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Column: Be wary of spies at the Ryder Cup
Question of the Day
_Will the U.S. have another equipment malfunction? It rained at the Ryder Cup in Wales two years ago on the opening day, and U.S. players were soaked in their leaky rain gear. They never seemed to recover, and Europe ended up regaining the cup.
_Will Jordan as an assistant coach advise the U.S. to play zone or man-to-man against the Euros? More importantly, will he step up to take out McIlroy with a well-placed screen if needed?
_Does Love understand the concept of dollar beer day? Imagine the possibilities on Sunday with tens of thousands of well lubricated fans cheering the home team on.
The team that makes the most putts will win.
Tim Dahlberg is a national sports columnist for The Associated Press. Write to him at tdahlberg(at)ap.org or http://twitter.com/timdahlberg
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