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Despite the technical glitches early on in the show (a few moments of dead air and Earl getting disconnected twice), Mike and Earl talked about everything from Ryan Braun, to A-Rod, to Phil Mickelson, and even some NASCAR.
Thank you to everyone who called in, including our very own @NASCARKrissy. She dropped some knowledge on an exciting race taking place Wednesady night. Please check out the full episode after the jump.
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Phil Mickelson had a prosperous last two weekends in Scotland. Two weeks ago, he won the Scottish Open. This past weekend, he won the British Open. For winning both tournaments, Mickelson earned £1,445,000, or roughly $2,167,500. According to Forbes magazine, he’ll take home $842,700. Simple subtraction tells you that $1.3 million (61% of his winnings...
I thought today was going to be a slow sports day, it turned out to be a big night in sports.
The show started with Nick Masuda of Golfweek Magazine talking about Lefty’s win across the pond. We discussed the tournament and its highs and lows. We talked about how surprised we were about Phil’s win and Tiger Woods’ collapse as well as some of the others on the leader board....
Phil Mickelson has done it. Possibly the tournament no one, including lefty himself, thought he could win may go down as his greatest victory. Mickelson, always a man of hyperbole, told ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi that this was the best round of his life and that he’d never putted better. Mickelson has always been a fan favorite and yesterday’s victory was no exception. With...
What's next on the horizon is the season's fourth and final major, the PGA Championship?
The return to Oak Hill CC in Rochester, N.Y., might bring to mind Shaun Micheel's stunning victory when the PGA stopped there in 2003, a win that capped off a surprising season in the biggest events.
Mike Weir had won the Masters in April and Ben Curtis the Open Championship in...
Phil Mickelson shot a 66 at the final round of the British Open on Sunday to come from five strokes back to start the day and win his fifth major and first Open Championship. Lee Westwood, who entered the day with a two-stroke lead over a pair of Americans, Tiger Woods and Hunter Mahan, struggled [...]
While everyone else was moving backward, he charged forward. From the beginning of the day, he was staring down the barrel of a 5-shot deficit, but by the end of the day he found himself standing alone at the top of a hill. Only instead of a hill he was standing on a mountain (because a 3-shot victory in a tightly contested golf tournament is like winning a baseball game 9-1)....
ATLANTA In the spirit of Phil Mickelson's first Open Championship golf title ('Lefty' to his fans), the Atlanta Falcons will start training camp on Thursday with the majority of talent and depth slanted to the left side for both offense and defense.
The right side with the notable exception of defensive end Osi Umenyiora stands out as the weaker half. Right tackle...
Phil Mickelson won his first Open Championship.
A Florida Gators linebacker was arrested for barking at a police dog.
Chris Froome won the Tour De France.
When pre-game ceremonies go wrong: A skydiver took out a shortstop.
EA Sports will continue making college football games for at least three more years.
Jim Boeheim had some trouble staying awake during a recruiting trip:
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(Eds: With AP Photos.) By DOUG FERGUSON AP Golf Writer On the day after a British Open that will be talked about for years, it was time for Muirfield to return to normal. Workers dismantled the green seats in all the grandstands. Trucks carried out supplies from the tented village. The blue name plates of players were removed from the lockers.
Still towering over the 18th green...