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Chris Vannini is a native Michigander who writes about Michigan State and the Detroit Tigers for a few places, including The Only Colors. This means he lives in a place where hockey is a real sport. As a first-grader, he finished second in a pinewood derby race to a kid who broke lightspeed. But he's not bitter, since he got a cut of the space cash.

Olympics 2012 Medal Count: United States Still Leads In Total Medals, Takes Lead For Gold

The United States extended its lead in the overall medal count at the 2012 London Olympics on Thursday.

PGA Championship Leaderboard 2012: Carl Pettersson Alone At Top After First Round

Carl Pettersson shot a 6-under 66 and is alone in first place in the first round of the PGA Championship at Kiawah Island in South Carolina.

2012 PGA Championship: Rain, Wind Expected To Affect Tournament

With the 2012 PGA Championship set to take place on the Atlantic coast, winds were expected to be the biggest weather program in Kiawah Island, S.C.

2012 PGA Championship: Bubba Watson Ready To Focus On Golf With Son's Adoption Final

With his son's adoption finalized, Bubba Watson can refocus on his golf game.

2012 Medal Count Standings: United States Trails China By 1 Medal

After Monday's events, the United State still trails China in the medal count.

Aaron Murray Recounts Lessons From Manning Brothers

As the Bulldogs prepare for a season with high expectations, quarterback Aaron Murray will be using lessons from some of the top quarterbacks in the NFL.

Team USA Basketball Final Score: Women Defeat Czech Republic 88-61

The American women got off to a shaky start, but cruised in the second half for a win over the Czech Republic.

2012 London Olympics: Former Bulldog Reese Hoffa Earns Bronze In Men's Shot Put

Former Georgia Bulldog Reese Hoffa won bronze in the men's shot put in London on Friday.

2012 London Olympics: Event And TV Schedule For Friday

The list of Friday's events and the networks on which they will be televised.

Former Georgia Bulldog John Isner Falls To Roger Federer In Quarterfinals

The last American remaining in men's singles, former Georgia Bulldog John Isner, was eliminated by Roger Federer.

Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.