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What Do Tiger Woods and Sidney Crosby Have In Common?

Being the die hard sports fan that I am, I still allow myself time to watch other things on television.  “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’”,”‘Family Guy”, “Law and Order” and of course “Looney Tunes”.  My favorite part about the “Looney Tunes” is when Wile E. Coyote always tries to capture the Roadrunner.  As hard as he tries, he just isn’t able to get him.  You know the look, that the Coyote gets on his face when he thinks of a new plan?  That “light bulb turning on” face?  Well, I had myself a Wile E. Coyote moment last night while watching Sportscenter.  I usually have set what I plan to write about a few days beforehand, but sometimes, you see something and an idea pops right into your head.  My moment came when I saw that Tiger Woods was eliminated in the first round of the WGC – Accenture Match Play event.

Usually I write about the four major sports and I am more of a fan of them.  However, I do enjoy watching and playing golf.  In each sport, everyone has their favorite and least favorite team and player and we enjoy when they lose.  The New York Yankees, Los Angeles Lakes, Detroit Red Wings and Dallas Cowboys are all teams I get a pleasure of watching them fail.  In the golf world, that person I like to see lose is Tiger Woods.  It wasn’t the Thanksgiving of 2009 events and the countless number of mistresses that made me despise Woods, those only added fuel to the fire.  I enjoyed Woods when he turned pro in 1996.  He had that big smile and was as talented of a golfer that I had seen at such a young age.  Once he became the face of the sport however, I started looking down on Tiger.  He disrespected golf with his sore sportsmanship and yelling at the fans.  Pounding his club into the ground and swearing on live television made is seem like we were at the live taping of “Happy Gilmore”.

Tiger is one of the last athletes that we would have suspected to be messing around behind his wife’s back.  He seemed like he had it all with Elin and their children, but eventually, his dark secret was let out.  Unlike Kobe Bryant, Ben Roethlisberger and Michael Vick, Tiger has yet to rebound from his off the course issues and I thought I loved seeing him lose his winning ways.  Then, it hit me.  Look at what Tiger Woods did for his sport.  Prior to Woods pro debut, the average winnings for a PGA Tour event were $600,ooo.  Fast forward to 2006 and the average rose to $9.9 Million.  According to the same study conducted, there were 9 players who earned a million dollars in 1996, the year that Woods turned pro.  In 2006, there were 93 golfers who broke the million-dollar mark.  The point being, that Tiger Woods revolutionized the sport of golf and made people want to watch it.  How can we cheer against a man who has the sport on his back?  If he can’t turn it around, what will happen to the game?

Woods situation reminds me a lot of Sidney Crosby’s in hockey.  The NHL was in a rough state when Crosby was selected in the 2005 draft and it looked for awhile that there wasn’t going to be a league.  It wasn’t the most popular sport and it needed something to get the ratings up.  Along side Alexander Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals, Crosby became the face of the league.  Although Ovechkin is important to this age of the NHL, Crosby has more pressure on him to succeed.  He is the class-act superstar that this league has needed since Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux decided to hang up the skates.  With Sid on the shelf, maybe for the rest of the year, should we be concerned for the NHL?

It’s no secret that cities around the country aren’t a big fan of Crosby.  They call him a cry baby and can’t stand him, mainly because he is the best player in hockey.  We have seen players like Eric Lindros and Pat Lafontaine retire prematurely due to complications with concussions and Marc Savard from the Boston Bruins miss the majority of the past two seasons from blows to the head as well.  I’m not saying that Crosby  will be in this group, but what if the worst case situation happens and his current concussion lingers throughout his career?  As with Woods, whether you like Crosby or not, he’s a guy that any hockey fan needs to pull for to have the league reach it’s full potential.  We’ve seen in recent years, thanks to players like Crosby, Ovechkin, Steve Stamkos and others, the popularity of the league sore.  Even during Crosby’s absence, the excitement around the Penguins is still there, but there has been a noticeable drop off.  Whether you want to categorize those fans as bandwagon or not, any support is great support for the NHL.

No matter what we feel about players like Woods, Crosby or Ovechkin, the fact is, that we need them for hockey and golf for that matter, to continue evolving in our society.  Cheer against them if you wish, but appreciate the mass appeal that they bring to their sport and how important they are to the product that we take for granted everyday.

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  1. Speicher Feb 24 20119:47 pm

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    Loo! You got my attention with this one! I was like how can Sid and Tiger have anything in common! Side note: We’ll have to golf this summer, I’m so ready!

    1. Michael Waterloo Feb 25 20116:32 am

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      Ha thanks steve glad you took a read and visited the site. And yes, golfing for sure

  2. Dan Rakusan Feb 24 201111:53 pm

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    Sidney isn’t that important to the game, he’s simply made to be that guy by the media. Tiger’s decline has helped golf by showing the young talent on tour. I agree they’re important on some level, but overall, both sports will/would survive without them. Especially Crosby’s whining! LOL

    1. Michael Waterloo Feb 25 20116:31 am

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      Hey Dan thanks for the comment. I know where you are coming from and half agree with you. Yes both sports would survive but they wouldn’t be anywhere near successful. Tigers decline has let players like Camillo Villegas and Anthony Kim stand out, but they wouldn’t have the chance to stand out if it wasn’t for Tiger and him revolutionizing the game.

      As for Sid, I know you are a bigger Ovechkin fan which is fine and he is important to hockey, but without Crosby the ratings wouldn’t be nearly as high as they are and a new breed of fans wouldn’t be into the game. Thanks alot for the read!

  3. Liam Maguire Feb 25 201112:57 am

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    That’s a ridiculous statement Dan. Of course he’s important to the game. The fact that he whines is irrelevant. The Crosby haters have to at least acknowledge his importance. He sells games out, he’s a super star player, he is thee guy in the game right now. Could they survive with out him? Of course. The league does not shut down for anybody obviously and others have gone before Sid, case in point Bobby Orr, who left the game far to young and too fast but call it what it is with Crosby, he’s the number one marketing commodity and it’s made possible by his incredible play.

    1. Michael Waterloo Feb 25 20116:26 am

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      Thanks for the read and comment Liam. I couldn’t say it any better. Ovechkin is important but noone is as important to the game as Crosby. He draws fans who never watched before become a fan of the game. Thanks for the read!

    2. Dan Rakusan Feb 25 20118:24 am

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      Crosby is the top marketing commodity because Gary Bettman says so, plain and simple. Sidney is a great talent, no doubt. Ovechkin as well. Personally, the difference between the two is one is actually a pleasure to watch in non-hockey situations like advertising, while the other is Crosby. I don’t think Crosby makes that much of a difference overall in terms of viewership numbers. Maybe in Pittsburgh he draws additional fans, but wouldn’t those technically be “bandwagon hoppers”? Either way, I’d still watch regardless of whether OV or Cindy was in the league or not.

      1. Michael Waterloo Feb 25 20118:38 am

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        Yes Bettman has the say in it but its because he is deserving of it. I like Ovechkin and his eson commercials and the way he plays the game. Pittsburgh Pens fans are bandwagon fans, alit of them are. When Lemieux Jagr and Francis went away the arena was empty cause noone wanted to see Beech Abid and Fata. I loved to be able to walk up and get tickets anytime I wanted. But that being said, even bandwagon fans bring more publicity to the game. Thanks to players like Sid and Ovechkin. And in right with you when you say you’d watch regardless and most true fans would. But the true fan would also agree that we need players like sd and alex

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