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Senior Editor

Sports Illustrated
1271 Avenue of
the Americas New York, New York 10020
United States

Company Description: SI is a multimedia sports brand that takes the consumer into the heart and soul of sports. The SI franchise is anchored by Sports Illustrated, the most respected...   more
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Mark Godich, senior editor, ...
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Mark Godich, senior editor, Sports Illustrated (@MarkGodich): I'll take King Louie. I just wish his passion for the game matched that swing of beauty.
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GODICH: He's been doing that for years. Let's not forget how he won the 2007 Masters, by laying up on all of the par-5s in all four rounds.
Mark Godich, senior editor, ...
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Mark Godich, senior editor, Sports Illustrated (@MarkGodich): Since we're talking the entire calendar year, it has to be Scott.
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GODICH: Tiger Woods. He won't get his 15th major, but he'll win where he always does: Torrey, Doral, Bay Hill, Firestone -- take your pick.
After Burditt's blunder, Mark ...
sports.yahoo.com, 25 Oct 2013 [cached]
After Burditt's blunder, Mark Godich had to have a flashback to 1978. He was a senior journalism major at Mizzou then, and watched the Tigers blow a 27-7 lead against Colorado on the same field.
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Now a senior editor at Sports Illustrated, Godich explained what happened in his new book, "Tigers vs. Jayhawks: From the Civil War to the Battle for No. 1.
Mark Godich, senior editor, ...
www.golf.com, 9 Dec 2012 [cached]
Mark Godich, senior editor, Sports Illustrated: Sorry, Tom's time has passed. I'm going with Fred Couples. He has a great track record in the Presidents Cup, but this is an entirely different animal. I want to see how Fred handles the heat.
Van Sickle: I like that call, Mark.
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Godich: Other than winning on foreign soil, what does Zinger have left to prove? If he doesn't win, won't he tarnish what he did in 2008?
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Godich: Does the U.S. win at Medinah if Fred is calling the shots?
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Van Sickle: Great question, Mark.
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Godich: And would Fred have sent Keegan Bradley back out for Saturday afternoon play and sat a struggling Steve Stricker?
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Godich: Except for the issue of resting the red-hot Bradley. He had a chance to totally obliterate the Euros.
Mark ...
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Mark Godich
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Mark Godich has been a senior editor at Sports Illustrated since 1995. In 2007, he was the magazine's college football editor. A graduate of the University of Missouri's highly acclaimed School of Journalism and a former instructor there, he has had a career in sports writing and editing that has spanned five decades. Before joining SI, he also made stops at the Abilene (Texas) Reporter-News, the Dallas Times Herald, The Associated Press, The National Sports Daily and Golf Shop Operations. He lives in Plainsboro, N.J., with his wife, Leigh, and son, Steven.
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