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A capsule look at the 12 singles matches Sunday in the Ryder Cup:
Jose Maria Olazabal squeezed his eyes shut as they filled with tears, overwhelmed and overjoyed that the Ryder Cup still belongs to Europe.
A capsule look at the matches Saturday in the Ryder Cup at Medinah Country Club:
The Americans wrote the book on the biggest comeback in Ryder Cup history. Even so, European captain Jose Maria Olazabal won't have to consult it. He was there.
The magenta shirt suited Ian Poulter well, even if it wasn't quite his taste.
Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley helped stake the Americans to their biggest lead in the Ryder Cup in more than 30 years. Ian Poulter, eyes bulging and fists shaking with every clutch putt, at least gave Europe some big momentum over the final frantic hour Saturday at Medinah.
Capsules from Friday's matches in the Ryder Cup:
The crowd roared as Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker tried to claw their way back into the match. Then Ian Poulter made a clutch putt, and gave a roar of his own.
Keegan Bradley went from a rookie to a rock star in the Ryder Cup, and Phil Mickelson saw it coming.