The PGA Tour and the European Tour need to do more to create a climate that doesn't tolerate racially insensitive comments. Suspending Sergio Garcia would be a start.
We always want The Next Big Thing, an athlete who can dominate over years, not just a weekend or a stretch of midseason games. Is it Bubba Watson? Jeremy Lin? Does it matter?
Jemele Hill wrote that Penn State was right to fire Joe Paterno over his response to the sexual abuse allegations of an assistant coach. Her readers disagree. Strongly. In overwhelming numbers.
It looks racist and it sounds racist. So even if Tiger Woods won't say it, our writer will: That remark by Steve Williams over the weekend smacks of racism.
Our columnist's inbox is full of responses about David Tyree.
Yes, Jay Cutler was criticized by other players on Twitter, but tweets from athletes also give us glimpses into their personalities we don't get elsewhere.
Newcomer Joseph Bramlett has much in common with his more accomplished idol on the PGA Tour. But he is separating himself from Tiger Woods in one very significant way, too.
Is there a lesson for Brett Favre in the Tiger Woods story? Tiger's transgressions were tawdry; Brett's behavior might be worse than that if the NFL finds the allegations to be true.
After seeing at Firestone what a beaten man looks like, it's time Tiger Woods hangs it up for the year and starts fresh in 2011, writes Jemele Hill.
Tiger looks trapped on the golf course, as if he's a prisoner of his new life. Here's a solution: Let him go out and "play" like he used to. (Within reason, of course.)
He's mastered the sinister look already, so why not put Tiger in a black hat and let him play the villain for the rest of his career? It's a win-win, for Tiger and the PGA Tour. (Hey, it works for the WWE!)
We met the new Tiger on Monday at Augusta. And by the end of that unsatisfactory news conference, here's what we learned: He's the same as the old Tiger.
The UConn Huskies are giving us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to witness sports history. Here's one writer's wish for the winning streak to last long enough for five more generations to see.
Tiger Woods has spoken, but Elin wasn't there to hear it. And that might have been the most authentic element in Friday's public apology.
Here's what to expect from Tiger Woods on Friday: Games, a public service announcement and a colossal waste of our time. Shall we play along?
Chris Henry's death last week teaches a tragic lesson that pro athletes already should have learned from Tiger Woods, Michael Phelps and others.