SAN ANTONIO - Jimmy Walker and James Nitties got on a roll, former Georgia Southern Eagle Aron Price birdied 18 to pull within a stroke of the lead and the soaked Texas Open course dried out.
Less than a decade after he won all four of tennis' major championships in 1969 to complete a single-season Grand Slam, Rod Laver was convinced that an indefatigable kid by the name of Bjorn Borg would match the feat.
BALTIMORE - No rail for Bo-rail.
The Atlanta Hawks made significant improvement under Mike Woodson. They just wondered how much farther he could take them.
SAN ANTONIO - Matt Jones eagled the par-5 14th hole and finished with a 6-under 66 to take a one-stroke lead Thursday after the first round of the Texas Open.
BALTIMORE - Kentucky Derby winner Super Saver was made the early 5-2 favorite Wednesday for the Preakness Stakes, and he'll break from the starting gate next to beaten Derby favorite Lookin At Lucky.
It was Yogi Berra's 85th birthday Wednesday, as good a day as any to reflect on a time when baseball seemed pure and juice only got mentioned at breakfast.
ATLANTA - As Joe Johnson headed to the bench for perhaps the last time in an Atlanta uniform - booed mightily by his own fans, his team on the way to another blowout loss - it was hard to keep in perspective all the good things the Hawks did this season.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla.- For all the criticism Hank Haney has faced over six years and six major championships working with Tiger Woods, his latest move deserves nothing but praise.
ATLANTA - The Orlando Magic are playing like a team that will settle for nothing less than its first NBA championship.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Lookin At Lucky will be looking for redemption at the Preakness.
ATLANTA - The Orlando Magic kept up their dominating romp through the NBA playoffs, and the Atlanta Hawks can't do anything to stop it.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. - One round away from one of the biggest wins of his career, Lee Westwood of England knows what to expect on the final day of The Players Championship.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. - Lee Westwood doesn't rate The Players Championship as the fifth major.
ATLANTA - Hunched over his desk and looking very much like a coach trying to find a way beat the NBA's hottest team, Mike Woodson kept shaking his head as he glanced at a television showing highlights from the Orlando Magic's latest win.