This weekend had it all - a few college basketball games including some big rivalry or something, a young guy notching his second PGA Tour victory and Shaq doing his own Superman impression.
With the UNC-Duke game, it is clear that the Blue Devils, like everyone already knows, wins when they make it from outside and lose when they're cold. Even as much as I root against Duke in general, it is impressive how Greg Paulus has reversed the general publics opinion of him. He went from that guy that picked basketball over football to a point guard that really struggled to lead his team to a player that takes over games, especially with his range and ability to hit jumpers off the screen. I'd take Paulus first if he was at 24-Hour Fitness this afternoon, no doubt about it.
Sean O'Hair won the PODS Championship yesterday, needing a little help from Stewart Cink and his newfound ability to get crushed on Sundays. Cink shot a three-over 74 after making birdies on his first two holes Sunday, a collapse that included a double-bogey on the hardest hole of the week at Innsbrook, the par-4 16th.
The Suns beat the Spurs, which was most important to the public in reminding them that Phoenix still had a basketball team. Shaq and Steve Nash both had double-doubles, Shaq with points and assists as Nash did it with rebounds and blocks. Impressive group effort.
Also, I attended my first