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  • Sideline Chatter: Laundry list for NFL as flags fly at record pace

    Flag football? No kidding. NFL officials, with Weeks 16 and 17 to go, are on a pace to whistle a record 4,139 penalties this season. The old penalty mark 3,849 in 2011 should fall this weekend. NFL headlines At TheOnion.com: "Johnny Manziel...
  • 'Celtic Tiger' McIlroy emerges dominant in 2014

    A year to forget for an injury-plagued Tiger Woods was savoured sweetly by Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy after the 'Celtic Tiger' won two majors in 2014 to regain his status as the game's leading player. McIlroy ended a stellar campaign with four...
  • 2014-15 college bowl preview: Plenty to see here

    Here you are, chronically behind in holiday shopping, and you've got the first five of 38 college bowl games to watch Saturday. And yes, there will be a quiz. Our preview: New Orleans, Dec. 20, Nevada (7-5) vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (8-4). Wolf Pack QB...
  • Vonn back in action on her favourite stage

    It has been a year since Lindsey Vonn last skied a World Cup race, but there is light at the end of the tunnel for the American, who is set to make her return from a lengthy injury absence at her favourite resort this weekend. Two downhills and a Super-G...
  • Sideline Chatter: Maybe not the target audience Penn State had in mind

    Talk about targeting an ineligible receiver. Penn State's athletic department, in sending out computer-generated letters seeking renewal of football season tickets, somehow mailed one to Jerry Sandusky at his State College residence. The former PSU...
  • Stephen Sondheim, Rob Marshall and Meryl Streep on 'Into the Woods'

    Stephen Sondheim, Rob Marshall and Meryl Streep on 'Into the Woods'
    Twenty-seven years after it first premiered on Broadway, composer Stephen Sondheim and librettist James Lapine's subversive, fairy-tale-based musical "Into the Woods" comes to the screen Dec. 25 under the direction of "Chicago's" Rob Marshall and with a...
  • Sideline Chatter: Would he have been any happier with an eagle?

    Shoot a birdie? Sam Eaves probably wanted to. The Aussie golfer got victimized by a pilfering crow during this year's Australian PGA Championship when the blackbird snatched his tee shot from the fairway and flew off with it into a nearby tree. Eaves...
  • Scott misses out on home title after putter fails him

    Adam Scott knows better than most how fickle the golfing gods can be. They were on his side last year when he needed them most, in the playoff with Angel Cabrera at the U.S. Masters, golf's most pressure-packed tournament. Scott held his nerve that...
  • Rehabilitated Woods heading toward his second billion

    His goal of 18 majors is in serious doubt, but five years after his precipitous fall from grace, a rehabilitated Tiger Woods is entering the next phase of his career heading toward making another billion. Five years after driving into a fire hydrant in...
  • Johnny Miller back at Father-Son after eight years, one shot back entering Sunday's final round

    Johnny Miller back at Father-Son after eight years, one shot back entering Sunday's final round
    Johnny Miller talks golf a lot more than he plays it. A casual 18 is not the idea of fun for a former U.S. Open winner. Neither is practicing and playing with a 67-year-old back. The rust and toll professional golf caused Miller to top three shots...
  • Mark O'Meara is back in Orlando and bigger than ever

    Mark O'Meara is back in Orlando and bigger than ever
    Mark O'Meara has never minded being overshadowed. If he did, he probably wouldn't have lived next to Tiger Woods for more than a decade in Orlando. It's tough enough to escape that shadow on a golf course. Imagine having it come over and ask to borrow a...