front 9 with Phil Mickelson. Here's his LIVE blog of thoughts and observations.
On Thursday, Herald videographer Vince Johnson walked 18 holes with Tiger Woods. The following is his 'LIVE blog' of thoughts and observations throughout the round.
Second chances don't come along too often.
Former Georgia Southern basketball player Charlton Young will leave his position as assistant basketball coach at Georgia Tech to become the new head coach at GSU, according to multiple sources, effective at an 11 a.m. press conference this morning.
AUGUSTA - I'm convinced. Nature was perfected the day the Par 3 golf course at Augusta National Golf Club was created.
For just a moment, let's forget about Tiger, Phil, and even Padraig Harrington. Those guys will likely be in the mix come Sunday afternoon at Augusta, but here are five other names to look out for as the weekend progresses.
AUGUSTA - Celebrating it's 75th anniversary in 2009, the Masters, according to the game's best players, has become the world's most prestigious golf tournament.
It's never a bad idea to pat yourself on the back, and I must say, this week I'm more than well-deserving. Quite. Yes. Indeed.
In his first season as Georgia Southern head coach, Willie Fritz guided the Eagles to a Sun Belt Championship in their inaugural season at the FBS level. Georgia Southern finished the season with a 9-3 mark, including a perfect 8-0 run through Sun Belt competition.
A federal judge has cleared the way for Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson to be reinstated, ruling that an NFL arbitrator "failed to meet his duty" in a child abuse case that shook the league.
ANAHEIM, Calif. - Los Angeles Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton is meeting with Major League Baseball officials about a disciplinary issue.
Nope, this isn't about Cormac McCarthy's novel. This is more along the lines of the aging process. I have listed some of the aggravations concerning this topic in the past. Namely stuff like the lessening of hand-eye coordination, lack of stamina, having to take numerous pills, and the inability to keep up with young boys on the basketball court to name a few. This issue reared its ugly head again recently battering me in a most merciless manner.
ATLANTA - The Atlanta Hawks took the lead with a 13-0 run in the third quarter and went on to a 104-87 victory Wednesday night over the Dallas Mavericks, who were without suspended guard Rajon Rondo.
INGLEWOOD, Calif. - The Inglewood City Council unanimously approved a $2 billion stadium plan backed by St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke that clears a path for the NFL to return to the Los Angeles area for the first time in two decades.
MIAMI - A chemist working out of his suburban South Florida garage was sentenced Wednesday to 18 months in prison for supplying banned performance-enhancing substances to a clinic whose customers included professional baseball players such as New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez.
Grab a cup of coffee and spend some time re-living the Georgia Southern Eagles sweeping the Sun Belt Conference through the eyes of Herald Staff Photographer Scott Bryant.