Hello all! Welcome to the this week’s edition of The Morning After.
70 years ago today, the Fall of Bataan and Corregidor took place, and it’s subsequent Death March. To commemorate those who went through it, the Philippines commemorates it with the holiday. Thus this, coupled with the Easter weekend, proved to be one really long weekend.
Meanwhile, Bubba Watson became the latest winner of the Green Jacket, joining the group of first-time major winners that have dominated the sport as of late. He won it on a playoff against Louis Oosthuizen, who announced his presence early, thanks to a double eagle. It’ll take a herculean shot to win a cup, and Bubba pulled out one in the second playoff hole.
So, congratulations to him. You can probably expect something more on this later on today.
Here forth are the links to catch you up on what you missed, after the jump.
Boston College is king of college hockey. (c/o Bellingham Herald)
Georgia State positioning itself for college football with this switch. (c/o Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
Speaking of the CAA, they have been busted out. (c/o Star News Online)
Back to normal for Howard? Maybe. (c/o BET)
Texas Tech checkmated. (c/o NBC Sports’ Off The Bench)
The language is set for June. (c/o Grand Forks Herald)
It’s all about one shot. One (final) opportunity. (c/o Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
America beat French in their turf. (c/o 10s Balls)
Serena back on top. (c/o New York Times’ Straight Sets)
60 is now a reality. (c/o Yahoo! Sports’ Puck Daddy)
Florida Panthers win their division. (c/o Litter Box Cats)
Canucks get another chance to hoist Lord Stanley. (c/o The Province)
Defending the Cup begins here. (c/o The Towerlight)
No need to panic yet, New York. (c/o CBS Sports)
That applies to Boston, too. (c/o Detroit Free Press)
It is fitting that our parting video for today involves the guy with the newest piece of clothing.