The gallery has always kept a close eye on Tiger Woods at the Masters. As he returns from a scandalous off-season, the scrutiny is likely to be even more intense this year. David Cannon/Getty Images hide caption

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Woods Nears Crucible Of Masters; America Awaits

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To Boldly Go, Or To Stay Home?

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Shake Or Stir, But Please Don't Sweeten

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For NCAA's Tourney of 65, Less Is More

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Athletes' Case May Rewrite Money Rules For NCAA

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Arizona Hangs Up On Nature's Call

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One day before breaking his silence over scandals in his personal life, golfer Tiger Woods practiced outside his home in Windermere, Fla. Sam Greenwood/Getty Images hide caption

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Jocks Who Fail, And The Fans Who Can't Love Them

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Time To Cheer: American Paul Turek watches the USA hockey game against Canada in Vancouver. The success of U.S. athletes at the 2010 Olympics have helped draw large audiences in the United States. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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The 'Winner' Olympics And A Changing TV Picture

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UConn Women's Team Excels; Will America Notice?

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The Kindness Of Cleveland

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Last Call For Good-Time Charlie Wilson

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Figure Skating: The Olympics' Broken Sport

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