Tiger Woods commits to playing in Farmers Open at Torrey Pines – Union Tribune
As he used to do with foes on the PGA Tour, Tiger Woods toyed a little bit with his fans on when he’d make his first start of the 2019 PGA Tour season. Ultimately, there was never much of a doubt. Casting aside any concerns about how his rusty game might fare in the formidable, majors-like setup on the Torrey Pines golf courses, Woods kept his link with the Farmers Insurance Open alive when he committed on Wednesday to play in next week’s tournament.
Bob Nightengale joined Ben & Woods: On Machado/Harper Landing Spots And If The “Cold Stove” Is Hurting MLB
MLB insider Bob Nightengale gives an offseason report on the “cold stove” in Major League Baseball. Could Manny Machado and Bryce Harper both end up in Philadelphia?
White Sox make $175 million pitch to Manny Machado – ESPN
Manny Machado remains unsigned, but the Chicago White Sox have made at least one pitch to the superstar shortstop. Sources told ESPN’s Buster Olney on Wednesday that the White Sox have a seven-year, $175 million offer on the table for Machado.
Spring Training at Peoria Sports Complex
Baseball fans, plan your spring break this year with a fun and relaxing getaway with your San Diego Padres. The Peoria Sports Complex in sunny Arizona is the place to be this spring as the Padres gear up for their two thousand nineteen campaign. Come enjoy the great weather, delicious food and cold craft beers from local Southern California breweries in San Diego’s Home away from Home. Make your plans to join the Padres at the Peoria Sports Complex.
Michael Lombardi joined Darren Smith: On Challenges Pats Face In KC & Why NFL Draft Lottery Could Be Ahead
NFL Insider Michael Lombardi on the challenges facing the Patriots in Kansas City, why it’s “lazy” for teams to just look for the next Sean McVay, why a lottery could be coming to the NFL draft & if teams will shy away from Antonio Brown.
Bernie Miklasz joined Ben & Woods: “There’s A Lot Of Rams Hate-Watching Here (In St. Louis)”
The voice of St. Louis sports, Bernie Miklasz, talks about how fans in STL are feeling 3 years later with the Rams having so much success in Los Angeles.
Alabama QB Jalen Hurts will transfer to Oklahoma for senior season – ESPN
Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts has committed to play his senior season at Oklahoma, announcing his decision Wednesday via a story on The Players’ Tribune. “I’ve decided to take my talents to the University of Oklahoma, where I will continue my development as both a quarterback and as a student,” Hurts wrote.
Steelers’ Antonio Brown hits back on Bruce Arians, Emmanuel Sanders for criticisms – USA Today
On Wednesday, Brown fired back at two of his critics: Denver Broncos receiver and ex-teammate Emmanuel Sanders as well as Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach and former Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, who said in an ESPN podcast that Brown had “too much diva” in his personality.
Gulls down Stars 2-1, win sixth straight at home – Gulls
Kevin Boyle made 27 saves as the Gulls secured their sixth consecutive home win and extended their point streak to 15 games (12-0-1-2) in a 2-1 victory over the Texas Stars at Penchanga Arena San Diego.
Hank Bauer joined Scott Kaplan: “I Ran In From Warm Ups With Four Layers On And Told The Guys Take It Off It’s Not Going To Help”
Hank Bauer joined Scott to talk about the 1982 Freezer Bowl vs that the Chargers and Bengals played and how the weather will affect the Chiefs Patriots this Sunday.
Bob Costas and NBC are quietly and officially broken up – New York Post
Bob Costas’ legendary career at NBC is now officially over. “It’s all settled quietly and happily for all concerned,” Costas told The Post. Costas, 66, will continue on the MLB Network, where he is set to be a big part of the Baseball Hall of Fame inductee announcement in the next week. He also will call about 20 games on play-by-play for MLBN. Plus, he is exploring doing a sports/news interview-style show.
Michigan State Finally Does the Right Thing by Forcing Out Interim President John Engler – Sports Illustrated
John Engler has reportedly resigned by request as Michigan State’s interim president, a move that was sorely needed by the university after his behavior in the fallout of the Larry Nassar scandal.