FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP)—The Atlanta Falcons didn’t have much to be proud of Monday.
Even defensive end Kroy Biermann(notes), who scored Atlanta’s only touchdown in a 30-12 season-opening loss at Chicago, was in a somber mood.
“We’ve got some stuff to work on,” Biermann said. “They got some runs on us and obviously some screens. There
Rory McIlroy has set up the possibility of a special Sunday for himself and girlfriend Caroline Wozniacki.
The 22-year-old Northern Irishman fired a second-round 65 to move into contention at the KLM Open in the Netherlands on five under par at halfway.
Tennis world number one Wozniacki, meanwhile, is two wins away
Irishman in joint fourth place after six-under round in Holland.
Paul McGinley fired a six-under-par 64 on Saturday to put himself in contention for what would be a first win in nearly six years at the KLM Dutch Open in Hilversum.
The Irishman, who next week will serve again as non-playing captain
They're the talk of golf but should belly and broomstick putters now be banned? Dave Tindall investigates:
There is no objection to long putters per se. After all, Angel Cabrera won the 2009 Masters with a putter longer than standard. The problem is when these long putters are anchored against the golfer's
England's Simon Dyson shot a final round of 66 to win the KLM Open for the third time in six years at Hilversum on Sunday.
The Yorkshireman finished one stroke clear of compatriot David Lynn and two clear of US Open champion Rory McIlroy to join the likes of Severiano Ballesteros
Half-centuries from Kumar Sangakkara and Tharanga Paranavitana took Sri Lanka to the brink of a second-innings lead against Australia as they closed day four of the second Test on 223 for two.
Sangakkara (69 not out) and Mahela Jayawardene (38no) added 95 for the third wicket by the time bad light
Rain came between India and win as England were left with 11 runs to win with effectively just one more wicket in hand in the dying stages at Lord's.
England recorded their second tie in the space of six months against India but nonetheless clinched the NatWest Series - thanks to
Craig Kieswetter knows he is bound to be a 'hit-and-miss' weapon for England at the top of the order.
The nature of Kieswetter's aggressive limited-overs brief means that, more than most, he has signed up to an agreement that he will often have to play fast and loose with his wicket.
An unbeaten century from Mohammad Hafeez powered Pakistan to a 10-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the second one-day international in Harare.
Hafeez hit 139 not out off 147 balls, his best in ODIs, combining with Imran Farhat (75no) to amass the highest opening stand at Harare Sports Club as the tourists
Former England allrounder and county veteran Dominic Cork will leave Hampshire at the end of the 2011 season. While it would be premature to suggest that his departure will bring an end to a 21-year county career - there has been talk that another second division county may be interested in signing