I'll admit it. For the past couple of years, I didn't get it when fans complained about the wussification of sports. I thought the complaints were overblown, a product of social media immaturity, a lack of sophistication and intellectual evolution.
I was wrong. We've gone too far with the wussification of sports. I realized it this past weekend when the sports world went gaga over the intense "feud" between Sergio Garcia and Tiger Woods.
"I'm not going to lie, (Tiger) is not my favorite guy to play with. He's not the nicest guy on tour," Garcia said Saturday. ".... We don't enjoy each other's company. You don't have to be a rocket engineer to figure that out."
An ESPN.com headline used those words to justify this headline: "Sergio Garcia rips Tiger Woods."
Really? That's ripping a guy?
Garcia was upset because he believed Woods caused spectators in his gallery to gasp when he pulled out his 5-wood while Garcia was attempting a shot. Garcia's second shot on the par-5 second hole...