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Tiger Woods appears to injure hand bumping into photographer (Video) | Larry Brown Sports
Tiger Woods appeared to injure his hand bumping into a photographer as he walked off the course at Olympic Club on Saturday. Tiger seemed to be walking with his head down as he exited the course, and he bumped right into the photographer who was shifting positions after seeming to get the shot he wanted.
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Siva, Hulls Draw Love From Sports Illustrated | Rick Bozich
It's not all about underclassmen in college basketball. That's not my line. It's the line - and the work - of Andy Glockner of Sports Illustrated. Glockner loves the college game as much as folks in Kentuckiana do. So he's already looking ahead to next season with his story about Ten Seniors Who Will Have A Major Impact.
UK Gets Valpo, Cards Play Arizona | Rick Bozich
All the scores are in from the first day of regional play in the NCAA baseball tournament. Kentucky, which lost to Kent State in 21 innings, will play Valparaiso today at 4 p.m. EDT. Valpo lost to Purdue, 7-2. Louisville draws host Arizona at 11 p.m. EDT. The Wildcats smoked Missouri, 15-3.
Anthony Davis' NBA Journey Starts Tonight | Rick Bozich
Tonight is more than Game Two of the Miami-Boston Eastern Conference finals. Tonight is the NBA Draft Lottery. If you're in New York City, head to Times Square at 8 p.m. That's where the lottery will be staged. If not, just dial in ESPN.
Who Did Kentucky Baseball Annoy at NCAA? | Rick Bozich
The pairings are out for the NCAA baseball regionals, and the first question is obvious: Who did the University of Kentucky annoy on the tournament selection committee? Not only did the Wildcats fail to earn one of the 16 regional host positions, they're being sent to Gary, Indiana to play in a regional hosted by Purdue.
Former Card Adam Duvall Heating Up | Rick Bozich
Former U of L and Butler High School star Adam Duvall had a solid first full season in minor-league baseball in 2011, and he's starting to put up impressive numbers in High A ball for the San Francisco Giants.
Michael Bush Getting First-Team Reps With Bears | Rick Bozich
Matt Forte isn't happy with the money the Chicago Bears have offered him. He hasn't been happy for several years. Smells like an opportunity for Michael Bush, the former Male High and University of Louisville star who jumped from the Oakland Raiders to the Chicago Bears as a free agent during the off-season.
Preakness TV Ratings Dip 8 Percent | Rick Bozich
Triple Crown Fever will kick up now that I'll Have Another has positioned himself to give the sport its first Triple Crown winner in 34 years. But Preakness Fever did not spread much beyond Baltimore. USA Today's Michael Hiestand reports that overnight TV ratings for the Preakness on NBC were down 8 percent from 2011.
Kentucky vs. Louisville Rematch | Rick Bozich
Here we go again: It looks like Kentucky and Louisville are going to play each other in the NCAA Tournament. This time it won't be the Final Four. It's the women's softball NCAA regional at Ulmer Stadium. Louisville slipped into the loser's bracket by falling to Michigan, 2-1, in eight innings.
I'll Have Another wins Preakness in photo finish over Bodemeister (Video) | Larry Brown Sports
I'll Have Another wins Preakness in photo finish over Bodemeister (Video) By Larry Brown May 19, 2012 - Posted in Horse Racing I'll Have Another came charging from behind to beat Bodemeister at the Preakness in Baltimore on Saturday and now has won the first two legs of the Triple Crown.
Eric Bledsoe Plays On With Clippers | Rick Bozich
There are financial benefits to being taken in the top slots of the NBA Draft. But there are competitive disadvantages. You're stuck on lousy teams, and you usually have to wait several years before making the playoffs. That's what John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins have discovered the last two seasons.
Palacios Surgery Successful | Rick Bozich
Saw a post on Facebook from former University of Louisville basketball player Juan Tello Palacios. He appears to be lying in a hospital bed with a pair of bandages on the right side of his face. Palacios did post this message: "The surgery was successful.
Dave Telep Touts U of L Recruit Quentin Snyder of Ballard | Rick Bozich
ESPN recruiting ace Dave Telep spent his Kentucky Derby weekend in Fort Wayne, Indiana, watching AAU hoops. Telep wrote a nice recap of the weekend - and listed a number of breakout players. Here is a guy who made Telep pay attention - Ballard junior-to-be Quentin Snyder, who has already committed to Rick Pitino at Louisville.
Headline Drives Home Derby Win For O'Neill | Rick Bozich
When was winning trainer Doug O'Neill absolutely certain that his colt, I'll Have Another, had won Kentucky Derby 138? When he left the post-race party and returned to his room at the Galt House around 2 a.m. today. As O'Neill walked down the hallway to his room, the copies of The Courier-Journal had already been placed outside every door on his floor.