Monthly Archives: April 2013

A Week in Links: April 28

NFL Draft stuff and the Iditarod. Makes sense.


A Return To Normal

Boston isn’t back to normal yet, but it will be. And their healing started with sports.

The Best Photo From The 2013 Masters

Adam Scott will be known as “Masters champ” for the rest of his life. ´╗┐The man to whom golf has been so cruel finally got to celebrate, and this picture pretty much sums up that feeling.

Come On Aussie: Adam Scott Wins The Masters

Adam Scott defied his past, put his country on his back and won the 2013 Masters.

A Week In Links: April 14 – Augusta National Is The Best

Augusta National is the golfing promised land and must be visited. I want to go to there.

Masters Day 3: Tiger Wasn’t Disqualified

The best time of the sporting calendar is almost to a close, but today was “moving day” at the Masters, where the golfers actually position themselves for the final round.

Masters Day 2: Tiger’s Splash, Jason Day and Freddie

Welcome back, friends, to the unrivaled, the unflappable, the unwavering, unanimous, ultimate beauty that is Friday at the Masters.

The Daily Show Takes Down The NCAA

The Daily Show took on the NCAA and they won.

Bob Costas Slams CBS For Masters Coverage

Bob Costas came on the Dan Patrick Show and refused to do his Jim Nantz impression. And he ripped CBS for not talking about Augusta National’s past.

Tianlang Guan Takes Too Damn Long

The amazing story of the 14-year-old Chinese amateur Tianlang Guan came to a screeching halt on Friday. Not because of poor play, but because of an inopportune decision by Augusta National and the PGA.