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January
31
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Jevon Kearse
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NFL Playoffs - Uh Oh! (Turning the Jaguars' rap lyric against, the Titans danced past Jacksonville and into their first Super Bowl.), The Clutch (Their offense stalled and time running out, the Rams turned to an unlikely receiver to carry them to Atlanta.), The 2nd Time Around (In Marshall Faulk and Eddie George, both teams have blue-chip backs, but a potent passing game gives the Rams a slight edge in their rematch with the Titans, in Super Bowl XXXIV.) Pro Basketball - Scarred but Not Scared (Despite Spurs concerns, kidney transplant survivor Sean Elliot is determined to return to action.) College Basketball - Penn Ultimate (Scoonie Penn of Ohio State made the big plays as the surging Buckeyes beat Michigan State and St. John's.) Hockey - Hot Shot (Panthers scoring sensation Pavel Bure is at the center of attention in gossip hungry South Florida.)
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April
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L.A. Clipper Fans
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Golf - Vijay Day (With a decisive victory under tough conditions at the Masters Vijay Singh gained a measure of redemption.) Hockey - Aiming High (Contenders and pretenders eye the Stanley Cup. As the playoffs open, here are the answers to 10 pressing questions.) Baseball - Force Three (Kansas City's hard-hitting young outfield consisting of Johnny Damon, Carlos Beltran and Jermaine Dye has stormed to the top.) Pro Football - Mum's His Word (Penn State's Courtney Brown doesn't toot his own horn, but his fine reputation makes him the likely No. draft pick.) Pro Basketball - The Loss Generation (When it comes to sustained ineptitude, no ppo team in history can match the woeful L.A. Clippers.), Up and Down in Beverly Hills (Donald Sterling has been a success as a Los Angeles real estate mogul and a failure as owner of the Clippers.)
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May
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Sports Viewing Families
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The Lineup - Horse Racing - Triple Threat (The Japanese-owned Fusaichi Pegasus started his drive for horse racing's most elusive prize, the Triple Crown, with a spectacular victory in the Kentucky Derby.) Stanley Cup Playoffs - Star Burst (A reengaged Mike Modano was the ringleader as Dallas continued its pursuit of a second straight championship.), Chillin' Out (Usually bellicose Avalanche star Peter Forsberg has kept his cool and gotten hot in the postseason.) Baseball - Change is Good (Though their roster keeps on rotating, the Braves remain the class of the National League.) Pro Football - Rock On (After 612 games, the Matthews clan is proving to the most durable in NFL history.) NBA Playoffs - Spree For All (Knicks fans see once notorious Latrell Sprewell as their team's best hope for beating the Heat.) Tickets - Hey, Fans: Sit On It! (The high cost of attending games may be cooling America's passion for pro sports.) Departments - Letters, Catching Up With..., Faces in the Crowd, The Life of Reilly SI View Scorecard Inside... - Olympic Sports, The NBA, The NHL, Baseball
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June
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Devils & Stars
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The Lineup Devil of a Time (After New Jersey won the Stanley Cup, Patril Elias donned injured linemate Petr Sykora's sweater and made a celebratory call from the ice.) NBA Playoffs - Guiding Star (Led by the indominable Shaquille O'Neal, the Lakers seized a 2-1 lead over the Pacers in the Finals.) Tennis - Hail Mary (The prayers of the newly devout Mary Pierce and of long-suffering French fans were finally answered in Paris.) Baseball - Mighty Mouth (A man of many strong opinions, Red Sox outfielder Carl Everett speaks loudly and carries a big stick.) Pro Football - Young At Heart (Future Hall of Famer Steve Young reflects on his enemy and tells why he's walking away.) Boxing - Gladiator (Oscar De La Hoys has yet to produce a definitive performance proving he has the heart of a great champion.)
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June
26
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Tiger Woods
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The Lineup - NBA Finals - It's a Wrap (Led by Shaquille O'Neal, the Lakers beat the Pacers to win the title with a rousing show in Game 6.) Boxing - L.A. Glory (Sugar Shane Mosley beat hometown rival Oscar De La Hoya and assumed the role of boxing's standard bearer.) Golf - Open and Shut (With a 15-shot win at the U.S. Open, Tiger Woods indisputably turned in the greatest performance in golf history.) Baseball - Storm Center (By seeking more money, slugger Sammy Sosa stirred up a hurricane that may blow him clear out of the Windy City.), Laughing On The Outside (The greatest slugger never to play in the Major Leagues, Josh Gibson, was a jovial teammate but, in the end, a tragic mystery to almost all who knew him.) Departments - Letters, Catching Up With..., Faces in the Crowd, The Life of Reilly S.I. Review Scorecard Inside... - The NBA, Motor Sports, Baseball
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July
17
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Jason Giambi
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The Lineup - Tennis - For The Ages (The past and the future met at Wimbledon as Pete Sampras won his record 13th Grand Slam title and Venus Williams her first.) Pro Basketball - Come Hill or High Water (With the first big catch of the free agent season, the tide turned for Orlando when Grant Hill said he'd sign with the Magic.) Baseball Midseason Report - The Big Bang (The machine-gun burst of home runs is turning mere mortals into power hitting gods.), Setup Men (The pitchers (and their coaches) are the butt of the joke in home-run-heavy highlight shows.), Seeing Is Believing (One eye-popping home run feat has followed another - and there's still half a season to go.), Bay Area Bombers (With an attack based on walks and homers, Jason Giambi and the A's are in the playoff hunt.), Hot to Trot (Edgar Martinez, 37, has caught fire as a home run hitter, while keeping his average over .300.), Magic is Gone (Hitting 30 home runs in a season has lost it's luster, and slams aren't even that grand anymore.), Walk-Off Crazy (Dennis Eckersley's 1993 turn-of-phrase for a game-ending dinger has become a cliche.), Catch This (A game of 20 questions about what lies ahead this year, plus the SI midseason All-Star team.) Departments - Letters, Catching Up With..., Faces in the Crowd, The Life of Reilly SI View, Scorecard, Inside... - Olympics, Baseball, The NHL
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July
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Lance Armstrong
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Track and Field - M-M-M Good! (The world's three best sprinters turned the U.S. Olympic Trials into the Maurice, Marion and Michael Show.), Cycling - Heavenly Ascent (Making a molehill out of a mountain, Lance Armstrong surged toward his second Tour de France win.), Baseball - A Run of Luck (Royals first baseman Mike Sweeney is a big hit after finding his batting stroke, a new position and inner peace.), Pro Football - Together Forever (The Hall of Fame induction of Joe Montana and Ronnie Lott will celebrate their 49ers teams - and friendship.), Special Report - Out of Control (The rising tide of violence and verbal abuse by adults at youth sports events reached its terrible peak this month when Thomas Junta killed a fellow hockey father in Massachusetts.)
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August
21
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Mike Piazza
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Baseball - Catch This! (Mike Piazza leads his team), Manuel Dexterity (Manager Jerry Manuel leads the White Sox) Olympics - Stroke of Luck (Backstroker Lenny Krayzelburg may be the U.S.'s best chance for a swimming Gold) College Football - Big Man on Campus (Tyrone Willingham should be considered for an NFL coaching job) Pro Basketball - A Huge Splash (Point Guard Steve Francis)
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September
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Ryan Leaf
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Pro Football - Recharged (San Diego quarterback Ryan Leaf seems to have put his horrific first two seasons behind him.) Baseball - Historic Quest (In trying to become the first player since Ted Williams to bat .400, Todd Helton of the Rockies is battling long odds.) College Basketball - Domino Effect (By resigning, the North Carolina coach set off a chain reaction that changed many colleagues' lives.) Olympics - Scenes From a Marriage (Pole valuters Viktor Chistiakov and Tatiana Grigorieva gave up their homeland and almost each other for their sport.)
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September
18
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Bob Knight
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College Football - Eric the Great (Eric Crouch leads Nebraska to an overtime win over Notre Dame) Baseball - Bearing Down (The Yankees rip the Red Sox and lead the Division with a cast of newcomers) Tennis - Strokes of Genius (Marat Safin and Venus Williams shine at the U.S. open) College Basketball - Knight Fall (Knight's reign at Indiana comes to an ironic end) Pro Football - On A Rampage (Super Bowl champ St. Louis and Kurt Warner are still tearing up defenses), Follow The Leader (The Ravens, with Tony Banks at QB, are ready to join the ranks of AFC contenders) Summer Olympics - Gotta Catch 'Em All (Graham Trout and the Australia Sports Drug Testing lab have cheaters in their sight)
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September
25
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Megan Quam
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Olympics 2000 - Torch Song (Cynicism about the Games ran high in Sydney until the Olympic flame neared the city, and the citizens fell in love.), Fast Lanes (Australia's Ian Thorpe ws the hit of a record-smashing pool party until others began horning in on his fun.), Testing the Waters (Triathlon, one of the new events in Sydney and one of the toughest, set the tone for a high-spirited Games.), Mighty Mite (Tiffeny Milbrett gave the U.S. Women's soccer team a kick start.) Baseball - Straight A's Student (Oakland's Tim Hudson is the class of young pitchers.) College Football - Very Upsetting (UCLA and quarterback Ryan McCann beat a top team - again.) Pro Football - Up and Running (Brian Griese and the Broncos have reversed their fortunes.) Sports Journalism - Heavyweight Champion of the World (In an era of celebrated sportswriters in the U.S., W.C. Heinz may have been the best.)
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October
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Marion Jones
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Olympics 2000 - The Start of Something Big (Marion Jone's drive for five began brilliantly then came the bad news.), Double Take (The strong U.S. swimmers' biggest surprise was a dead heat.), Blessings in Disguise (Sydney's most rewarding views some when you look behind the curtain.), American Beauties (In the first Games to give a squat about women lifters, the U.S. got two medals.), Fumbling Exercises (The all-around gymnastics competition for women was a fiasco.), Payback Time (To win cycling's match sprint, Marty Northstein of the U.S. beat an old foe.), Bent on Winning (A U.S. woman won a rare platform diving gold,), Beach Party (A good-time attitude seperates beach volleyball from the rest of the Games.), Wild Ride (At the mountain biking venue hazards ranged from magpies to dinosaurs.), Face Value (A disputed goal gave Australia gold medal in women's water polo.), In Love and War (Team hanball stars are the first spouses to play each other in the Games.) Pro Football - Guiding Light (Everything's flowing the way of the Jets, who beat the Bucs to run their record to 4-0.), Coming of Age (Sam Cowart has emerged as the star of the Bills' unsung defense.) College Football - Young Man Rivers (Freshman quarterback Philip Rivers has kept North Carolina State rolling.) Baseball - He's the Manny (In the battle for the playoffs, the Indians rely on Manny Ramirez.)
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October
9
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Kurt Warner
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Olympics 2000 - The Wonder (Fireworks and the drug controversy), Running Amok (Track and Field plans gone awry), Golden Gallery (Seven victors in words and pictures) Pro Football - Well Armed (Kurt Warner) Baseball - How The West Was Won (The A's and Jason Giambi), Weekend Warrior (Mariners needing Alex Rodriguez to come out of a slump) College Football - Too Good to Be True (Marcus Houston from Colorado) Hockey - Check It Out (Experts discussing what is wrong with it)
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October
16
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Jim Edmonds
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Baseball Playoffs - Catching Fire (The Cardinals, led by the red-hot Jim Edmunds, beat the Braves three straight.), Well Met (New York relied on unlikely heroes to knock off the Giants in four games.), Hurting Big (Frank Thomas and the rest of the White Sox fizzled as the Mariners swept.), Hanging In (In a triumph of experience over hope, the Yankees edged the youthful A's.) College Football - Storm Warning (QB Ken Dorsey guided the Miami Hurricanes to an upset of No. 1 Florida.) Pro Football - A Smash Hit (The defensive unit of the surprising Dolphins is playing to rave reviews.) NHL 2000-01 - C-Worthy (A captain in the NHL can wield as much influence over his teammates as the coach.), Captain Kid (The Lightning made 19-year-old Vincent Lecavalier the youngest captain in NHL history.), Scouting Reports (The Avalanche and the Maple Leafs will emerge to meet in the Stanley Cup finals. We tell you why and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of all 30 teams.) Departments - Letters, Catching Up With..., SI View, Scoreboard, Faces in the Crowd, The Life of Reilly Inside... - College Football, The NBA, The NFL
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October
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Special Olympic
Commemorative
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The Games: Day by Day: - Day 1" Greatest Show on Earth (Opening Day ceremonies), Day 2: Wild About Water (A breathtaking night in the pool was a fittingly festive occasion for the amphibious Australians), Day 3: An Exquisite Tortue (Triathlon), Day 4: Current Attraction (Canoe and kayak), Day 5: Beware the Beam (Balance beam), Day 6: A Ride to Redemption (Sprint cycling), Day 7: Turn Out the Lights (Dream Team looking like a tired act), Day 8: Unsynchronized Swimming (Not very competitive), Day 9: Time Capsule (Marion Jones wins the 100 meters), Day 10: High Marks (10-meter platform), Day 11: Tears in the Sand (Beach Volleyball), Day 12: Pulling Punches (U.S. boxers), Day 13: Win One for the Skipper (Baseball), Day 14: Golden Game (Women'soccer), Day 15: Back to Earth (Marion Jones tries for five Gold Medals), Day 16: The Last Clash (The U.S and Australia on the basketball court), Day 17: "The Best Gold" (Marathon), Final Results
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October
18
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Special Olympic
Commemorative
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The Games: Day by Day: - Day 1" Greatest Show on Earth (Opening Day ceremonies), Day 2: Wild About Water (A breathtaking night in the pool was a fittingly festive occasion for the amphibious Australians), Day 3: An Exquisite Tortue (Triathlon), Day 4: Current Attraction (Canoe and kayak), Day 5: Beware the Beam (Balance beam), Day 6: A Ride to Redemption (Sprint cycling), Day 7: Turn Out the Lights (Dream Team looking like a tired act), Day 8: Unsynchronized Swimming (Not very competitive), Day 9: Time Capsule (Marion Jones wins the 100 meters), Day 10: High Marks (10-meter platform), Day 11: Tears in the Sand (Beach Volleyball), Day 12: Pulling Punches (U.S. boxers), Day 13: Win One for the Skipper (Baseball), Day 14: Golden Game (Women'soccer), Day 15: Back to Earth (Marion Jones tries for five Gold Medals), Day 16: The Last Clash (The U.S and Australia on the basketball court), Day 17: "The Best Gold" (Marathon), Final Results
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October
23
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Rick Gannon
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Pro Football - Just Winning, Baby (The Raiders are 5-1) Soccer - Double Time (Chris Armas gave his all in the MLS final) Baseball - N.Y., N.Y. (The possibility of a subway series), Bang for the Bucs (The wackiest World Series of them all ends with a Bill Mazeroski's epic home run) College Football - Sooner Rather Than Later (Oklahoma seems to be on the road to recovery)
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November
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Quentin Griffin
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College Football - More Than O.K. (Oklahoma beats Nebraska and moves to the top of the polls), Meet The Candidate (TCU and LaDamainian Tomlinson) Baseball - The Toast of the Town (Derek Jeter is on top of New York) Pro Football - Run to Glory (At mid-season the hottest teams are the ones that can move the ball on the ground) Horse Racing - Silky Smooth (Jerry Bailey is moving to the top of the jockey ranks since he has stopped drinking) Pro Baskebtall - Dallas Maverick (Owner Mark Cuban<
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November
13
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Eddie George
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Pro Football - Simply the Best (The Titans seem to always find a way to win) Pro Basketball - It's About Time (Allen Iverson is following the rules set down by the 76ers and the team is winning) Boxing - Takes Tua to Tango (David Tua is getting ready to fight Lennox Lewis) College Football - Eager Beaver (Talking to Ken Simonton of Oregon State can cover a lot of ground) Special - Code Breakers (West Point kicked out a group of players in 1951, including Coach Red Blaik's son, for violating the Honor Code but who really acted dishonorably?)
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November
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Shane Battier
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The Lineup - Pro Football - Brute Force (The Saints, minus Ricky Williams, will have to lean hard on their tough defense.) Boxing - Bad Hair Day (David Tua's 'do and his power were undone by the jabs of champion Lennox Lewis.) College Football - Rip Van Weinke (At 28, Florida State's Chris Weinke is chasing a second national crown and the Heisman.) Hockey - Up Against It (In an exclusive interview, Marty McSorley talks of his suspension, longest in NHL history.) College Basketball - The Players' Chooice Awards (In this election year, SI asked panels of players to cast their votes for the best and worst in the game.), Player's Player (A poll of his peers showed that Duke's Shane Battier, who's almost too good to be true, is their pick for player of the year.), Hidden Talents (Look carefully. Many of the most promising pro prospects play at school's where few fans get to see them.), Scouting Reports (ACC and Big Ten powers pick SI's Top 5, but can any of them play with mighty Arizona.), UConn Icon (No matter how she wears her hair, two-time All-America forward Svetlana Abrosimova has the look of a winner.), Women's Scouting Reports (Connecticut is poised to rear to a second connsecutive crown.), All Points Bulletin (If you seek peerless playmaking, the best place to look is New York City, where Andre Barrett, Taliek Brown and Omak Cook are continuing a venerable tradition.) Departments - Letters, SI View, Scorecard, Faces in the Crowd, The Life of Reilly Inside... - College Football, The NFL, The NBA
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November
27
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Travis Minor
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Pro Football - The Mouth That Soared (Defensive End Hugh Douglas of the Eagles) Baseball - Sight for Sore Eyes (Bruce Florie of the Red Sox recovers from a batted ball against his face) College Football: Intrastate Rivalries - Uncivil Wars (Four games last week between in-state foes with big implications), Duck Soup (Oregon State beats Oregon), Sour Apple (The Apple Cup between Washington State and Washington), Drew Crew (The receivers for Drew Brees and Purdue), The Votes Are In (Florida State beats Florida and moves up in the BCS Poll)
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December
11
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Lamar Smith
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College Basketball - Crying Foul (College basketball's rules makers have instructed the refs to crack down real hard on rough play.), Pro Football - Taming the Beast (The Dolphins may employ a boring style, but they are making an exciting title run in the ferocious AFC East.), Heart and Soul (Curtis Martin's desire to excell for the Jets is equaled only by his wish to find lasting happiness off the field.), Pro Basketball - My Way or the Highway (In his fourth season as majordomo of the Celtics, Rick Pitino has yet to stop screaming or start winning.), Baseball - Winning Pitch (The $88.5 million helped, but it was a telephone call from manager Joe Torre that drew Mike Mussina to the Yankees.), College Football - The Invisible Man (Friends thought they knew Yale's famed Heisman Trophy winner Larry Kelley - until he took his own life.)
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December
25
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Chris Rock
Hockey - Masked Man (The Sharks' Evgeni Nabokov heads a class of unheralded goaltenders who have made surprisingly spectacular starts) College Football - Conqueror (Led by well-traveled Josh Heupel, an undersized but unflappable quarterback, Oklahoma will play for its first national championship in 15 years) Pro Football - True To His Word (Four weeks after coach Jim Fassel made a bold playoff guarantee, the Giants clinched the NFC East crown with a victory over the Cowboys), Pain Reliever (Hurting after the loss of their star runner and starting quarterback, the Saints have found that Aaron Brooks is just what the doctor ordered) College Basketball - Troy Story (There's a lot of kid in Notre Dame's star forward Troy Murphy, but he's leading the Fighting Irish back to respectability) Departments - Letters, Catching Up With.., SI View, Scorecard, Faces In The Crowd, The Life Of Reilly Inside... - The NBA, The NHL, The NFL Real Fans Rock - Faces In The Crowd (Here's a tip of the cap to the paying customer), Endless Love (These fans have vowed to cherish and honor, in championships and in droughts), Field Notes (SI polled pro athletes to see how the fans stack up - and to pick up a few choice lines), The Mile High Club (Denver diehards are bonded by passion for the Broncos)
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