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He was a playoff winner at the Boeing Classic

Madison, WI (SportsNetwork.com) - Gary Andersen is leaving Wisconsin after two seasons to coach Oregon State. Both schools announced the move Wednesday afternoon after Anderson told the Badgers football team of his decision. He will take over for Mike Riley, who left Oregon State after 14 seasons to take the Nebraska job last week. MORE TO FOLLOW. Jaylon Smith Cowboys Jersey .C. -- Duke sophomore Rodney Hood is entering the NBA draft. Michael Irvin Womens Jersey . The league announced Thursday that Tom Higgins is leaving that post effective immediately. http://www.cowboysfootballgearshop.com/ … ce-jersey/ . Dirk Nowitzki scored 25 points, Shawn Marion had 22 and the Mavericks beat undermanned Philadelphia 124-112 Friday night, handing the 76ers their 10th straight loss. 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Not only did Monty win in the United States, but both of his victories this season were major championships, the first of his career on any tour. Lets look at who did what in 2014: PLAYER OF THE YEAR - Bernhard Langer Bernhard Langer had a special season in which he topped the money list, the season-long Charles Schwab Cup race and won two majors. With that stellar season, he was voted player of the year by his peers. Langer made the cut in all 21 starts and posted 18 top-10 finishes, as well as 13 top-5 finishes. He got off to a fast start and never slowed down. Langer won the season- opening event in Hawaii, then shared second place in two of the next three tournaments. Langers third win of the year was also his first major championship victory of 2014. He birdied the second playoff to defeat Jeff Sluman and win the Senior Players Championship. After Colin Montgomerie was a playoff winner at the U.S. Senior Open, Langer opened with a 65 and followed with three more rounds in the 60s en route to a dominating 13-stroke win at the Senior British Open. Langers campaign was so good that he clinched the Charles Schwab Cup race at the penultimate event of the season. Jay Haas returned to the winners circle and had the second-most top-5 and top-10 finishes was also considered, as was Montgomerie. TOURNAMENT OF THE YEAR - Senior British Open It may not have been the closest tournament of the year, but the Senior British Open was the top event of the year thanks to the play of one man. Bernhard Langer had already won three times, including his first major championship title since the 2010 U.S. Senior Open Championship, before heading to Wales for the Senior British Open. Langer fired a 6-under 65 in the opening round of the Senior British to grab a 2-shot lead. Three more rounds in the 60s followed as he dominated the championship. The 57-year-old, who led by eight entering the final round, cruised to a 13- shot win, which was the largest margin of victory in Champions Tour history for a 72-hole event. Among the other events considered were the ACE Group Classic, the Toshiba Classic, the U.S. Senior Open annd the Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach.dddddddddddd ROOKIE OF THE YEAR - Scott Dunlap In late August and early September, Scott Dunlap had one of the hottest stretches of golf on tour all season. He was a playoff winner at the Boeing Classic to earn his first tour title. After sharing 35th at the Shaw Charity Classic, Dunlap finished second at his next two starts. Those four tournaments were part of a six-event stretch in which Dunlap posted 14 of 18 rounds in the 60s and he was a combined 73-under par. Dunlap ended the year 10th on the money list as he posted four top-5 and six top-10 finishes. He earned over $1 million for just the second time in his career, which started on the then Ben Hogan Tour (now Web.com Tour) in 1990. The only other time he topped the $1 million mark was in 2000 when he posted five top-10 finishes on the PGA Tour. Wes Short, Jeff Maggert and Miguel Angel Jimenez, who all won this season, were also considered. Short beat Dunlap in a playoff to win the Quebec City Championship. GOOD YEAR - Jay Haas got back into the winners circle for the first time since 2012 with his win at Rock Barn. He had 12 top-5 and 17 top-10 finishes, which were both second-most on tour behind Bernhard Langer. - Colin Montgomerie earned his first career win in the United States, and his first two major championship titles, as he won the Senior PGA and the U.S. Senior Open. Also took second at the Senior British, but was 15 shots behind Langer. 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