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Powerhouse on Field Looks to Have a Similar Presence on TV

The new SEC Network will broadcast 45 football games, as well as basketball games and Olympic sports, to more than 62 million households nationwide.

Tiger Woods is better off without a coach, says Els

Ernie Els said Wednesday Tiger Woods should forget about hiring a new coach after splitting with Sean Foley and could return to major-winning form on his own. South African Els said Woods had never been the same since he stopped working with Butch Harmon in 2003, and that he didn't like the direction he had taken under Hank Haney and then Foley.

One-Year Suspension of Browns’ Gordon Is Upheld

Josh Gordon, a star receiver for the Browns, will miss the entire season for another violation of the league’s substance abuse policy.

Federer's slam dunk win earns Jordan approval

By Steve Keating NEW YORK (Reuters) - Roger Federer launched his bid for an 18th grand slam title with a workmanlike 6-3 6-4 7-6 (4) win over Marinko Matosevic to ease into the second round of the U.S. Open on Tuesday, with NBA great Michael Jordan leading the cheering. Open champion, Federer never appeared threatened by Matosevic but the 76th ranked Australian still forced the Swiss maestro to work up a sweat in front of an enthusiastic center court crowd. Dressed all in black, Federer broke his opponent once in each set but in the third Matosevic finally broke back forcing it to a tie-break, which the Swiss won 7-4 by clinching the final three points.

Video: Chasing Fairy Dust in Jackson Hole

The snowboarders Jeremy Jones and Bryan Iguchi head into the Jackson Hole backcountry with Frank Knab and Jimmy Goodman.