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Tim Dahlberg: Even 7 shots back, Brooks Koepka is lurking at Open

Brooks Koepka doesn’t need to reach too far back in the memory bank to know how precarious a big lead can be. He nearly gave away his last major just …


Tim Dahlberg: Another missed cut for Tiger Woods, who’s not 23 anymore

So now we know. Tiger Woods isn’t done, no matter what it looked like on his slog through the only two rounds he’ll play in this British Open. He’s also …


Tim Dahlberg: Rory McIlroy fizzles in home Open debut

A day Rory McIlroy had been anticipating for so long came apart almost before it began. A dreaded snowman on the first hole, a triple on the last and McIlroy …


Tim Dahlberg: Baseball has issues beyond a juiced ball

First the players, now the ball. Home runs are skyrocketing, and once again Major League Baseball officials claim they don’t know the reason why. Then again, it might be that …


Tim Dahlberg: Time to appreciate Brooks Koepka as he chases Open history

Brooks Koepka is chasing history, and no one seems to care. Three U.S. Opens in a row. Five wins in the last nine majors. What time does Tiger Woods tee …


Tim Dahlberg: Tiger Woods struggles to recapture magic at Pebble Beach

There wasn’t much memorable about a second round Friday in the U.S. Open that left Tiger Woods fuming about missed opportunities.


Tim Dahlberg: Rickie Fowler brings game along with mullet to U.S. Open

Someone wanted to know about Rickie Fowler’s haircut, not the kind of question you usually get after taking a share of the lead in the U.S. Open. The mullet was …


Tim Dahlberg: A lot to smile about as Tiger Woods returns to Pebble

Tiger Woods is 44 now, balding and with the usual aches and pains that go along with age and the wear and tear of swinging a golf club. That he’s …


Tim Dahlberg: Heavyweights are suddenly fun once again

Just when things were starting to make sense in boxing and the heavyweight division was shaping up nicely, a fat guy with blazingly quick hands wiped away most of the …


Tim Dahlberg: Baseball finds itself with a real numbers problem

The official culprit last season was the weather, which Major League Baseball cited as a big reason for a 4 percent slide in attendance over the previous year. This season? …


Tim Dahlberg: Metta World Peace finally finds his peace

Metta World Peace needed to win a championship ring so his career wasn’t defined only by one angry moment in Detroit. Before he could get it with the Los Angeles …


Tim Dahlberg: Heavyweights step up, just not against each other

Tyson Fury, the big British heavyweight who breaks into song at the most unexpected moments and would be fun to meet for a beer, will be fighting next month. So …


Tim Dahlberg: After beating cancer, fight isn’t too big for Daniel Jacobs

Cancer survivor and world champion, Daniel Jacobs gets big prize in Canelo Alvarez.


Tim Dahlberg: Tiger in the mix for breakfast at the Masters

Breakfast at the Masters can’t come soon enough. So get the pimento cheese sandwiches and coffee ready. Don’t forget something for all the heartburn – and all the heartache.


Tim Dahlberg: Briefly, Tiger Woods was back atop the Masters leaderboard

The name on top of the leaderboard on a steamy Thursday afternoon was as familiar as the shouts of encouragement that followed Tiger Woods everywhere he went in the opening …


Tim Dahlberg: Hall of Fame is becoming a crowded place

Edgar Martinez got in just as his chances were running out, meaning baseball’s Hall of Fame will have yet another designated hitter. Three pitchers are in the newly elected class, …


Tim Dahlberg: Breakfast with Manny Pacquiao on a rainy day in L.A.

Breakfast at Manny Pacquiao’s house began with a silent prayer, followed by more silence around the big dining room table as his massive entourage waited for the fighter to take …


Tim Dahlberg: For Urban Meyer, a good time to say goodbye

As Urban Meyer walks away from coaching – perhaps for good – the final report card on that is mixed, at best.


Tim Dahlberg: Viva Las Vegas! Knights a win from Stanley Cup Final

Marc-Andre Fleury sat shirtless in front of his locker, staring blankly, his exhausted gaze fixed nowhere. Pads still strapped to his legs after another spectacular night’s work, the Vegas Golden …


Tim Dahlberg: Rickie Fowler tries to stay in the moment at the Masters

He’s been trying his best to stay in the moment, something that hasn’t always come easy for Rickie Fowler. His friends have won major championships, and he’s celebrated with them, …


UPDATED: Thu., April 5, 2018, 10:31 p.m.

Tim Dahlberg: A 13 on 15? Just another day at Masters for Sergio Garcia

AUGUSTA, Ga. – This time, Sergio Garcia offered no excuses. Blame this one on the golf gods?


Commentary: Hottest World Series game draws some cool customers

The hottest World Series game on record drew some pretty cool customers to Dodger Stadium.


Tim Dahlberg: Freak show over, the real fight is finally here

The freak show of a fight is over, and for that everyone in boxing should be glad. That Conor McGregor managed to make it into the 10th round against a …


Tim Dahlberg: Wladimir Klitschko was dominant but never really got his due

Wladimir Klitschko was as dominant as he was boring, holding pieces of the heavyweight title for the better part of a decade in a reign not seen since the days …


Tim Dahlberg: NFL still doesn’t get Las Vegas, even with Raiders

Sometimes the bumbling bozos in charge of the NFL just can’t help themselves.


UPDATED: Mon., March 20, 2017, 8:53 p.m.

Dwight Clark, Gale Sayers show NFL players continue to pay high price

The news seemed unimaginable, much as it might have 78 years ago when Yankees fans learned Lou Gehrig was diagnosed with the disease that would later bear his name.


Dahlberg: Kaepernick and the end of anthem protests

Colin Kaepernick is looking for work, after a season more memorable for what he did before the games than anything he did while in them.


Tim Dahlberg: A magical night for Brady and the Patriots

The fans who made it seem like a home game for the New England Patriots never lost hope, roaring at the smallest piece of good fortune even when all really …


Column: A preview of things to expect during Super Bowl week

There have been 50 of these already, making this Super Bowl LI in the roman numerals the NFL uses to make sure no one forgets just how important the game …


Dahlberg: No more Lady Gaga, and that might not be a bad thing

I’ll make this clear before anyone begins to get too upset: Bullying and hazing have no place in organized sports, or in civil society for that matter.