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On The Fly: Spieth Makes History At Masters

You can just him Jordan "Super" Spieth. After shooting a first-round 64, he carded a 66 and stands at 14-under par at The Masters. His 36-hole score of 130 broke Raymond Floyd's record of 131 in 1976. Spieth has a five-shot shot lead over Charley Hoffman (68—135). Tiger Woods shook off considerable tournament rust and shined with a 69 (142) and made the cut. Steelers defensive legend Troy Polamalu announced his retirement. Polamalu, roaming all over the field, was a menace to opposing offenses. His position was listed as strong safety. Strong was an understatement. He was an eight-time Pro Bowl pick and the 2010 NFL Defensive Player of the Year. Polamalu, noted for...