The Bubba Watson Dilemma

September 19th, 2016

Picking Bubba Watson for the final American Ryder Cup spot is both the right and wrong choice for U.S. captain Davis Love III

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Davis Love III invites Bubba Watson to weekend Ryder Cup practice

September 16th, 2016

New wrinkle: Davis Love III invites Bubba Watson to weekend Ryder Cup practice

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Lee Westwood suggests Bubba Watson’s Ryder Cup omission a team chemistry issue

September 14th, 2016

Lee Westwood suggests Bubba Watson’s Ryder Cup omission a team chemistry issue

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Betting odds of Tiger Woods, Bubba Watson and others being the final Ryder Cup captain’s pick

September 13th, 2016

Betting odds of Tiger Woods, Bubba Watson and others being the final Ryder Cup captain’s pick

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Bubba Watson is not getting the final captain’s pick. Davis Love already told us

September 13th, 2016

Bubba Watson is not getting the final captain’s pick. Davis Love already told us

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Laurie Hernandez nails aerial cartwheel while throwing out first pitch at Mets game

September 4th, 2016

U.S. gymnast Simone Biles flipped while throwing out her first pitch at an Astros game on July 4 (before competing in the Rio Olympics). Laurie Hernandez, who won gold in Rio with Biles, flipped during her first pitch too. Good form, @lzhernandez02! pic.twitter.com/T4ZCqICUEm — MLB GIFS (@MLBGIFs) September 3, 2016 In her post-pitch interview, Hernandez casually said, “As soon as I found out I was throwing the first pitch, I was just like, ‘Oh, I’ll just throw a flip in there.’” Your browser does not support iframes. NO BIG DEAL. Doing an aerial cartwheel in front of tons of people at a professional baseball game is as easy as riding a bike for an Olympic gold medalist. (Gregory J. Fisher-USA TODAY Sports) (AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)  (AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)  Hernandez also posed with a baseball player who was much taller than her to make for another hilarious photo that shows how tiny gymnasts are. Yes, this is 6'6″ Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard with 5'0″ Olympic gymnast Laurie Hernandez. pic.twitter.com/jXP3z03q2X — Anthony DiComo (@AnthonyDiComo) September 3, 2016 More MLB!Jose Reyes ripped the cover off a baseball on a foul tip16hr agoPirates have heads shaved by kids for MLB's Childhood Cancer Awareness Day2d agoMom writes emotional note thanking Cardinals usher for going above and beyond for her son2d ago USA gymnasts Simone Biles (left) and Aly Raisman finished first and second, respectively, in the all-around competition. Gwen Jorgensen gave the United States its first gold in triathlon since it became in Olympic sport in 2000. Matthew Centrowitz won the first U.S. gold in men's 1,500 since 1908. The U.S. women's basketball team have won six consecutive Olympic gold medals. USA's Abbey D'Agostino and New Zealand's Nikki Hamblin provided a lasting moment during the heats for the 5,000 meters. After both runners fell, D'Agostino, who suffered a torn ACL, helped up Hamblin, who then returned the favor to D'Agostino. Katie Ledecky, shown leading the 800 freestyle, won the event by 11 seconds and set a world record. The war of words and gestures between Lilly King (right) and Yuliya Efimova (left) reached its pinnacle when King out-touched Efimova for gold in the 100 breaststroke final. Danell Leyva won silver medals in the parallel bars and high bars in the Rio Olympics. USA's Ibtihaj Muhammad (left) and Dagmara Wozniak celebrate after winning a bronze medal in the team sabre competition. USA's Bubba Watson might have finished 32nd in golf's Olympic return, but he was among the country's best ambassadors, seen cheering at numerous events. Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all-time, earned a gold medal in the 200 butterfly, one of five gold medals won in Rio. Phelps ends his career with 28 medals, 23 of which are gold. From left to right: Kathleen Baker, Lilly King, Dana Vollmer and Simone Manuel celebrate with their gold medals after winning the 4×100 medley relay. It was also the United States' 1,000th Summer Olympic gold medal. The United States swept the women's 100 hurdles with (from left to right) Kristi Castlin (bronze), Brianna Rollins (gold), and Nia Ali (silver) taking home the medals. The American women had 61 of the 121 overall U.S. medals, with 27 of them gold. The water polo team won gold for the second consecutive Olympics after defeating Italy 12-5. Jamaica's Usain Bolt completed his historic three-peat in his final Games, winning the 100, 200 and 4×100 relay for the third consecutive Olympics. DeAndre Jordan and Jimmy Butler celebrate winningUSA Basketball'sthird consecutive Olympic gold medal. jQuery.extend( window._usmgOptions, scriptUrl: “https://s2.wp.com/wp-content/themes/vip/usatoday-plugins/api-galleries/assets”, analyticsCallback: “galleryAnalytics”, fullscreenUrl: “http://ftw.usatoday.com/newscred_gallery/89042526/622796”, customAnalytics: true, title: “16 moments to remember from the Rio Olympics”, feedsrc: -1 );(typeof _usdpgw == “undefined”) ? _usdpgw = new _usdpGalleryWall(window._usmgOptions) : _usdpgw.start();

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