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UCLA has said it is looking for a basketball coach to enhance its winning culture. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar says he's the man. Abdul-Jabbar, certainly in the conversation about the greatest basketball players of all time, said Wednesday that he wants to be...
It was high noon Friday and the faithful were everywhere, waiting for Phil Mickelson to pull the trigger on his second round in the Northern Trust Open. About 300 yards down the fairway, where his opening tee shot would land, they were three deep...
All the right stuff seemed to be there Wednesday night at Pauley Pavilion, when the Bruins took on the rival USC Trojans in men's basketball. The recent $138-million upgrade to Pauley left it still shiny and new. The place was overwhelmed with the soft...
LA JOLLA — Many will see Tiger Woods' victory Monday as a day of belaboring the obvious. He had a six-shot lead to start the day, only 11 holes left and a golf course that would give up birdies to his challengers as easily as Manti Te'o finds...
South Bend Tribune Staff Report2012 -- Sept. 11: Te'o's grandmother, Annette Santiago, dies in Hawaii. -- Sept. 13: Te'o tweets at 2:14 a.m.: "I may not hear your voice anymore but I do feel your presence!" Followers reply with tweets of condolences about his "girlfriend's" apparent...
It was not news that Mike Trout was selected American League rookie of the year Monday. It was a given. If you are a baseball fan and don't know about Trout, then you aren't a baseball fan. He arrived on the scene to stay on April 28. The Angels had...
Santa Anita's Great Race Place, with lots of workers and media on hand Monday, was abuzz. Down the street a couple of blocks, having lunch and itching to get to this weekend's Breeders' Cup, jockey Mike Smith was aglow. "Boy, I'm mounted well," he said....
SAN DIEGO — That huge gush heard just shortly before 9 Monday night was the massive deflation of the San Diego Chargers' NFL season. Air left the Chargers' balloon like a jet stream. Whoosh. Bye-bye, Chargers. The team owned and operated by the...
Tags: Qualcomm Inc., Philip Rivers, Eric Weddle, Norv Turner, Football
This column is dedicated to the 42,473 who were at Dodger Stadium on Tuesday night when the flame finally flickered out. You missed out. Yes, we couch potatoes saw you, squirming and grimacing and putting your hands over your eyes as the drama churned...
Tags: Mark Ellis, Vin Scully, Potatoes, Dodger Stadium, X Games
No fish jokes about this kid. Mike Trout is a keeper. Who could have imagined where this was headed when he was called up on that fateful day of April 28. He looked a little bit like Mickey Mantle and he sure could run like the Mick. But the talent-rich,...
The oft-troubled sport of thoroughbred horse racing may have a solution for its well-documented woes right in its midst. All it needs to do is clone Bob Baffert. Baffert, the white-haired trainer with the fast one-liners and faster horses, ruled the...
As the sun sank toward the western horizon of the Pacific, setting the table for the inevitable fog, Jim Furyk and Graeme McDowell emerged as those who had best weathered yet another stormy day at theU.S. Open. Saturday was supposed to be the...
Tags: Jim Furyk, Graeme McDowell, Rory McIlroy, Golf, Rocco Mediate
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