Over 51K Show Up For First Day Of Match Play At Ryder CupMore than 51,000 fans were crammed onto Hazeltine National Golf club before high noon for the first day of matches. The event was sold out months ago.
WCCO Radio Rally: September 30thHere comes the WCCO Radio Rally Power Poll and Games of the Week!
Keidel: Is J.J. Watt Already Hall Of Fame-Bound?J.J. Watt, the NFL's best defensive player, had back surgery yesterday. It's unclear if he can return to form, or return at all.
Penn State Safeties Hoping To Slow Down Gophers' Run GameAs an incoming freshman, Penn State safety Marcus Allen figured his transition to college football would be gradual.
Road To The Ryder Cup: Who Will Lead Team USA To Victory?Dave Lee talked to Golf Commentator and author John Feinstein about who he expects to break out and have a great run at this year's Ryder Cup.
Cheryl Reeve Wins WNBA Coach Of The YearThe awards keep rolling in for the Minnesota Lynx, as head coach Cheryl Reeve was voted Coach of the Year.
Ryder Cup Pays Tribute To Arnold PalmerOne of the sport's marquee events started Friday by honoring the late legend.
Ryder Cup Audience Sings 'God Bless America' En MasseSupporters of the U.S. Ryder Cup team made no bones about which country they were supporting at Hazeltine Golf Club Friday morning.
Lynx C Fowles Named Defensive Player Of The YearMinnesota Lynx center Sylvia Fowles has been named Defensive Player of the Year, the first such honor for a Lynx player.
Road To The Ryder Cup: The Passion of the Ryder CupDave Lee talked to three-time European team member Jesper Parnevik about the atmosphere that surrounds a Ryder Cup.
Spieth, Reed, Stenson & Rose Kick Off Ryder CupThe 41st Ryder Cup is off to a rollicking start at Hazeltine. With a rowdy gallery serving as the backdrop, Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed led things off for the Americans against Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose for Europe, which is looking for its fourth straight Ryder Cup victory.
Road To The Ryder Cup: Why Team Europe Has Been So DominantJohn Feinstein talked to Dave Lee about what Europe has done to capture so many cups and what the U.S. needs to do to win it back.