Dottie Pepper learned the art of retirement at an early age.
Alarm bells went off when the best golfers no longer were Americans, whether the measure was a ranking or simply who kept winning the majors.
The line through the lobby of the Outrigger Reef resembled check-in time at a Las Vegas hotel. For almost 90 minutes, former No. 1 NBA pick and rookie of the year Larry Johnson signed anything and everything, ranging from a regulation basketball to the back of a shirt.
There's always a sense of sadness when the Pro Bowl leaves our town.
Rick Neuheisel has begun Year 4 at UCLA. His program is still looking to take its first big step, but now is seemingly mired in its own mess.
Matt Kuchar opened one of the pouches to his golf bag and discovered quite a mess waiting for him. Last year's top money winner had just put the finishing touches to his scorecard, discussed a few things with his caddie and then bent down to do a little spring cleaning with his bag.
Not having Tadd Fujikawa in this year's Sony Open in Hawaii left the opening two rounds of this PGA Tour event as flat as a Waialae fairway. To say things have been quiet around here is like pointing out it rained on Wednesday.
The face of USA Rugby put in more than just a guest appearance at Game Plan Academy's youth clinic earlier this month at Brigham Young-Hawaii.
A friend of mine reached across time Monday afternoon and brought me back to the 1970s with a simple e-mail that read, "Coach Emory Bellard has been diagnosed with ALS."