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Faldo: Stats show Europe outplayed U.S.

Nick Faldo joins Cara Banks to give his bottom line on Europe's victory at the 42nd Ryder Cup.

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Big question: Why break up Spieth and Reed?

Get a breakdown of why Jim Furyk may have split up the most iconic U.S. pairing from the 2016 Ryder Cup.

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Rosaforte: Ryder Cup pride is embedded in European golf

Tim Rosaforte believes that the Ryder Cup means something different in Europe than it does in the U.S.

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Chamblee: Tiger lacks support; Phil lacks leadership skills

Frank Nobilo and Brandel Chamblee look at the poor Ryder Cup records of Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson.

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Bjorn reveals he's getting a tattoo

European captain Thomas Bjorn says he's getting a tattoo after winning the Ryder Cup.

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Champagne celebrations: Chasing and spraying

The European team is celebrating with champagne after winning the Ryder Cup.

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Bjorn, Rahm, and Garcia reflect on Spanish influence at Ryder Cup

Thomas Bjorn, Jon Rahm, and Sergio Garcia talk about the Spanish influence at the Ryder Cup.

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Is the home advantage for Ryder Cup too significant?

Nick Faldo talks about the impact of having the home advantage for the Ryder Cup.

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Schofield: European team exceeded expectations

Ken Schofield reacts to Europe's dominating victory in Paris at the 42nd Ryder Cup.

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Poulter, Rose talk about Bjorn's captaincy

Ian Poulter and Justin Rose respond to a question about what made Thomas Bjorn a great captain.