USA Today columnist, ABC News, CNN, PBS and NPR commentator, best-selling author, speaker. http://www.christinebrennan.com

McIlroy has work cut out for him

thenorthwestern.com — SHEBOYGAN - When Rory McIlroy finished his third round at the PGA Championship Saturday afternoon, the leaderboard was filled mostly with the names of the unknown and the untested. To his chagrin, he was not able to join them. When his day started, he was headed right there.

Once again, Johnson on top after one round

Supplementation with a blend of krill and salmon oil is associated with increased metabolic risk in overweight men

ajcn.nutrition.org — 3Liggins Institute, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand; and 4Nutraceuticals Research Group, University of Newcastle, Callaghan, Australia ↵*To whom correspondence should be addressed. E-mail: w.cutfield{at}auckland.ac.nz . ↵ 1 Supported by The Douglas Charitable Trust.

Jason Day battles through vertigo to take share of lead at U.S. Open

thetimesherald.com — UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. - Early Friday afternoon, 27-year-old Jason Day collapsed near the green on his final hole in the second round of the U.S. Open, suffering so badly from vertigo that it was uncertain if he would be able to continue to play on the weekend.

Brennan: Little difference between Floyd Mayweather and Ray Rice

boxingjunkie.com — Floyd Mayweather is Ray Rice, Greg Hardy and a few more bad guys rolled into one. Five different women have alleged that the multi-millionaire boxer assaulted them a total of seven times over the past 14 years, each resulting in Mayweather being arrested or issued a citation.
Apr 28, 2015

Brennan: Little difference between Floyd Mayweather and Ray Rice shar.es/1pleQ6

Apr 28, 2015

RT @USATODAYsports: Floyd Mayweather is Ray Rice, Greg Hardy and a few more bad guys rolled into one, writes @cbrennansports: bit.ly/1zaFl10

Apr 28, 2015

If domestic abuser Mayweather were named Ray Rice, would this fight even be happening? My @USATODAYsports column: boxingjunkie.com/2015/04/28/bre…

Apr 28, 2015

RT @cbrennansports: If domestic abuser Mayweather were named Ray Rice, would this fight even be happening? My @USATODAYsports column: boxingjunkie.com/2015/04/28/bre…

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Why Tiger Woods should play in the Masters

brisbanetimes.com.au — Still revelant: Tiger Woods Play, Tiger, play. Play the Masters next week. Play it even if you're not sure that you've completely figured out your short game. We've already seen you at your worst this year, chunking and skulling the ball over and around the greens at Phoenix and Torrey Pines, and we still want to see you try again.

Wilson's dream nearly came true

news-press.com — It was all sitting there for Russell Wilson. Back-to-back Super Bowl triumphs over the biggest names in the NFL, first Peyton Manning, then Tom Brady. He outplayed Manning last year, and he was doing the same to Brady. He had never lost to a Super Bowl-winning quarterback, and everyone could see why.

Brennan: The better choices for 'Sportsman of the Year'

archive.dailyworld.com — Little League star Mo'Ne Davis could've been a fine choice for SI's "Sportsman of the Year." / Evan Habeeb, USA TODAY Sports Let's take a little trip into the future. It's 2064, and an old Sports Illustrated is pulled out of a box in an attic.

Brennan: UT should drop Lady Vols for basketball, too

wbir.com — The moment of truth had finally arrived for the University of Tennessee athletic department. Decades behind all but a reluctant few universities in the nation, Tennessee had finally decided it was time to discontinue the use of its antiquated and discriminatory "Lady Vols" nickname and refer to its female athletes the same way it does its male athletes: Call them all "Volunteers."
Nov 12, 2014

RT @hoopfeed: Brennan: UT should drop Lady Vols for basketball, too j.mp/1uooSS5 #ncaaw Comparing to Wash. NFL team name fiasco is idiotic tho'

Nov 12, 2014

RT @wbir: USA TODAY Sports columnist: UT should drop Lady Vols for basketball, too on.wbir.com/1uohc2a pic.twitter.com/rbU6j2fA0a

Brennan: NASCAR fights to stay relevant and loses

usatoday.com — You know the Rodney Dangerfield saying, "I went to a fight the other night and a hockey game broke out?" It's time to update that old chestnut, something along these lines: "I went to a hockey game the other night and a NASCAR race broke out."
Nov 05, 2014

What is with all this ridiculous fighting among drivers at NASCAR races? My @USATODAYSports column: usatoday.com/story/sports/n…

Nov 05, 2014

RT @cbrennansports: What is with all this ridiculous fighting among drivers at NASCAR races? My @USATODAYSports column: usatoday.com/story/sports/n…

Nov 06, 2014

RT @cbrennansports: What is with all this ridiculous fighting among drivers at NASCAR races? My @USATODAYSports column: usatoday.com/story/sports/n…

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Aug 30, 2015

Talking Serena and the US Open on @cnn international in a few minutes.

Aug 26, 2015

If Serena wins Grand Slam she's athlete of the year. But let's not forget Spieth, American Pharoah, USWNT. My column: usatoday.com/story/sports/c…

Aug 16, 2015

What's more interesting, a Jordan Spieth round of golf or a Jordan Spieth interview? My @USATODAYSports PGA column: usatoday.com/story/sports/g…

Aug 16, 2015

My quick @USATODAYsports column on Jordan Spieth's second place finish at the PGA: usat.ly/1TLOF57

Aug 16, 2015

Jordan Spieth was 4 down with 6 holes to go at #PGAChamp. Now he's 3 down with 5 holes to play and Day drove into bunker. Interesting...

Aug 16, 2015

As a Great Lakes and Big Ten person, love seeing #PGAChamp course look so beautiful on TV -- just as it looks in person.

Aug 16, 2015

It's not all sports at the PGA. Media hotel is site of 1912 assassination attempt on Teddy Roosevelt. How about that? pic.twitter.com/lDhcx3xKEe


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