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Even when they’re not on the course, Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia have been dominating the headlines lately, and yesterday was no different — though this time, it was ultimately for all the wrong reasons after Garcia told an unfunny joke at an appearance in England.
However, the Sergio-Tiger ongoing slap fight wasn’t the only thing going on in the sports world yesterday.
As for the rest of the news — here are some of the other popular stories you may have missed on a busy Tuesday in sports:
— Tiger Woods doesn’t spend all his time bickering with Garcia, and yesterday he offered some advice to RG3 on returning from his torn ACL.
— Meanwhile, Woods’ girlfriend, Lindsey Vonn, is reportedly buddies with a notorious German steroid-peddling doctor.
— Nationals closer Rafael Soriano slammed Bryce Harper after a blown save Tuesday night against the San Francisco Giants.
— Someone bid $6,100 for a rookie card of 7-year-old Nebraska "star" Jack Hoffman in an online charity auction. Unfortunately, the winning bidder isn't paying up.
— Bulls center Joakim Noah doesn’t need much convincing to pump up the jam, pump it up, while your feet are stomping.
— Cross Stan Van Gundy off the candidate list for this season’s open NBA coaching jobs — for now anyway.
BREAKING: Stan Van Gundy just told us he WILL NOT be a head coach in the NBA next season. It's a family decision.— David Baumann (@DavidBaumann33) May 21, 2013
— How does Vanderbilt O-line coach Herb Hand handle Twitter trolls? By inviting them to his office for a beating.
— Parrothead pals Urban Meyer and Dan Mullen took in a Jimmy Buffett show last month in Atlanta.
— Tie Domi was known mostly as an enforcer during his 15-plus years in the NHL. His son Max, however, seems to have a little more in the way of stick skills:
— Was this the worst MMA fight ever?
— Are you a St. Louis Cardinals fan with an extra $1.795 million to spend? You could buy Stan Musial's old home.
— Don't go bragging about it on Twitter next time you hit a cyclist with your car. Or just don’t hit any cyclists to begin with.
— The new footballs at the University of Michigan are proudly made in the USA — but definitely not in Ohio.
— Keith Hac, head coach of the Lingerie Football League's Chicago Bliss, takes this coaching thing seriously (WARNING: Very NSFW language).
— New Wisconsin football coach Gary Andersen spent part of his Tuesday afternoon flipping burgers for charity at a local fast-food joint:
— Is Tom Brady's dog causing trouble on a Boston playground?
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