A multitude of things needed to fall perfectly into place for Europe to match the greatest Ryder Cup comeback in history Sunday. With a little American help, that's exactly what transpired, writes ESPN.com's Gene Wojciechowski.
How over is this Ryder Cup? Enough so that U.S. captain Davis Love III should dust off a spot on his mantel that'll fit the trophy, writes ESPN.com's Gene Wojciechowski.
The Europeans and Americans took very different tacks this week at Celtic Manor. That's why Colin Montgomerie's team raised the Ryder Cup in victory Monday, ESPN.com's Gene Wojciechowski writes.
If ever there was a time Team USA needed you to step it up Tiger, it would be in Monday's match, writes ESPN.com's Gene Wojciechowski.
In an effort to unravel some mysteries surrounding the Ryder Cup, Gene Wojciechowski answers the pressing -- and not-so-pressing -- questions ahead of Friday's matches.
Tiger Woods and the Ryder Cup have never been BFFs. He likes it, but he doesn't live for it. He proudly wears the colors, but Tiger has always preferred playing for Team Tiger rather than Team USA
The Ryder Cup is set up perfectly for a tour de force Tiger comeback: an international stage on which he can flaunt his red, white and blue blood. Just one thing. He needs to win.
As Team USA begins play in the FIBA Americas Championship, Mike Krzyzewski is aiming for the high point of his illustrious career, writes Gene Wojciechowski.
Team building isn't what comes naturally to golfers. But at this year's Ryder Cup, the Americans seem to be getting with the program.
Mike Krzyzewski can't stop beaming in Vegas. That's because he's got two pocket aces in Dwyane Wade and LeBron James, writes Gene Wojciechowski.
Who is Mike Bantom? If Team USA wants gold, it would be wise to listen to a member of the '72 team that had it taken away, writes Gene Wojciechowski.
The World Baseball Classic is Bud Selig's baby and the bane of George Steinbrenner's existence. So it has that going for it.