August 11, 1995
Tee times for today's second round of the 77th PGA Championship at Riviera Country Club: 6:40 a.m.: Rick Acton, John Reeves, Tom Dolby 6:49 a.m.: Mike Lawrence, Mark Mielke, Dana Quigley 6:58 a.m.: Duffy Waldorf, Brandel Chamblee, Darrell Kestner 7:07 a.m.: Brian Kamm, Justin Leonard, Billy Andrade 7:16 a.m.: D.A. Weibring, Curtis Strange, Fuzzy Zoeller 7:25 a.m.: Mark Brooks, Brett Ogle, Scott Simpson 7:34 a.m.: Costantino Rocca, Lee Janzen, Mark McCumber 7:43 a.m.
August 20, 2000
Tiger Woods 66-67-70--203 -13 Scott Dunlap 66-68-70--204 -12 Bob May 72-66-66--204 -12 J.P.
February 28, 1993 |
The chicken wrangler is whistling frantically for his charges, who are busy ignoring him and pecking at some overripe zucchini near the front door of Pepper's Perch saloon. Semi-retired country music star Naomi Judd materializes from her trailer. Surely, somewhere in there she has a Dorian Gray-like picture that's aging for her, because, at 47, her face in the afternoon sun appears unlined and porcelain perfect.
August 18, 2000
SCORES 18-Hole Scores; Par 72 Scott Dunlap: 32-34--66 -6 Tiger Woods: 33-33--66 -6 Davis Love III: 34-34--68 -4 Darren Clarke: 35-33--68 -4 J.P.
December 29, 1996 |
Brown didn't look much like a basketball team that has won only once this season Saturday night against Cal State Fullerton. But for much of the game, Fullerton didn't look like a team that has put together the second-best record in the Big West so far in nonconference games. As it turned out, however, Fullerton showed just enough poise down the stretch to turn back Brown, 61-57, in front of 1,777 in Titan Gym.
December 30, 1994 |
There have been worse losses by margin. Several of them. But worse losses? "I don't think so," said Cal State Northridge basketball Coach Pete Cassidy. Down by 13 points with less than 14 minutes to play, Brown rallied behind the shooting of reserve guards Alan Cole and Oris Bryant to down Northridge, 81-72, Thursday night in the consolation game of the Lobo Invitational at The Pit. An appropriate name, The Pit. Northridge, 2-7 and loser of four in a row, has sunk to new depths.