Sport Beyond the course: Challenges of coaching college golf in a new world
Nick Saban explains why he is against College Football Playoff expansion
Nick Saban is against an expansion of the College Football Playoff format and has his reasons. © Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports The Alabama Crimson Tide head coach was a guest on “The Paul Finebaum Show” on Tuesday and reiterated his belief that an expansion would further detract from the significance of the bowl system. "I think there's only so many games in these guys. They're student-athletes. They're not just football players." Nick Saban talks to @finebaum about expanding the College Football Playoff: pic.twitter.
Golfweek and USA TODAY Sports spoke with a pair of college golf coaches – Stanford’s Anne Walker and Oklahoma State’s Greg Robertson – about the challenges they face in the aftermath of COVID-19 and how they keep their teams thinking positively.
From the Course to the Boardroom, Jasmin Cunningham Is Making Golf More Diverse .
As the eighth Black woman to earn a PGA membership, Jasmin Cunningham is working to make Black golfers more visible both on and off the course. When she was 10 years old, Jasmin Cunningham couldn’t understand why her dad kept taking her to play golf. She looked around and didn’t see anyone like her at the course.“I asked my dad, ‘Why would you put me in this sport? There’s no other girls that look like me,’” Cunningham told Monica McNutt in an interview for PGA of America and GoodSport.