While You Were Working: Tiger Did His Thing At The Bridgestone Invitational

Tiger Woods continued his dominant ways at the Bridgestone Invitiational, shooting a 66 in the opening round to put him in third place. Here's what that means, courtesy of CBSSports.com:

Here are Woods' average first rounds at Firestone separated by wins and non-wins:

When he wins: 66.4

When he doesn't win: 68.8


Surprise, surprise, Alabama leads the first preseason poll. Here's the full top 25.

1. Alabama (58)

2. Ohio State (3)

3. Oregon

4. Stanford

5. Georgia

6. Texas A&M (1)

7. South Carolina

8. Clemson

9. Louisville

10. Florida


Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney wants his players to get off Twitter.


Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was carted off the field today during Denver's practice.


Devin Hester is not pleased with the NFL's new Pro Bowl system.


Chip Kelly say he'll slow the pace of his offense to match the officials


Greg Oden is set to make a decision about his next team on Friday.


Seth Curry says he'd like to play for the Charlotte Bobcats.


Russia says they will enforce their anti-gay laws on athletes and tourists visiting for the Winter Olympics.


The Texas prison system is running out of the drug used for lethal injection. They have already executed 11 people this year.


The US unemployment rate hit it's lowest point in 5 1/2 years.


The NSA pays the British version of the NSA around $150 million per year for influence over their system.


Edward Snowden has been granted temporary asylum in Russia.


Spike Lee defends his right to use crowdsourcing to fund his upcoming film.


Talib Kweli joins the latest Combat Jack show on Complex TV to discuss rap in the digital age, conscious rappers and Lil' Wayne.


John Legend has a steamy new video following in the footsteps of the "Blurred Lines" video with naked women getting quite close.


Earl Sweatshirt released a quick trailer for his upcoming album, Doris.


Tech N9ne drops a video for "Straight Out The Gate."