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The only ingredient missing from Cuonzo Martin's stunning move from Tennessee to California on Tuesday was a soundtrack. Something along the lines of Johnny Paycheck's classic, "Take This Job and Shove It!"

Gang, remember the mailbag.

CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Recognizing his center's somewhat superior intellectual skills in that long-ago summer of 1968, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Sam Wyche often leaned on University of Tennessee great Bob Johnson for help when calling audibles for the expansion franchise.

JAY: Barry, just back from the land of green jackets and pimento cheese sandwiches. Watching the best in golf play at the best course in golf is amazing.

Bubba Watson is one of 17 golfers to land multiple Masters title. He has won two of the last three, including Sunday's march to par snooze-fest that was more Memorial than Masters. Watson has delivered twice on golf's grandest stage and likely punched his Hall of Fame ticket. Read that again.

AUGUSTA, Ga. — When we started Sunday at Augusta National, we knew the afternoon would be filled with fireworks for fans and firing squads for the frontrunners.

KNOXVILLE — Josh Dobbs for the Heisman.

AUGUSTA, Ga. — World, meet Jordan. Jordan, the world.

AUGUSTA, Ga. — Harris English walked from the 18th green, after yet another birdie putt painstakingly burned another edge of another hole, and made his way through the patrons of Augusta National.

Jay, do you see hypocrisy with the Paul Finebaums the Dick Viatles and the Jay Bilas of the world who continue to preach that the NCAA and colleges are taking advantage of athletes by not giving athletes money and yet these kind of guys wouldnt be making the millions they make if not for college athletics, Would a Jay Bilas be willing to share in his personal revenue with college athletes, not they he should, but he should quit pointing fingers and throwing stones while living in an expensive glass house. Your thoughts?

AUGUSTA, Ga. — The Masters is about so many things.

Gang, hit us with your questions for the mailbag. Giddy-up. We will be doing more Twitter (@jgreesontfp) than normal the next few days.

AUGUSTA, Ga. — Last time we were here, we celebrated Adam Scott ending the Aussie curse with an elongated putter in a spring Georgia rain that washed away a career of frustrating shortcomings for the man and a lifetime of agony for his country.

The basketball programs at UConn are the men's and women's champions. That's pretty impressive.

ARLINGTON, Texas — In another time, in a different sport, what Connecticut used Monday night to defeat Kentucky in NCAA basketball championship game inside the AT&T Stadium the Dallas Cowboys also call home was known as "Doomsday Defense."

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