No longer No. 1, Tiger Woods was surpassed by Lee Westwood as the top-ranked golfer in the world on Sunday, capping off Woods's worst year ever—on and off the course. And last Saturday, No. 6 Mizzou fell 31--17 to Nebraska, a letdown after the Tigers knocked off then No. 1 Oklahoma just a week ago.
The NCAA last week looked into a rules violation by Iowa's men's team after it admitted that two hoops prospects had met celeb fans Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore (left) at an Iowa football game. On Monday the NCAA deemed the offense "secondary," but a no-no nonetheless.
Ryuji Imada took a 26-stroke penalty at a tournament in China this weekend after failing to read the course rules on dropped balls. (The PGA says one club length; the Asian tour says a scorecard length.) Said Imada, who finished the round with a 24-over-par 97, "I'm an idiot."
NFL COWBOYS & BRONCOS
Dallas (1--6) and Denver (2--6 behind QB Kyle Orton, left) boast a combined -102 point differential, and each has lost four in a row. After his 'Boys fell to Jacksonville on Sunday, Jerry Jones apologized to fans, saying, "I'm dumbfounded." Worst of all, he says he won't fire Wade Phillips.