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Six-Word Sports Stories with ESPN The Magazine

Friday, April 11th, 2008

By Larry Smith

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We’re partnering with our pals at ESPN The Magazine for a series of six-word challenges. Each week, The Mag and SMITH will choose a topic—Roger Clemens, Brett Favre, steroids—and ask you to submit six words that describes its essence. Example? Barry Bonds: “Record-setter one year, unemployed the next.” Steroids: “No me, I swear. Roger that.” Our friends at Disney say they’ll be prizes, too.

First challenge: Can you sum up Tiger Woods in just six words? ESPN Mag editor Scott DeSimon reports that Mike in Gahanna, Ohio is an early front-runner with, “Work? Golf. Wife? Hottie. Life? Perfect.”

Let the games begin.

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7 responses

  1. metheothertwin says:

    Plays golf as only god can.

  2. WE says:

    Golf. Born To Do It. Blessed.

  3. yvonne says:

    Marks his balls where they matter.

  4. Jason says:

    Focused ferocity with discipline to match.

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  6. Sport Picks says:

    Is he even human at all?

  7. Tules says:

    Hahaha. Like that Tiger Woods summary. When we think of him now, the life part is not that perfect!

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