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Mark Godich

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Sports Illustrated

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In attendance were former Mizzou football players Chase Daniel, Chase Coffman, Brayden Burnett and Henry Sweat, current head football coach Barry Odom, Senior Sports Editor at Sports Illustrated Mark Godich and players' family members.


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The Big Show: Mark Godich
Mark Godich of Sports Illustrated joined Matt and BK on The Big Show to discuss The Masters. Can Jordan Spieth win back-to-back green jackets? Godich explains why he would be surprised if he's not at least in contention today on The Big Show. PODCAST:


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Mark Godich, senior editor, Sports Illustrated: Phoenix is known for its large, rowdy crowds, particularly on the par-3 16th hole.


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Senior Editors: Mark Bechtel, Trisha Lucey Blackmar, Stephen Cannella, Aimee Crawford, Dick Friedman, Mark Godich, Jim Gorant (Golf Plus); Christopher Hunt (Articles); Stefanie Kaufman (Operations); Gregory Kelly, Kostya P. Kennedy, Albert Lin, Mark Mravic, Richard O'Brien, Sebastián Pérez-Ferreiro (SI Latino); Diane Smith (Swimsuit); Christian Stone


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Mark Godich, senior editor, Sports Illustrated (@markgodich): Spieth is plenty long (30th on Tour in driving distance at a step shy of 300 yards) and seems to be getting stronger-he's just a bit crooked off the tee (135th in the rankings heading into the Valspar).
I also seem to recall that he finished T-2 last year in his first trip around Augusta National, at the age of 20. With that putting stroke, he can win pretty much anywhere, and I think this victory (and the manner in which he won) is going to open the floodgates.


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