It's big, and beautiful.
Prepping for a big Sunday
He took a practice swing on the 13th tee Friday and accidentally hit his ball. It clanged off a the tee marker to his right and caromed forward.
Who's promising, who's out
Wilhelm Schauman is working for a Swedish TV station
Favorites and sleepers
Here's something you might not know: When it rains, the "patron''' walkways turn into a swamp. The course? The course is perfect.
What evolved into a great championship battle spilled into overtime after an uncharacteristic defensive slip by Texas Tech.
Gophers will face legendary the Michigan State coach two days after his controversial berating of a Spartans player in Round 1.
Richard Pitino thoroughly outcoached his father's successor at Louisville to get his first NCAA victory as a head coach.
Six reasons why I'm picking the ...
The details don't matter much at this time of the year because the Vikings have entered the portion of the season in which only math matters.
With their 41-17 victory over Miami on Sunday, the Vikings likely will need only a victory against a battered Detroit team next Sunday to make the playoffs.
The Vikings are 6-5-1 with four games remaining and their spotty play on Sunday provided another reminder that we have little evidence, apart from preseason prognostications, that they are a good team.
What's fascinating about covering the NFL is that every week everyone knows what the coaching staffs should be trying to accomplish, yet so often the coaching staffs fail to make it happen. It's different when you cover a Patriots game. Bill Belichick usually makes it happen.
Sunday night, Kirk Cousins outperformed Aaron Rodgers and led the Vikings to a 24-17 victory over Green Bay at U.S. Bank Stadium
The Vikings needed a game like this - a laugher, an opportunity to coast, a chance to go into the bye feeling good and looking like a playoff contender.
Good teams tend to win as a matter of habit, and the Vikings have been forming one of late, as they exhibited with their 37-17 victory over the Jets on Sunday.
Adam Thielen has become the NFL's most consistently excellent receiver, and on Sunday he became Kirk Cousins' safety belt as well.