The Masters gets Kansas, Memphis and Ochoa to set its table
Kansas needed to pull a miracle or two but did enough to top Memphis in the NCAA Basketball Championship final. Mario Chalmers calmly drained an off-balance three-pointer to lead a desperate Kansas comeback, as the Jayhawks notched their third NCAA championship title.
The game was fantastic. I know that because the announcer wouldn’t stop saying so. But it was a heck of a game, and a shame to see Memphis lose its historic season due to missed free throws.
With the week starting with Lorena Ochoa’s stellar win at the LPGA Kraft Nabisco Championship, Kansas followed suit with its own stellar victory, setting the stage for the Masters, starting Thursday. One of golf’s biggest shows is set to tee off, with its place well set.
Expect to see a lot of Masters coverage here at Worldgolf.com, as our talented team of bloggers will dazzle you with their analyzing acumen. Their tickle you with their tawdry tales; They’ll immolate you with their … well, you can see where I’m going with this.
Mainly, I’m just saying that we’re as excited as you for the 2008 Masters. Now we can see if it will be as exciting and down-to-the wire as Kansas and Memphis, or if it will be a Tiger Woods blowout, or any of many other possibilities. It should be a great weekend.
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