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Kenny Perry comes back from 10 shots to win U.S. Senior Open

Kenny Perry in 2009 (photo by BrotherFlounder via wikipedia commons)

Coming back from 10 shots or more in the final round in a golf tournament seems impossible at times because everything a golfer does has to be perfect and he can’t have many bogeys if any, to get back in a position to win.

In the case of Champions Tour golfer Kenny Perry, he faced that 10-shot hole after the second-round and came back to win the United States Senior Open.

Perry, who finished the overall tournament with a 13-under 267, started Sunday’s final round two shots behind leader Michael Allen.

The 52-year-old Kentucky native shot a final-round 7-under-par 63 at the Omaha Country Club in Nebraska and won his second straight senior major by five strokes over Fred Funk.

Perry took control of the tournament for good after he birdied the second and third holes and Allen bogeyed the third.

Temple Owls earn 1,800th win against Bowling Green, 75-57

(courtesy Temple U)

The Temple Owls Men’s Basketball program earned the 1,800th win in its history, becoming the sixth school to reach that milestone in beating Bowling Green in a nonconference game, 75-57.

The other schools with at least 1,800 wins includes: Kentucky, North Carolina, Kansas, Duke and Syracuse.

The Owls improve to 10-2 while the Falcons drop to 5-8.

Jake O’Brien scored a career-high 15 points to lead five players in double figures scoring for Temple.

BGSU was led by A’uston Calhoun with 22 points.

 

 

Info compiled from Temple University Sports Information

Michael Waltrip to use Kentucky Wildcats scheme on his #55 Toyota for Sprint Cup race at KY

Michael Waltrip (center) with UK AD Mitch Barnhart (left) and Wildcats mascot at unveling of UK scheme car (photo courtesy of Russ Walker)

Michael Waltrip eventhough he is always on the road racing cars, he has not forgotten his love for his native Kentucky.

The native of Owensboro and two-time Daytona 500 winner unveiled a car honoring his favorite college sports team.

Waltrip was at Kentucky Speedway, site of tonight’s (Saturday, June 30, 2012) NASCAR Sprint Cup, Quaker State 400 race, to unveil a new paint scheme on the Michael Waltrip Racing #55 Toyota which pays tribute to the University of Kentucky national champion basketball team.

Waltrip has raced in 767 NASCAR Sprint Cup Races covering 28 years. He has 4 wins, 129 top 10 finishes and has captured 4 poles.

 

Info compiled from Michael Waltrip Racing, NASCAR Sprint Cup, Radio & TV news

Reds reliever Chapman arrested for allegedly speeding near Columbus, Ohio

 

Aroldis Chapman (courtesy of MLBpressbox.com)

Cincinnati Reds star relief pitcher Aroldis Chapman was arrested for allegedly driving at a speed of 93 mph early Monday morning, according to reports on Columbus area TV and Radio stations.

Chapman was stopped on northbound Interstate 71 near I-270 in Grove City, Ohio, a Columbus suburb, at 12:42 a.m. Eastern Time. The arrest report stated that police arrested the 24-year-old, who was driving his Mercedes, when an officer discovered he had a suspended state of Kentucky driver’s license. He was cited for speeding and driving under suspension.

Chapman was released after posting bond and will have to appear for a June 6 court date.

The talented lefty did not pitch in last night’s 4-1 Reds win over the Atlanta Braves at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.

 

Info compiled from MLB news, Radio & TV news

Kentucky’s Davis wins Wooden Award

 

Anthony Davis (courtesy of Kentucky athletics)

Kentucky freshman Anthony Davis is the 2012 winner of the John Wooden Award honoring the nation’s best college player.

He is the second freshman to win the award, joining Kevin Durant of Texas in 2007, who was the first to do it.

Hall of Fame coach John Wooden, who died in 2010 at age 99, was represented by his grandson, Greg, who presented the award on behalf of the Los Angeles Athletic Club.

 

 

Info compiled from Wooden Award, Kentucky athletics, Radio & TV news

 

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