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Barely able to tie his shoes three days ago, Tiger Woods is ready to tee it up in the PGA Championship.
The waiting game on whether or not Tiger Woods will compete in this week's PGA Championship continues.
The soccer star says he didn't think about what he was doing when he controlled the ball with his chest before sweeping a volley past Argentina in the final.
Police say charges have been filed against a the fan after he allegedly posted a video of the bad act on YouTube.
Golf could do itself a favor this week by fussing less over Tiger Woods and more over Rob Corcoran.
A look at the sports news making headlines today, Wednesday, Aug. 6.
Andrew McCutchen has a broken rib after being hit by a pitch, but the Pirates center fielder and last year's NL MVP hopes to avoid going on the disabled list.
College of Charleston President Glenn McConnell has fired men's basketball coach Doug Wojcik.
After partnering with Speedo through most of his swimming career, Michael Phelps has agreed to a new deal with Aqua Sphere.
Tight end Martellus Bennett has been suspended indefinitely by the Bears after an altercation in practice the day before.
The reigning NBA champions have hired the first regular season female assistant coach in league history.
The owner of a Florida anti-aging clinic at the center of a doping scandal involving MLB players faces federal charges.
Tiger Woods, his back again in pain, has not yet decided if he can play in the PGA Championship, which starts on Thursday.
San Francisco Giants right-hander Matt Cain will undergo surgery on his elbow.
A look at the sports news making headlines today, Tuesday, Aug. 5.
The Phoenix Suns forward was sentenced to jail and house arrest after pleading guilty to "super extreme" drunk driving.
All is forgiven in Ohio when it comes to the King's homecoming.
Dalton has passed for more than 3,000 yards in each of his three seasons. He led the Bengals to an 11-5 record and AFC North title in 2013. He set career highs with 33 touchdown passes and 20 interceptions.
With Paul George lost to a broken right leg, the Americans will have to drop four more players before the World Cup of Basketball later this month in Spain.
The devices will be used by players and coaches to view aerial photos of previous plays.