Playing favorites: Woodland's three shots get him a US Open win
Woodland got to 13-under-par 271 with a closing birdie, beating by one the record Woods set for a U.S. Open at Pebble Beach during his 15-shot romp to victory in 2000.
US soccer beats Chile to reach World Cup knockout round
With a superior goal differential — the first tiebreaker — the United States will require only a draw to claim the top spot and make plans to play June 24 in Reims, the site of the record 13-0 romp over the Thais last Tuesday.
NFL's instant replay quandary is about finding a solution that can win approval
After the abuse Jackie Robinson endured, Frank Robinson refused to take it
The Patriots' secret is focusing on the details. Every. Last. Detail.
Something is rotten about baseball free agency
The NFL, not the federal government, should pay for Super Bowl security
Navy football must do some serious soul-searching this offseason