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FARGO, N.D. (AP) — The temperature was rising and so were the thermometers of the North Dakota State football players. Meanwhile, a group of small children stopped by practice to catch a brief glimpse of the big boys.
He was busy, but you know Jeff Curtis would have gone over and volunteered a few words of encouragement. That’s just how the senior long snapper rolls.
The celebration of three birthdays is set for 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the Knights of Columbus Hall, James-town.
The open house is for Lloyd Rott, 70; Floyd Curtis, 72; and Ione Rott, 95.
No gifts are requested.
A recurring theme when Paul Azinger huddles with his United States team is to forget the past at the Ryder Cup.
He can be sure at least half of them get the message.
Ben Curtis was playing the mini-tours when Phillip Price and Paul McGinley delivered crucial points in Sunday singles to win at The Belfry in 2002, the opening blow in this decade of domination for Europe.
Anthony Kim was still in college when Padraig Harrington dropped one last putt at Oakland Hills to give Europe its biggest rout.
Ben Curtis will have to ditch the NFL apparel next month for the Stars & Stripes. A runner-up finish in the PGA Championship on Sunday earned him his first trip to the Ryder Cup.
“I love Ben Curtis a lot, and I love the fact he’s made the team,” U.S. captain Paul Azinger said.
The PGA Championship looked a lot like the U.S. Open, with only seven players under par when darkness finally covered Oakland Hills on Thursday and put “The Monster” to sleep.
It sounded like a U.S. Open, too.
“There’s only one guy who’s going to like this place by the end of the week,” Ben Curtis said.
August 08, 2008
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