Graeme McDowell’s Monday Notes

Graeme McDowell won the U.S. Open yesterday by one shot over Gregory Havret.  I had never heard of Havret until Saturday, so I kinda wanted him to win. He finished +1 with McDowell at even.  Tiger dropped off a lot on the final day shooting a 75. He finished in a tie for 4th place at +3 for the tournament.

– Roger Federer was taken into 5 sets today by Alejandro Falla but finally won in the first round of Wimbledon today.  Who got up at 6 o’clock to see it this morning?

– The North Koreans got flat out destroyed today in the World Cup 7-0 by Portugal.  Scoring 7 goals in soccer is like scoring 150 points in basketball, and to win by 7 in soccer would be like winning by 70 in basketball.  The North Koreans just flat out used their “weapons of mass destruction” against themselves today instead of sending them over the South Korean border.  In somewhat similar news today is U Yeong Choi’s last day in America. All of us here at RD give him a big farewell.

John Wall is on the front page of ESPN.com, just throwing that out there.

– Chile beat Switzerland today 1-0.

– Spain defeated the fighting Hondurans 2-0 after David VILLA’s two goals.  Just saying it like how the announcer said it.

– Steve Smith of the Panthers, not of the Giants, (good Steve Smith, there’s like four int he NFL) broke his arm in a flag football game over the weekend.  Thought you weren’t supposed to tackle in flag football…

– Clemson beat the #1 ranked Arizona State baseball team today in the College World Series.

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