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  • British Open might be another Rory runaway

    British Open might be another Rory runaway
    The Rory Story became an international bestseller again Friday. Young Mr. McIlroy, Northern Ireland's 25-year-old golfing phenom, dismantled a Royal Liverpool course that is supposed to be resistant to that sort of dissection. That's why it is in the...
  • Rory McIlroy closing in on wire-to-wire win in British Open after 68

    Rory McIlroy closing in on wire-to-wire win in British Open after 68
    Making two eagles on the last three holes, Rory McIlroy shot another dazzling round at the British Open here Saturday and threatens to turn this into the second consecutive wire-to-wire affair in a major golf tournament. German Martin Kaymer won that...
  • Everyone's chasing Rory McIlroy at the British Open

    Everyone's chasing Rory McIlroy at the British Open
    The nearly flawless magic of Rory McIlroy somewhat overshadowed an extraordinary Friday of golf at the British Open, on Hoylake's Royal Liverpool links. McIlroy, the young Northern Irishman with a silky swing and a flair for going low in major...
  • Up next for the Galaxy: Saturday at Kansas City

    GALAXY AT KANSAS CITY When: 3 p.m. PDT. Where: Sporting Park. On the air: TV: ESPN2; Radio: 1150, 1330. Records: Galaxy 7-3-6; Sporting Kansas City 9-5-5. Record vs. Sporting Kansas City (2013): 1-0-0. Update: This is the only regular-season...
  • NCAA proposal would give power conferences more autonomy

    Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive, in his annual state-of-the-league address this week in Alabama, quoted Dwight D. Eisenhower, Nelson Mandela and Winston Churchill to emphasize the importance of fundamentally reforming intercollegiate...
  • KISS puts on a great show, if you don't count the football

    KISS puts on a great show, if you don't count the football
    Above each goalpost, a cheerleader dances in a cage suspended from the ceiling. Below, motorcycles race onto a field of gray turf, revving engines between pyrotechnic flames. Behind one end zone a live band plays. And in the midst of all this, the LA...
  • Rory McIlroy conducts electricity with thrilling third-round finish

    The young maestro was coming. Something special was hanging in the air. And so the fans, thousands of them, squeezed into the stands around the 18th hole at Royal Liverpool on Saturday afternoon. They knew they needed to be there, to embrace it, to be...
  • Beach volleyball event in Long Beach aims to broaden sport's appeal

    Beach volleyball event in Long Beach aims to broaden sport's appeal
    At the Summer Olympics, spectators seem drawn to the beach volleyball courts. Outside of the Games, fans seem to find other ways to spend their time. That's the problem the sport has in this country. But, the situation isn't hopeless and enthusiasts...
  • USC football summer workouts voluntary, but it doesn't feel that way

    USC football summer workouts voluntary, but it doesn't feel that way
    For much of June and July, USC is calm in the morning. A few students meander to summer classes, strolling next to a construction site where work won't pick up until later in the day. It's peaceful, really. But make a couple of turns and head past the...
  • Video: Reporter vs. J.J. Watt's workouts

    Video: Reporter vs. J.J. Watt's workouts
    As someone who has run numerous races, including the Chicago Marathon, I consider myself to be in good shape. To prove it, I headed to Microsoft's offices downtown to test the new Gatorade Sports Performance workout training program, which launches...
  • British Open might be dry, dry again

    Much has changed in golf since they last played the British Open at Royal Liverpool here in 2006. Or has it? If you can harken back, that's the year where rainy, stormy, chilly western England wasn't rainy, stormy and chilly. It was none of the above....