published Tuesday, April 5th, 2011

5 at 10: Atlanta Braves, the Masters and the new NCAA champs

Here we go

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    Connecticut's Alex Oriakhi topples over Butler's Andrew Smith during the first half of the men's NCAA Final Four college basketball championship game Monday, April 4, 2011, in Houston. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Thank goodness that's over

The college basketball season ended with a collective clank in Houston as UConn topped Butler 53-41 for the national title Monday night. TFP columnist ace Mark Wiedmer was excellent all weekend in Houston and had a strong column from the championship HERE.

Egads, there were long stretches last night that looked more YMCA than NCAA and more pick-up than playoffs. At one point the 5-at-10 thought the camera had switched to EC's weekend pick-up game, but then Jim Nantz said something stupid, and well, Jim Nantz is not going to do play-by-play on EC's pick-up game. (Have we discussed why Gus Johnson is not more involved in the title game? No clue on that one.)

Where were we? Oh yeah, really bad basketball. Butler shot something like negative 82 percent and UConn had something like 20 turnovers to three assists. The 5-at-10 would have looked up those stats but our research staff is recovering from severe retina burns after watching the title game last night. It was not awesome in its awesomeness; more like gross in its grossness.

Plus, everyone (yes, the 5-at-10 is guilty, too) assumed that Butler was the underdog story because of its profile. Well, in the preseason hoops poll Butler was No. 18; UConn did not receive a single vote.

Anyhoo, if you're handicapping the front-runner for the College World Series, look for the team currently in the NCAA crosshairs. Auburn won the football title amid the rumors and NCAA questions involving Cam Newton. UConn is on probation and coach Jim Calhoun is suspended for the Huskies' first three games of next season. So the early favorite in baseball has to be someone currently on the NCAA radar, right?

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    In this April 13, 1986, file photo, Jack Nicklaus watches his shot go for a birdie, giving him the lead and the title, on the 17th at the Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Ga. The Masters will be played for the 75th time this week, a major filled with special moments. Few of them resonate like one 25 years ago, when Nicklaus shot 30 on the back nine to defeatGreg Norman, Tom Kite, Seve Ballesteros and Nick Price, all of whom are in the World Golf Hall of Fame. (AP Photo/Joe Benton, File)

Masters Week, Day II (part one)

Holy buckets of divots, there has to be something amazing on tap at Augusta National this week in the 75th Masters. If sports — and history for that matter — are defined by cycles, the silver anniversary bell curve at the Masters is world class.

It was 25 years ago that Jack Nicklaus won his final major title in arguably the greatest Masters ever. (Let's be real clear, BIspy will not listen to anyone who says otherwise. In fact, it's best just to step away slowly. Move along, nothing to see here.)

It was 50 years ago in 1961 that Gary Player became the first foreign Masters champ. Player got up and down from a greenside bunker to finish at 8 under — one shot clear of Arnold Parlmer, who made double-bogey on the 72nd hole, and amateur Charles Coe. (Player won $20,000 for winning that year, and some chubby-faced amateur named Nicklaus tied for seventh.)

It was 75 years ago in 1936 that Horton Smith became the first two-time winner. Smith, who won the first Masters two years before, finished the tournament at 3 under and pocketed $1,500.

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    Tiger Woods hits from the sand at the practice range as he prepares for the Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., on Sunday, April 3, 2011. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)

Masters Week, Day II (part two)

Three quick predictions for this week:

— Eldrick Woods will have a big-time run Saturday or Sunday to get into the top 10. He will advance to the weekend, make a huge push with a big third round or a super strong/meaningless final-round 66. The golfer formerly known as Tiger will make a charge that gets a lot of attention and allows him talk about how close he is in the comeback process.

— Defending champion Phil Mickelson is going to test his game, our imagination, the limits of the "No, no, no, no.... great shot," and the patience of the Augusta National Golf Club gods. It will also more than likely cost him a chance to repeat. We're thinking water on No. 15, maybe. Or even an overly agressive play from the pinestraw, perhaps. Quid pro quo, Dill, quid pro quo.

— Someone will win their first major championship on Sunday. Names like Justin Rose or Lee Westwood or Bubba Watson or even Nick Watney are being bounced around as possible "safe" upset picks (face it, if you're not picking Dill Pickelson or Eldrick Woods, you're kind of picking an upset, right?). We said two weeks ago on SportTalk and again last week on "The Show" with Chris Goforth that we like Matt Kuchar. Nothing has happened since to change that our mind, either.

Here's the 5-at-10 game for everyone: Submit your top five players (order is not important; points will be awarded as 5 for first, 4 for second, 3 for third, 2 for fourth and 1 for fifth; perfect score is 15) and the most points will get you a Masters trinket or something (we won't bring you back a pimento cheese sandwich, but don't expect the moon either — the 5-at-10's on a tight budget). Picks are due by Wednesday night, and the results are after Sunday's final round (thanks Oso). As always, everyone's welcome to play, no purchase necessary.

BIspy4 — Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson, Martin Kaymer, Graeme McDowell, Lee Westwood

Mcpell — Mickelson, Kaymer, Westwood, Matt Kuchar, Eldrick "Tiger" Woods

CelticVol — Mickelson, B. Watson, Justin Rose, Westwood, Woods

EC — Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler, B. Watson, Kaymer, Mickelson

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Mrs. 5-at-10 — Kuchar, Westwood, B. Watson, McIlroy, Mickelson

5-at-10 — Kuchar, Watney, Rose, Mickelson, Westwood

(Please note, the 5-at-10 reserves the right to change his pick; after all, no matter how strongly we believe Eldrick is going show, if Tiger shows up all bets are off. What if he came out, emerging from the clubhouse as the dry ice machines started blowing and GnR's "Welcome to the Jungle" blaring over the speakers, spot lights swirling, Nantz going nuts, like old-school Gordon Solie crazy? Some where Jack Nicklaus just spit up in his mouth and he doesn't know why. Sorry Mr. Golden Bear, let's just move along.)

Uch — Mickelson, B. Watson, Westwood, D. Johnson, Anthony Kim

Pretend Al Davis ("I'm coming for you EC.") — Ditka (What do you mean he's not in it? He's Ditka for the Love of Gene Sarazen's Sand Iron.) OK, Tiger ("Duh."), Jason Bohn ("He went to Alabama like Stabler and Namath."), Charley Hoffman ("If there was ever a golfer that looked like a "Raider Golfer," it's this guy."), Bo Van Pelt ("Giants used to have a stud linebacker named Brad Van Pelt, maybe they're related."), Mark Wilson ("Former BYU QB right? Throws a good deep ball right? He was pretty good with us the first time in the 80s. No. That was Marc with a "C" you say? Take him anyway.)

Charlie Sheen — Tiger Woods, Davis Love III, Jhonny Vegas, Ryan Moore (winning), Fred Couples

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    Atlanta Braves Jason Heyward, right, gets congrats from catcher Brian McCann after his solo home run in the second inning of their opening day baseball game with the Washington Nationals on Thursday, March 31, 2011 in Washington.(AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Braves continue fast start

The 5-at-10 is fully prepared for a possible backlash come August if the Atlanta Braves are 12 games out of the wildcard race, but color us impressed.

With each passing game, this Braves team looks more and more like a contender. Good teams play a lot of one-run games; championship-type teams win a lot of one-run games.

As friend of the show Quake said on SportTalk last night, games such as Monday's are a measuring stick for quality clubs, and quality clubs win games 2-1 by rallying for a couple runs in the eighth inning like the Braves did against Milwaukee on Monday afternoon.

This morning that one-run win means little more than a 3-1 mark less than a week into the season. But come August and into the "er" months (September and October) when baseball gets pressure-filled and every win becomes valuable, those one-run wins in April can be worth Brooks Conrad's weight in gold.

Side note: From the wizards at Elias Sports, Dan Uggla's eighth-inning home run broke a 1-1 tie in Monday's win. This is Uggla's first year in Atlanta and his first late-game homer heroics for the Braves, but get used to it Johnny Braves Fan. Uggla has 49 homers in the seventh inning or later since arriving in the big leagues in 2006. His total ranks eighth in the baseball in that span.

Side note, No. 2: Brandon Beachy was peachy, going six strong innings and allowing four hits, a walk and an earned run and striking out seven. That's the Braves' No. 5 starter by the way.

This and that

— Shaka Smart got an eight-year extension from VCU. His annual salary went from $325K to $1.2 million. Let's just assume there were some Smart folks cutting loose last night.

— Word is leaking that the new Ole Miss mascot — that wily Rebel Black Bear — is slated to make some public appearances this week. No word on whether replaced Ole Miss mascot Colonel Reb will show up, but hopefully authorities are on alert and we can avoid any violence.

— Chiefs Mike Vrabel was picked up on theft charges after a misunderstanding at a casino. Vrabel, a former Patriots star, first said it was not big deal, even saying that in Bill Belichik's world and New England practice, stealing was generally called "watching film" or "scouting."

— Yahoo Sports had the results from an interesting SI poll with NBA players naming Anderson Varejao as the game's top flopper. Somewhere Vlade Divac just smiled and said, "Not even close, pal."

Until tomorrow, and remember to send in your Masters picks.

about Jay Greeson...

Jay was named the Sports Editor of the Times Free Press in 2003 and started with the newspaper in May 2002 as the Deputy Sports Editor. He was born and raised in Smyrna, Ga., and graduated from Auburn University before starting his newspaper career in 1997 with the Newnan (Ga.) Times Herald. Stops in Clayton and Henry counties in Georgia and two years as the Sports Editor of the Marietta (Ga.) Daily Journal preceded Jay’s ...

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bigbearzzz said...

Ok, ok, ok, now that basketball is FINALLY over i can put to bed all animosity, bitterness, hurtfullness, etc, etc. I watched the first house of the game then realized that watching The Notebook was more entertaining and enjoyable. My picks are as follows: Woods, Rose, Kuchar, Watson, and John Daley. What? im rootin for the underdog here! Have we already done a "Movie Character Golf Dream Team"? If not, we need to put that one together too. FYI: In reference to the pic in the article.....poor, poor, poor Andrew Smith...

April 5, 2011 at 10:15 a.m.
Eustice_Chase said...

As far as the National title game...I was having a hard time on deciding what to watch...UCONN VS Butler or Bethanny Getting Married... you know its a bad day when that happens....and as for my weekend pick up games......we go hard in the paint and in bound balls off faces...and I have to say that the picture above of Oriahki Tea-Bagging Andrew Smith is worth framing and hanging next to my Luc Longley Autograph

nice stat on Uggla...at this pace he will hit something like 81 HRs...all coming in the 7th inning or later...Dan Uggla fills out his Jersey sleeves almost Like Ronnie Gant used to back in the day..who came up as 2nd Baseman..but was moved to Left because of a stud named Mark Lemke....

April 5, 2011 at 10:22 a.m.
Eustice_Chase said...

I am thinking that the Ole Miss Rebels need to have a Charity/ Fund Raising / Pay for Play ( all proceeds go to the next big QB in hopes of Winning a National Title) Wrestling Match between The Colonel Rebel and The Black Bear...it could be a lumberjack match with a Special Guest Referree Sandra Bullock w/ Tony Schiavonne and that Little Kid that Played Michael Orr's Brother..doing the Play by Play

April 5, 2011 at 11:26 a.m.
wcole777 said...

As convincing as Dill Pickelson was last Sunday (no poo on the trousers when it normally shows up), I don't see him repeating this weekend but a top 10 is likely. Bubba Watson looks great and The Tiger seems to muster something special almost every time it looks like he's about to fade out of golf's crosshairs for awhile. I agree that if he's out of the gate looking strong it's going to be tough to bet against the man. After all, he's not that far away from putting it back together though it's hard to dismiss a 122 yard drive from a short time ago no matter how good it makes me feel about my game. And I must admit that with a name like "Jonny" Vegas it's hard to make a bet without feeling a bit lucky.

My picks:

  1. Tiger Woods (T-Dub)
  2. Jonny Vegas (Too early for nickname)
  3. Anthony Kim (The Short One)
  4. Bubba Watson (The South's Finest Driver)
  5. Phil Mickelson (Dill Pickelson)

Looking forward to a week of MASTERS COVERAGE! Amen. Literally. Amen.

April 5, 2011 at 12:34 p.m.
Livn4life said...

UCONN wins and it proves you can cheat and still win the big one. While other cheaters are berated, punished or fired, some can go right on with life and a delayed punishment. What if the man retires? Will there be any punishment at all? Still, congrats to UCONN and Butler for their run. Was painful to see such a meltdown by Butler and poor National Championship basketball game. I know, I know it was fabulous for UCONN-ers.

April 5, 2011 at 12:57 p.m.
jgreeson said...

We are all in agreement that the above photo will not be clipped and framed in the Andrew Smith household. Can you imagine the exchange: Little Smith: "Hey, daddy, is that you?" Andrew Smith: "Yep. That was in the NCAA title game back in '11." Little Smith: "Who's that guy resting on your head?" Andrew Smith: "Go wash the dishes."

What a gross, Gross, GROSS game.

L4L — Spot on about UConn. It will be really interesting to see if Calhoun decides to retire what (if anything) happens to the Huskies. Who knows, maybe he made a pinkie swear with the NCAA like Pryor and Co. made at Ohio State?

Oso — We'll work on the movie golf dream team when we get back from Augusta. Be thinking of possibilities.

EC — Ole Miss is still in the SEC, they're not hurting for funds. So if they need to go purchase a quarterback, caveat emptor. Although, we'd love to see Colonel Reb open up a can on the Black Bear. As for the second baseman Gun Club, don't short change Bret Boone. Sweet love of Lance Armstrong, dude was cut up iwhen he was the Braves. Big time.

WC — Nice list. Should be a great week, and the 5-at-10 is thinking of updating from Augusta throughout the weekend. We may even have a special, never-before-seen, weekend mini-5-at-10 on Saturday and Sunday if you guys are interested. We'll see.

GAME UPDATE (Still looking for a name, by the way)

Here's the entries so far:

BIspy4 — Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson, Martin Kaymer, Graeme McDowell, Lee Westwood

Mcpell — Mickelson, Kaymer, Westwood, Matt Kuchar, Eldrick "Tiger" Woods

CelticVol — Mickelson, B. Watson, Justin Rose, Westwood, Woods

EC — Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler, B. Watson, Kaymer, Mickelson

Bigbearzzz — Woods, Rose, Kuchar, Watson, and John Daly (since he's not in the field, Oso can replace him up until Wednesday's deadline)

WC777 — Woods, Jonny Vegas, Anthony Kim, B. Watson, Mickelson (Pickelson)

ElJefe — B. Watson, Fred Couples, Mickelson, Goosen, Bo Van Pelt

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Mrs. 5-at-10 — Kuchar, Westwood, B. Watson, McIlroy, Mickelson

5-at-10 — Kuchar, Nick Watney, Rose, Mickelson, Westwood (Please note, the 5-at-10 reserves the right to change his pick — see above.)

Uch — Mickelson, B. Watson, Westwood, D. Johnson, Anthony Kim

Pretend Al Davis ("I'm coming for you EC.") — Ditka (What do you mean he's not in it? He's Ditka for the Love of Gene Sarazen's Sand Iron.) OK, Tiger ("Duh."), Jason Bohn ("He went to Alabama like Stabler and Namath."), Charley Hoffman ("If there was ever a golfer that looked like a "Raider Golfer," it's this guy."), Bo Van Pelt ("Giants used to have a stud linebacker named Brad Van Pelt, maybe they're related."), Mark Wilson ("Former BYU QB right? Throws a good deep ball right? He was pretty good with us the first time in the 80s. No. That was Marc with a "C" you say? Take him anyway.)

Charlie Sheen — Tiger Woods, Davis Love III, Jhonny Vegas, Ryan Moore (winning), Fred Couples

April 5, 2011 at 1:06 p.m.
bigbearzzz said...

All the good guys are never in it....sigh...find ....put me down for Mickelson....i guess....

April 5, 2011 at 1:17 p.m.
BIspy4 said...

And 5 at 10, you are right because I was there 25 years ago for the Friday and Saturday rounds. (By the way, my clergyman never fails to remind me, daily, that he made par on No. 12 and I haven't played that course, have I? No, but I didn't attempt to change my shoes in the parking lot, either.) In another of those it's-just-me scenarios, you know, I really, really don't care about "One Shining Moment." And after last night's missfest, it did seem out of place, no? Because that was certainly not a shining 40 minutes of basketball. I appreciate good defense and there was plenty of that. But man was there some just some plain bad shooting going on, too. And spare me from Gus Johnson calling the final, too. Nantz wears on me; GJ rubs on me like pavement. Do like what Clark Kellogg brings to the table, besides Frosted Flakes, and Steve Kerr, I thought, was good in his first Final Four at the mike. If Beachy and Minor can live up to the billing, with Tommy Hanson in place and Julio Teheran on the way ... yowza (to quote one A. Rose from the end of "Mr. Brownstone." "Night Train" was always my favorite on "Appetite" anyway).

April 5, 2011 at 1:27 p.m.
Eustice_Chase said...

Bret Boone was a bad A...too bad he was related to Aaron...I'm sure it will come out one day that Aaron Boone was adopted...he might as well be a Philly in my book... It would probably be safe to say that the above Picture will be sent to Gordon Hayword and he will laugh as posts it on his FaceBook Wall because Andrew Smith once called him Andre Kirilenko and inbounded a ball off his face ....WHAMMY

Color me interested at the idea of a Special Edition Weekend(mini) 5@10....

April 5, 2011 at 1:27 p.m.
wcole777 said...

All in for the weekend 5 at 10!

April 5, 2011 at 2 p.m.
jgreeson said...

BIspy4 — Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson, Martin Kaymer, Graeme McDowell, Lee Westwood

Mcpell — Mickelson, Kaymer, Westwood, Matt Kuchar, Eldrick "Tiger" Woods

CelticVol — Mickelson, B. Watson, Justin Rose, Westwood, Woods

EC — Dustin Johnson, Rickie Fowler, B. Watson, Kaymer, Mickelson

Bigbearzzz — Woods, Rose, Kuchar, Watson, Mickeslon

WC777 — Woods, Jonny Vegas, Anthony Kim, B. Watson, Mickelson (Pickelson)

ElJefe — B. Watson, Fred Couples, Mickelson, Goosen, Bo Van Pelt

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Mrs. 5-at-10 — Kuchar, Westwood, B. Watson, McIlroy, Mickelson

5-at-10 — Kuchar, Nick Watney, Rose, Mickelson, Westwood (Please note, the 5-at-10 reserves the right to change his pick — see above.)

Uch — Mickelson, B. Watson, Westwood, D. Johnson, Anthony Kim

Pretend Al Davis ("I'm coming for you EC.") — Ditka (What do you mean he's not in it? He's Ditka for the Love of Gene Sarazen's Sand Iron.) OK, Tiger ("Duh."), Jason Bohn ("He went to Alabama like Stabler and Namath."), Charley Hoffman ("If there was ever a golfer that looked like a "Raider Golfer," it's this guy."), Bo Van Pelt ("Giants used to have a stud linebacker named Brad Van Pelt, maybe they're related."), Mark Wilson ("Former BYU QB right? Throws a good deep ball right? He was pretty good with us the first time in the 80s. No. That was Marc with a "C" you say? Take him anyway.)

Charlie Sheen — Tiger Woods, Davis Love III, Jhonny Vegas, Ryan Moore (winning), Fred Couples

Nick Bonsanto from ESPN 105.1 — Phil Mickleson, Tiger Woods, Mike Weir, KJ Choi, Bubba Watson

We're still waiting from other celebs such as the SportTalk guys, Chris Goforth, a slew of the local TV guys, Ron Burgandy, Brick, Brian Fontana, Champ Kind. Whammy. (Is it us, or should we really be using "Whammy," way more than we currently do.

— 5-at-10

April 5, 2011 at 2:17 p.m.
Eustice_Chase said...

Whammy! Should be used as often as Winning! Lets just try to tone down the use of Trident during regular work hours

April 5, 2011 at 2:21 p.m.
bigbearzzz said...

im not sure about the whole Cinco a las diez being able to change his picks...I mean if we were all given the option to like change on Saturday like in straigh up poker...you know old school i want to get rid of these two so ill take two additional...jus a thought..of course it is your article, your rules, we are all just pawns in the great big 5@10 world. My rule of thumb for using a particular word or phrase is to ask myself "Would Stone Cold say that" and i cant see Stone Cold using the word "Whammy". Sorry EC.... Yeah I'm down with the weekend addition of the V@X. That would be neato. Finally, Appetite For Destruction reshaped and redefined Rock Music as we know it today..simply one of the best albums. Night Train ROCKS!

April 5, 2011 at 2:37 p.m.
Eustice_Chase said...

Oso Grande- I think you just changed my life...from this day forward I will model my key phrases after what Stunning Steve Austin Would say...but Im not gonna go as far to say that GnR Opend up a Can of Whoop Asphault on the music industry...it was good probably the best Debut Album of all times...and Austin 3:16 says Motley Crue could whoop GnR anyday...and thats the bottom line cuz Stone Cold Said So.....

April 5, 2011 at 2:52 p.m.
jgreeson said...

Oso — Must say, you make a super, Super, SUPER point about changing picks. The 5-at-10's picks are officially ruled final. What were we thinking? The "WWSCS" (what would Stone Cold say) rule is a good one, but not completely applicable. C'mon, Stone Cold's not saying "please" or "thank you" anytime soon — and good manners are never out of style.

Where were we. Plus, dude, "Whammy" covers both Anchorman and that awesome game show "Press Your Luck." Saw GnR open for Van Halen in the Omni as a 5-at-Teenager. Axl comes off stage and gets into a fight with some dude. It was boss.

EC — Any time we can use Trident (the weapon rather than the gum) the 5-at-10 fully supports it. Well played.

— 5-at-10

April 5, 2011 at 3:05 p.m.
BIspy4 said...

Ah ... the "er" months. I can hear the cigarette, Grand Marnier drenched voice now in my head.....

April 5, 2011 at 4:11 p.m.
kburgess1013 said...

Nice crotch to face shot up at the top!

I've determined handicapping golf is as easy and predictable as handicapping the Kentucky Derby, in other words there isn't necessarily any rhyme or reason for who wins and who does terribly for one weekend. I like Bubba Watson, but I admit I have no clue how anyone will be playing this weekend. So here are my predictions- the azaleas and greens will be gorgeous, one man will win himself a nice green jacket, and the closing footage of the Masters will show that man in tears hugging his wife and kids. The end.

By the way, I know horse racing is an afterthought for most sports sections, but I would love to see a 5 at 10 Kentucky Derby bit prior to the big race on May 7.

April 5, 2011 at 4:31 p.m.
jgreeson said...

BIspy — It's hard to think of the "er" months and not the groans and grumbles from Hargrove Road.

Kburg — There's no way to properly handicap these guys, if for no other reason than if Tiger shows up rather than Eldrick, all bets are off. You're down with Bubba (and you're spot on with the scenario being spot on), but we'll make you a deal, send in four more golfers to play the Masters 5-at-10 and we'll see what we can do about the Derby. Deal?

— 5-at-10

April 5, 2011 at 5:18 p.m.
kburgess1013 said...

Ok jgreeson its on! Add Anthony Kim, Aaron Baddeley, KJ Choi, and Rickie Bieber- I mean Fowler to my list. Please note, my picks are completely unsubstantiated and all names were randomly selected.

You would have to admit though that this year with the top three year old horses having names like Pants On Fire, Stay Thirsty, Uncle Mo, and The Factor (no relation to any cast member of The Jersey Shore), there is plenty of fodder to be posted for the Derby. One more side note, I sincerly hope that when Pants On Fire is bred the tradition of naming a foal with respect to the sire is continued, and that his first born is named Pants On The Floor.

April 5, 2011 at 7:15 p.m.
OTWatcher said...

OTWatcher - Mickelson, Kuchar, Rose, Couples, and Westwood. This is not my game, but based on my basketball skills, I cannot do any worse. Enjoy the conversation. Will Rogers would have got a kick. Good Luck to all

April 5, 2011 at 7:32 p.m.
bigbearzzz said...

What the heck is a Facelift bar?!?! IDK but i want one!!!

April 6, 2011 at 9:18 a.m.
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