Nancy Armour, USA TODAY

Nancy Armour

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Recent articles by Nancy:

LeBron James shows leadership again in defending reporter's question

LeBron James says TNT's Allie LaForce did nothing wrong in asking him about death of Gregg Popovich's wife. → Read More

No place in the NFL for cheerleaders in 2018

Cheerleaders from two NFL teams have filed gender discrimination complaints in the past month, detailing the demeaning ways in which they were treated. → Read More

Major League Baseball would be better, and less vulnerable to weather, with 142-game season

Major League Baseball would be better, and less vulnerable to weather, with a 14-2 game season. Here's how to do it. → Read More

NCAA breaks its rules for Dancing With the Stars, and that's progress

NCAA clears Notre Dame women's basketball player Arike Ogunbowale to compete on Dancing With the Stars, and it's the right thing to do. → Read More

Rickie Fowler's second-place finish at Masters is a preview of what's to come

Rickie Fowler finishes one shot behind Patrick Reed at the Masters, but there's no doubt he's ready to win a major championship. → Read More

Tiger Woods wasn't in contention at the Masters, but that's beside the point

Tiger Woods, who has one of the most amazing comeback stories in years, finishes first Masters at 1-over par. → Read More

Rickie Fowler gives himself a chance at the Masters and that's all he can ask

Rickie Fowler shoots bogey-free 65 to put himself in contention at the Masters. → Read More

Another tough day, but at least Phil Mickelson won't be leaving Masters empty-handed

Eagle on the par-5 No. 8 is the lone bright spot in another tough day at Masters for Phil Mickelson. → Read More

Knowing his opportunities at the Masters are dwindling, Phil Mickelson rues a lost one

Four roller coaster holes leave Phil Mickelson on the Masters cutline and ruing a lost opportunity at Augusta National → Read More

No. 1 exacts a toll at Masters for Jordan Spieth, other big names

Jordan Spieth's two-shot lead was gone by the time he walked off No. 1 green at the Masters. → Read More

Tony Finau goes from dislocated ankle to among leaders at Masters

Tony Finau shoots a 68 at the Masters a day after dislocating his ankle during the Par 3 Contest → Read More

Sergio Garcia blows up on 15th hole in Masters first round

Sergio Garcia found water several times on the 15th hole in the first round of the Masters to get to 10-over. → Read More

Firefighter has plenty of stories after playing practice round at Masters with Tiger Woods

Matt Parziale, a firefighter by trade, plays practice round with Tiger Woods, his childhood idol, at Masters. → Read More

At 68, Tom Watson wins Par-3 Contest, while Jack Nicklaus' grandson gets an ace

Tom Watson wins Par-3 but Jack Nicklaus' grandson steals the show with an ace on No. 9 during Masters week. → Read More

Olympic taekwondo coach Jean Lopez banned for sexual misconduct with a minor

Jean Lopez, the older brother and longtime coach of two-time Olympic taekwondo champion Steven Lopez, has been declared permanently ineligible after the U.S. Center for SafeSport found him guilty of sexual misconduct and sexual misconduct involving a minor. → Read More

Dustin Johnson on solid ground going into Masters

Dustin Johnson was the overwhelming favorite before last year's Masters until a fluke back injury forced him to withdraw. → Read More

Donte DiVincenzo's big night fires up Villanova on way to national title

Donte DiVincenzo had 31 points, including consecutive three-pointers with about eight minutes to play that put an exclamation point on the 79-62 victory. → Read More

Bracket busters, buzzer beaters and a 98-year-old nun: The best of the NCAA tournaments

A 98-year-old nun from Loyola Chicago, low seeds and buzzer beaters, including two from Arike Ogunbowale, will be lasting memories from the tournaments. → Read More

Final Four: John Beilein chases his first* title ... or will it be his second?

Louisville beat Michigan for the 2013 title but was forced to vacate it for seedy NCAA violations. John Beilein says titles don't really define him. → Read More

Final Four: Villanova is steamrolling toward another national title

Villanova makes a record 18 three-pointers in a rout of Kansas in the Final Four on Saturday. Look out Michigan, next up for the Wildcats. → Read More