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We will most likely not see Tiger Woods until January 26, 60 days from now. 60 days he will most likely go silent. To wrap up my thoughts on today’s developments, I turn to the Golf Channel’s Randall Mell:

For such a fiercely private man, this has to be agonizing. His wife, his two young children, they’re affected by all this, too.

The longer Woods goes without giving an explanation, the more painful the innuendo. Of course, there could be more pain explaining.

That’s the agonizing dilemma Woods faces between now and the 60 days before he tees it up in his next tournament.

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After a stunning, comeback, 5-4 overtime win against UMass on Saturday, the Quinnipiac Bobcats Men’s Hockey team was ranked 4th in both the USCHO.com and Inside College Hockey polls today.

It is, needless to say, the highest this school has been ever ranked.

This team is playing out of its minds right now — so much fun to watch — just sensational hockey.

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It turns out a report by TMZ that was replicated on numerous news sites was incorrect.

“Contrary to various media reports, the Florida Highway Patrol has not made any comments regarding the details of the ongoing crash investigation involving Tiger Woods as it relates to medical information, or any other aspect of this investigation,” FHP spokeswoman Kim Montes said in an e-mail.

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This message was posted on tigerwoods.com a little while ago:

Due to injuries sustained in a one-car accident last week, Tiger Woods will be unable to play in the 2009 Chevron World Challenge.

“I am extremely disappointed that I will not be at my tournament this week,” Woods said. “I am certain it will be an outstanding event and I’m very sorry that I can’t be there.”

“We support Tiger’s decision and are confident the strong field and excellent course will provide an exciting week of competition at the Chevron World Challenge, said Greg McLaughlin, Tiger Woods Foundation President & CEO

Woods will not participate in any other tournaments in 2009 and will return to action next year.

The Golf Channel’s Rex Hoggard is reporting that because of headaches and soreness he was advised not to play or travel.

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ESPN.com is reporting the following this morning:

The Florida Highway Patrol is seeking a search warrant for hospital records that would document the treatment Tiger Woods received after an auto accident early Friday morning, TMZ.com has reported, citing unnamed sources.

The Florida state police, according to the Web site’s report, want to determine if the injuries Woods sustained resembled those from an auto accident or domestic violence.

The state police think they can show probable cause of a crime during the events that unfolded Friday, the report said, and the crash remains under investigation.

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I’ll expand on this more on my radio show tomorrow at 4pm et/1pm pt on wqaq.com, but my point tonight is basically this:

Your quote, Tiger, was classic you. You said something, which told us nothing, and was completely evasive. What did this accomplish? Basically nothing.

Come out, tell the truth, play in your tournament, and try to get past this. Now.

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Tiger decided today to cancel the 3rd meeting between him, his wife Elin, and Florida Highway Patrol. And it looks like that meeting won’t happen. The 911 tapes were also released today…all of it was summarized in today’s ESPN.com article, where you can also hear the tapes. The part about the meeting, including a quote from Tiger’s agent is the following:

Sgt. Kim Montes of the Florida Highway Patrol said Woods’ attorney, Mark Nejame, informed the patrol that Woods would not be meeting with troopers Sunday afternoon.

“It has not been rescheduled,” Montes said. “He’s not required by law to give us a statement, and we’ll move forward with our investigation without it.”

Mark Steinberg, Woods’ agent at IMG, said in an e-mail Sunday:

“We have been informed by the Florida Highway Patrol that further discussion with them is both voluntary and optional. Although Tiger realizes that there is a great deal of public curiosity, it has been conveyed to FHP that he simply has nothing more to add and wishes to protect the privacy of his family.”

As to if Tiger will show up at this week’s Chevron World Challenge, that question still has no answer.

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