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"If you look at it realistically, Tigers probably got another 10 years of top golf," Nicklaus said. "Thats 40 majors. Can he win five of them? I think he probably will." Nicklaus went through several major droughts in his career. He didnt win for more than three years between the 1967 U.S. Open and his next title at the 1970 British Open. He went through a similar stretch after his win at the 1975 PGA Championship, not winning major No. 15 until the 1978 British Open. Of course, Nicklaus longest major-less run was a nearly six-year period until his dramatic final title at the 1986 Masters when he was 46 years old. Nicklaus said one major difference between his run and Woods chase is the national attention. Nicklaus didnt even consider the historic context of his run until 1970 when a golf writer mentioned he had just won No. 10 -- and the fourth of his six green jackets -- at the 1972 Masters and trailed then-leader Bobby Jones by three. "I never worried about it," Nicklaus said. "I wasnt thinking about records at the time." Woods goal was crystal clear from the time he began and has been a focus of media and fans. His drought is one of golfs most captivating stories and something he wont escape until he breaks through again, Nicklaus said. "Each time you dont win, obviously, makes it harder," Nicklaus said. These days, the 73-year-old Nicklaus spends most of his recreation time on the tennis court instead of the golf course. He said tennis is everything that golf is not for the casual player -- quick, inexpensive and easy to learn. Nicklaus said golf is losing patrons because it takes too long to play, is difficult to pick up and can be costly. "Were losing people and need to find a way to stop that," he said. Besides, Nicklaus needs the free time to keep up with his 22 grandchildren, who seem to have an athletic event for him to attend nearly every day. His grandson, Nick OLeary, is tight end for No. 8 Florida State tight and he caught three touchdowns in the Seminoles season-opening, 41-13, victory at Pittsburgh earlier this month. Nicklaus said he attends all the Florida State games and expects to be back in South Carolina next month then the Seminoles play at No. 3 Clemson on Oct. 19. Nicklaus said on his last visit to his college Ohio State, he spoke with Buckeyes football coach Urban Meyer and told him hed already gotten tickets to the BCS title game in Pasadena, Calif., next January. When Meyer protested about jinxing Ohio States title run, Nicklaus joked, "Urban, I bought the tickets for Florida State. I hope you get there," he said. "He got a big kick out of that." Should the Seminoles and Buckeyes meet in the Rose Bowl, there wont be any split loyalties. "Ill root for my grandson," Nicklaus said. 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The teams were tied 3-3 when Duclair, a Quebec Remparts forward, scored at 12:26 of the third period to put his side ahead for good. Daniel Audette, Anthony Mantha and Christopher Clapperton also scored for the QMJHL, which traded goals with Russia and never led by more than one. Mark Skutar, Igor Rudenkov and Ivan Barbashev had a goal each for Russia, which next opens a two-game series with the Ontario Hockey League on Thursday. Sebastien Auger stopped 22 saves for the QMJHL, wwhile Russias Igor Shesterkin allowed all four goals on 41 shots. Phillip Gaines Jersey. The first period was busy with the teams splitting two goals apiece. Audette gave the QMJHL a lead just 3:11 into the game, but Russia tied it up on a power-play goal by Skutar at 13:57. Just under three minutes later Mantha restored the lead with a power-play goal of his own, but Rudenkov tied the game with eight seconds left in the period. The QMJHL didnt wait long to grab the lead again. 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