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Maybe it felt like tedium at times Saturday for the Virginia lacrosse team. If so, it was understandable.
A look at 20 players who could contend at the 76th Masters, to be played April 5-8 at Augusta National (listed in predicted order of finish):
Facts and figures for the Masters:
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A look at some of the anniversaries this year at the 76th Masters, to be played April 5-8 at Augusta National Golf Club:
What looked like a tributary of the nearby Mississippi River snaked its way down the front of John Calipari's shirt.
Lehigh gave up an extra-man goal and another off a faceoff. It appeared to overplay Navy at times early Friday evening, creating space for the Midshipmen to zip in close shots and miss a few more.
Here's the thing about March Madness, and by extension big-time college sports: If you're a true, markets-know-best believer in the prosperity-creating, All-American double helix of economic opportunity and liberty, you ought to find the whole extravaganza infuriating. Not the dribbling and dunking. The system.
Gary Player's upcoming ceremonial drive is the latest Masters' honor in a career filled with them.