Augusta, Ga. — Tiger Woods is the favorite here this week. You know it, I wrote it in today’s Times Free Press, and everyone here at this hallowed ground believes it.
It starts on my way through the security checkpoint at University of Phoenix Stadium, where, after clearing the metal detector and reclaiming a set of rental-car keys, a handful of loose change and a cell phone, I have my first encounter with a vision in white (and red, if you make it down to the towering pumps).
Filed by Darren Epps I didn't want to waste too much space on my best day in baseball in the print version of our paper, not when stories from Jeff Francoeur and Tim Hudson needed to be told. So I'll do it here. I played most of my little league
Filed by Jamie Poole I'm a recent fan of pro cycling. Last year I taped the Tour de France for a friend of mine who doesn't have cable and watched quite a bit of it in the process. I fell in love with Floyd Landis on the controversial Stage 17. I
Filed by Mallory Carra In preparation for the Tour de Georgia in three weeks, Assistant Sports Editor Jim Tanner and I drove through the 18.9-mile Stage 4 time trial Monday, from downtown Chickamauga to Rock City at Lookout Mountain. Aside from
By Ward GossettAssistant Sports Editor Maybe it's a knee-jerk reaction but I thought often about the Mat Jam Sunday as I drove home and my thoughts weren't exactly positive about my first encounter Saturday with the Southern Conference and
Filed By David Uchiyama NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. -- D.J. Thompson's jersey will probably hang from the rafters of the Holmes Convocation Center in the near future. Friday night, after Appalachian State's 89-87 overtime loss to the College of
Filed by Wesley Rucker NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. -- It still probably won't happen. But it could. It really could. And that's an improvement. Davidson coach Annette Watts said the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's basketball team would
Filed By David UchiyamaStaff Writer NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. -- I've heard public-address announcers mis-pronounce last names, give credit to the wrong player for a bucket, call out license plate numbers for a car with its lights on, wish happy
Filed by Wesley RuckerStaff Writer NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Some thoughts in between one day that featured five basketball games (beginning at 10 a.m.) and six basketball games (beginning at 9 a.m.): 1. One game here could last 10 overtimes and