ATHENS, Ga. -- Former Aquinas star running back Brendan Douglas is back in the mix for a role in the Georgia backfield.
After suffering a sprained MCL in his left knee during preseason camp, Douglas fell out of a tight race for the third-string tailback position with fellow freshman J.J. Green just before the season opener against Clemson.
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Human nature is not always very flattering when you look in the mirror, and it’s
obvious some of the visible wrinkles come from taking perverse pleasure in
another man’s failures.
That other man is, in this case, LeBron James. It’s fairly obvious that I’m not
the only one cheering for his defeat.
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SAN FRANCISCO – Thanks Graeme McDowell.
The 2010 U.S. Open champ’s missed putt that failed to force an 18-hole playoff allowed the USGA to offer six tee times on Monday after the U.S. Open for some media members to play The Olympic Club.
Some friends have suggested that I was a lucky winner with a 12:20 p.m. tee time. You be the judge.
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SAN FRANCISCO – The heavyweight marquee grouping of the U.S. Open on Thursday morning looked more like a Wednesday pro-am. Playing the role of the high handicappers were the last two Masters Tournament champions.
While Tiger Woods cruised along the back 10 at the Olympic Club with a steady dose of surgical golf that looked very familiar, partners Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson flailed away like a couple of amateurs.
The best story at this U.S. Open isn’t Tiger Woods.
It isn’t defending champion Rory McIlroy.
It isn’t major-deprived world No. 1 Luke Donald.
It isn’t Lee Westwood, Dustin Johnson, Jason Dufner or any of the so-called favorites taking on The Olympic Club.
The best story of the 2012 U.S. Open is – as he himself calls it – “a disabled 40-year-old golf coach.”
Funny thing, it was also one of the best stories at the last U.S. Open at Olympic in 1998.
Schedule of Events
All times Pacific Daylight Time
Thursday, June 7 – Sunday, June 10
U.S. Open Merchandise Pre-Championship Opening – 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time
Monday, June 11 – Wednesday, June 13
Practice Rounds – Gates open 6 a.m., close approximately 7 p.m. local time
Thursday, June 14 – Saturday, June 16
Championship Rounds – Gates open 6 a.m. local time, close 30 minutes after play ends
Sunday, June 17
There is nothing random about U.S. Open pairings. The blue coats at the USGA have long had fun trying to come up with creative threesomes, and were way ahead of the PGA Tour’s curve in creating the marquee matchups.
Next week when the 2012 U.S. Open tees off on the first and ninth holes (that’s not a mistake, the split tees will include the ninth hole because of its proximity to the clubhouse compared to the 10th), some eye-opening and thought-provoking groups will be sent forth to wage battle against par at The Olympic Club.
I was warned within five minutes of sitting down at the dinner table.
Earlier this month I was given an 11th hour invite to crash a longstanding tournament at Yeaman's Hall Club. Having heard countless testimonials about the Seth Raynor classic near Charleston, S.C., it was a no brainer to rearrange my schedule to fit in a few days with a bunch of strangers.