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Scott Michaux is a sports columnist for The Augusta Chronicle. Write to him at The Augusta Chronicle, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903. Call (706) 823-3219 or send e-mail to scott.michaux@morris.com.
Scott Michaux

Latest Column

Patience key for local golfers
Web-posted 01/24/10
Vaughn Taylor will take the road to his goals in measured steps instead of a desperate charge.

Previous Columns

Nicklaus at 70: no icon in his mind
Web-posted 01/21/10
While some men might think the best way to spend their 70th birthday is trying to shoot their age on a golf course, it's no surprise that the greatest golfer of the 20th century is spending his fly fishing today with family and friends on a remote Pacific island.
Basketball proposal nothing but racism
Web-posted 01/19/10
The first reaction was that this had to be some kind of sick joke.
Kiffin 's exit was no great loss for the Vols
Web-posted 01/17/10
There are times when the subject of sports seems more trivial than others. This week is one of those times.
Will Bear's words affect Tiger's plan?
Web-posted 01/10/10
Another PGA Tour season opener went off without Tiger Woods (seven consecutive years), but the game is afoot to predict when and where the scandal-besieged star will turn up.
Stegeman stumble continues for Tech
Web-posted 01/06/10
ATHENS, Ga. --- Instead of sitting at home watching Georgia Tech compete in the Orange Bowl, I decided to spend the evening trying to unravel a different Yellow Jackets sports mystery.
Teams should try this option
Web-posted 01/03/10
The jury is in. efore Georgia Tech kicks off in the Orange Bowl on Tuesday, the evidence proves Paul Johnson's offense works at every level. You'd have to be an idiot to argue against it anymore.
Sports could come up with a different surprise every month
Web-posted 01/01/10
For all of the predictable athletic outcomes that made up the bulk of 2009, the year had its share of surprises.
Woods is franchise to watch in 2010
Web-posted 12/30/09
It was the year of the franchise.
Snoozing through yet another bowl season
Web-posted 12/27/09
Episodes 10 and 11 of a 34-part bowl series hit cable TV tonight and Monday. At least these installments provide some regional incentive to divert our attention away from Law & Order reruns or Dr. Phil .
Hiatus will help Tiger get past personal drama
Web-posted 12/13/09
TIGRE, Argentina --- It was a fleeting hope that 5,000 miles might be far enough to escape the reach of this Tiger Woods story.
Tiger Slam not a sure thing anymore
Web-posted 12/06/09
All of the presumed milestones no longer seem preordained in the wake of the tabloid scandal that has realigned the world of the world's undisputed No. 1 golfer.
Bout might be tougher for Williams than title fight
Web-posted 12/04/09
This isn't the fight boxing fans and Paul Williams wanted on Saturday night. In many ways it's harder.

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