Collin Morikawa has the 36-hole lead at the Open. I’m trying to remember. Who was it who picked him to win? (Yeah, I know. It’s early.)
I’m pretty sure that was Rory’s favorite double bogey ever. The Open is all about keeping it together mentally and emotionally. McIlroy rolled in a 23-footer to save a 6 at the par 4 fourth. That got him back on track heading into the weekend.
I see lots of couch and cold liquids in my 48-hour horoscope.
Aww. Lefty didn’t make the cut? Gee, that’s too bad.
I had good intentions. I was all set to watch the Aggies’ CWS opener against Au Jus. But I turned on the tv about 15 minutes after the scheduled first pitch, and the game was essentially over.
What are you laughing about, Longhorns?
I still can’t really figure out why The Cesspool That Is The Washington Commanders is Congress’s problem.
It’s good to be Steph. He’s got another ring. He has his Finals MVP Award. And now his alma mater, Davidson, is going to retire his college jersey number 30. Oh, and he just finished up his B.S in sociology at Davidson.
Giants’ backup linebacker Justin Hilliard may have blown a golden opportunity. He’s been suspended for two games for violating the NFL’s PED policy. Bad timing. He was in line to start at middle linebacker while Blake Martinez is rehabbing a torn ACL. Now?
The ‘Stros’ pitching has been nothing short of magnificent so far. Their bats? Hit and miss. Literally. But that was quite the awakening Friday night in H-Town. Houston pounded five homers in a 13-3 rout of the White Sox, including a grand slam by Michael Brantley that keyed a ten-run 6th inning. The Astros are 16 games over .500. But it has been difficult to tell how good they are, since they have largely padded that gaudy record against the god-awful A.L. West.