While You Were Working: Tiger Woods Claims His No. 1 Spot

It's been two years since Tiger Woods was the No. 1-ranked golfer in the world. It's been almost five years since he won a PGA Tour major. Well, Tiger won at Bay Hill and is back on top of the golf rankings. So, what do you think the people (including his new main squeeze) had to say about it?









By happen stance, the Wichita State squad that took down No. 1 overall Gonzaga on Saturday night arrived home at Mid-Continent Airport around the same time Tim Tebow was refueling his jet. The college football legend-turned-underdog NFL quarterback asked if he could speak to the team and give them some encouraging words. To be clear, that's an NFL quarterback that couldn't take Mark Sanchez's job, pep talking a group that just took down the nation's No. 1-ranked in the NCAA tournament, a team who's confidence level and swag had to be on a million.

Look, he may not be all that skilled at QB, but he seems like a genuinely considerate dude, and we all know he's got the motivational speaker thing down pat. I'm just not sure how effective a potential speech would be to his own Gators, if they were to make it to the Elite Eight, Final Four or even the championship game.




We don't know this for sure, but it's probably true…



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And good luck with this…



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