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January
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Clinton Portis
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College Football - Hurricane Force (Miami blows out Nebraska to remain unbeaten), King of Fling (Quarterback Joey Harrington), Bowl Bonanza (Highlights and lowlights aplenty in the 25 bowl games) College Basketball - State of Anxiety (Kentucky worries about it's team) Pro Football - True Grit (Garrison Hearst wouldn't quit in college and he is now playing a big role in the 49ers backfield0 Pro Basketball - Clipper Hip (Elton Brand)
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January
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Michael Jordan
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Pro Football - In Control (Questions as the playoffs begin), Pro Basketball - Three's a Charm (Michael Jordan is playing well for the Wizards), Hockey - Midseason Report Baseball - Home Runner (Mike Cameron loves Seattle but not as much as back home in Georgia), Locker Room - Clubhouse Confidential (Good and bad things can happen when alpha males get together in a confined space)
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January
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SI Jinx
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Power Plays (The big surprise in the wild-card round was the emphatic statements made by the four victorious teams, the Eagles, Packers, Raiders and Ravens.), High Times (Five years after he says he last smoked heroin, Jere Karalahti, a defenseman for the Kings, looks back on his days on drugs with dreamy fondness.), Hey, Old-timer (Following several frustrating seasons in the league, savvy veteran Jermaine O'Neal has become a force for the Pacers. So what if he's only 23?), Old Black Magic (Millions of readers - and many athletes - believe that an appearance on SI's cover is the kiss of death. But is there really such a thing as the SI Jinx?)
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January
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SI Jinx
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Power Plays (The big surprise in the wild-card round was the emphatic statements made by the four victorious teams, the Eagles, Packers, Raiders and Ravens.), High Times (Five years after he says he last smoked heroin, Jere Karalahti, a defenseman for the Kings, looks back on his days on drugs with dreamy fondness.), Hey, Old-timer (Following several frustrating seasons in the league, savvy veteran Jermaine O'Neal has become a force for the Pacers. So what if he's only 23?), Old Black Magic (Millions of readers - and many athletes - believe that an appearance on SI's cover is the kiss of death. But is there really such a thing as the SI Jinx?)
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January
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Jason Kidd
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NFL Divisional Playoffs - Over The Top (Stories of the games that set up the Conference Finals) Hockey - A Bear of a Player (Joe Thornton is fulfilling his promise), College Basketball - Hell Week (An inside look at how Kansas dealt with playing three ranked teams in eight days), Pro Basketball - A Clean Start (Jason Kidd deals with his off-court problems)
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February
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Apolo Ohno
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NFL Playoffs - Patriot Missiles (Lightening strikes from special teams and laser passes from Drew Bledsoe put New England on the road to New Orleans.), Marshall Plan (The Rams rode Marshall Faulk to victory over the Eagles, but who will star next for St. Louis is anybody's guess.), Basketball - Graced Land (Memphis, which long burned with love for the college game, now has a pro club, too, as well as two stars would be king.), Home Team (Their household riven by mental illness, Illinois's Brian Cook and his mom have held on to each other for dear life.), Tennis - A Real Hottie (Jennifer Capriati overcame the wilting heat and Martina Hinges to win her second consecutive Australian Open.), Winter Olympic Preview - Advantage USA (When the Salt Lake City Winter Games open next week, the American team will be shooting for a record medal haul.), Clear and Present Danger (The Games are a high-speed, high-risk thrillfest. Fear of a career-ending crash is never far from athletes' minds.), Attacking Grizzly (The aptly named downhill sourse is a beast of a layout that will challenge skiers with elevator-shaft drops and knifing turns.), Launch of Apolo (He defies the image of Olympic golden boy, but pack speed skater Apolo Ohno of the U.S. could become the Games' biggest star.), She's Gotta Have It (Figure Skater Irina Slutskaya of Russia has trailed the U.S.'s Michelle Kwan in four worlds and one Games, a habit she's set to break.), Canada Better Not Lose (After a 50-year Olympic gold medal drought in hockey, the nation that invented the sport is obsessed with winning.), Who'll Win (Can Americans Jean Racine and Gea Johnson overcome controversy to take the first women's bobsledding gold? Here's SI's medal picks.)
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February
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LeBron James
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Olympics 2002: Ring in the Rings (The Games begin), Aerodynamic (U.S. does well in the Halfpipe), Grizzley Bear (Fritz Strobl wins the Downhill) Pro Basketball: Poll Sitters (Questions for the season sofar), Baseball: Anchors Aweigh (Texas catcher Ivan Rodriguez ready to prove that he is shipshape), High School Basketball: Ahead of His Class (LeBron James), College Basketball Reversal of Fortunes (Missouri guard Kareem Rush)
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February
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Chris Witty
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Spin City (First Daytona 500 after Dale Earnhardt's death), A Wonderful Life (Point Guard Dan Dickau of Gonzanga), Speed Thrills (Olympics 2002), Ticket to Paradise (Watching the Winter Games), Thorny Issue (Figure Skating Scandal), Fall Fashions (What to wear when you slip and fall)
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March
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Sarah Hughes
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Olympics 2002 - Gold Rush (Why the U.S. had a record medal haul), The Great Ones (Canada and it's handpicked team wins at ice hockey), Golden Gates (Janica Kostelic of Croatia wins four medals in skiing), Head Turner (Sarah Hughes wins a gold in figure skating), Pro Basketball - Sweet Excess (The Mavericks of the NBA make a seven-player deal), Baseball - Stoop to Conquer (Dodgers catcher Paul Lo Duca tries to impress), Special Report - The Indian Wars (Do Indian names and mascots really offend?)
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March
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Charles Barkley
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Pro Basketball - Citizen Barkley (Charles Barkley talks), Baseball - Tino's Happy Landing (Tino Martinez goes to St. Louis Cardinals), College Basketball - Sam I Am (Sam Clancy and USC basketball team), Hockey - A Man in Full (NHL's Jarome Iginla), Special Report - The Jayson Williams Shooting, Coyote Hunting - Dog-Eat-Dog World
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March
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NCAA Tournament - The 3 is Key (Three-point shooting), The Brackets (Picking the winners), Back From the Dead (Women's where Oklahoma is a favorite ten years after shutting down it's program), Baseball - How He's Grown (Jeff Burroughs is this year's can't-miss rookie), Last Swing (The Expos, playing out the string), Hockey - Small Wonders (Undersized NHL players doing just fine), Pro Football - Hello, Miami (New Dolphin Ricky Williams), Motor Sports - Just Racin' (Sterling Marlin leads NASCAR), Pro Basketball - Whither Kobe? (Kobe Bryant is changing personality-wise), Power Trip (The nasty Forwards in the West)
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March
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Jason Giambi
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NCAA Tournament - A Method to the Madness (Each team measures postseason success differently. Here's our take on who were the Week One winners and losers).Golf - Tiger Time (With Spring in the air and the Masters nearing, Tiger Woods shook off winter doldrums and won at Bay Hill for the third straight year), Pro Football - Steve Spurrier ("I came here to see if we can pitch it around in the NFL. I don't see why we can't" says the newly installed coach of the Redskins), Baseball Preview - Hitters Rule (With better tools and texhniques, batters now reign), The Big Stick (A new stance turned Luis Gonzales into a feared slugger), Good Wood (Here's a collection of vintage bats for hitting connoisseurs), Me and My Bat (A batter like Sammy Sosa feels deeply for his most important partner), Against the Grain (Maple has given hitters a more durable alternative to ash), Scouting Reports (Here's how we rank the teams)
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April
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The Death of a Fan
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Final Four Preview - Power Ball (Forget Cinderella, it's NB-caliber big men who give Indiana, Kansas, Maryland and Oklahoma potential winning tickets in the NCAA's), Wrestling - Perfect! (Iowa State Cael Sanderson closed out his sensational career with an unpreccedented 159-0 record and his fourth NCAA title), Pro Basketball - A Season Full of Fight (Thoughed weighed down by fatigue, Alonzo Mourning keeps battling rival centers, more than holding his own while uplifting the Heat), Baseball - Country Mile (He's raw and strikes out too, but the Reds smalltown slugger, Adam Dunn, can hit the ball a long way), Special Report - Death of a Fan (The deflected puck that felled Brittanie Cecil left a smallOhio town reeling and the rest of us wondering about a tragedy that didn't have to happen), Put Up the Net (Spectators don't want views obstructed, but protecting fans, as European leagues do, should be an NBA priority)
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April
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Juan Dixon
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Final Fours - Staggering! (Maryland beats Indiana for the Men's title), Flat-Out Perfect (Connecticut women win title) Baseball - Ace in a Hole (Pedro Martinez does not do well on Opening Day) Pro Basketball - Friends of the Court (Posses of NBA players) Hockey - King of the Ice (Goalie Patrick Roy) College Football - Lying in Wait (Was the price George O'Leary paid for a few lies too high)
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April
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Tom Brady
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Pro Football - Cool Customer (Tom Brady is trying to learn to live with fame), Prisoner of Conscience (A jailhouse interview with Jim Brown) Baseball - Would You Believe 80 (Barry Bonds has a hot start to the season) Hockey - The Wait is Over (Minnesota wins it's first NCAA title) Pro Basketball - Ahead of the Game (Geoff Petrie and his talent judgements) Motor Sports - After the Miracle (Alex Zanardi rehabs after losing his legs)
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April
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Tiger Woods
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Golf: Killer Instinct (With his second straight Masters title in sight, Tiger Woods showed no mercy in pursuit of the green jacket.), Pro Football: Breaking Through (In a draft deep in defensive linemen, North Carolina's Ryan Sims is emerging from the shadow of his All-America teammate.), Pro Basketball: Laker Diary (Two world championships, and a guy still can't fit into his seat on the plane or the elevators at New York's Plazy Hotel.), NBA Playoff Preview: Three the Hard Way (The Lakers made it look easy while winning two rings in a row, but there are reasons to believe a third title is no sure thing.), Baseball: Keep Rolen? (Amid doubts about how long he'll be playing for the Phillies, hard-charging third baseman Scott Rolen continues to excel.), Stanley Cup Preview: Ice Age (Thirty-seven-year-old Brett Hull and 36-year-old Luc Robitaille have helped make the Red Wings the favorites.)
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April
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Tiger Woods
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Golf: Killer Instinct (With his second straight Masters title in sight, Tiger Woods showed no mercy in pursuit of the green jacket.), Pro Football: Breaking Through (In a draft deep in defensive linemen, North Carolina's Ryan Sims is emerging from the shadow of his All-America teammate.), Pro Basketball: Laker Diary (Two world championships, and a guy still can't fit into his seat on the plane or the elevators at New York's Plazy Hotel.), NBA Playoff Preview: Three the Hard Way (The Lakers made it look easy while winning two rings in a row, but there are reasons to believe a third title is no sure thing.), Baseball: Keep Rolen? (Amid doubts about how long he'll be playing for the Phillies, hard-charging third baseman Scott Rolen continues to excel.), Stanley Cup Preview: Ice Age (Thirty-seven-year-old Brett Hull and 36-year-old Luc Robitaille have helped make the Red Wings the favorites.)
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April
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Kenyon Martin
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Good and Nasty (Kenyon Martin walking the line between tough and dirty), Anatomy of a Draft (The draft of Jerry Jones and the Cowboys), Prize Catch (Twins outfielder Torii Hunter), Ballydoyle Mystery (Heading for the Derby), An Unforgiving Mountain (Four adventurers try to ski from the peak of Alaska's Mount St. Elias to the sea)
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May
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Dirk Nowitzki
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Pro Basketball - Simply Marvelous! (Dallas Mavericks sweep Minnesota), Pro Football - Drew's Crew (Drew Bledsoe is the toast of the town in Buffalo), Hockey - Down and Dirty (Postseason play has become ugly), Rugby - Papa Bear (Cal and coach Jack Clark are two wins from 12th straight national championship), Baseball - Hi, Sierra (Reuben Sierra signs with Seattle), Boxing Special - The Outlaw Brawl That Started it All (John L. Sullivan and Jake Kilrain in 1889)
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May
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Trevor Hoffman
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Winning Ticket (War Emblem wins the Kentucky Derby), Case Closed (Closer Trevor Hoffman), Building Block (NFL's Tony Boselli), Special Delivery (Japanese pitcher Kazuhisa Ishii of the Dodgers), Taking Carolina by Storm (NHL playoffs), Empty-Nest Syndrome (NBA Charlotte Hornets about to leave town), Pipeline Dreams (Artic National Wildlife Refuge)
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May
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Mike Tyson
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Boxing - All The Rage (Mike Tyson) NBA Playoffs - Yellow Woes of Texas (The Lakers take a 3-1 lead over San Antonio) Baseball - Junior Achievement (The Reds seem to be doing OK without Ken Griffey, Jr.) NHL Playoffs - Party Crashers (Skating through the crease) Pro Football - A Small Miracle (Priest Holmes does well with Kansas City) World Cup - Soccer's Sorcerer (Bora Milutinovic is now coaching in China)
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May
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Clint Mathis
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NBA Playoffs - 4th-Quarter Horses (Each team needs a thoroughbred to take it through the playoffs) NHL Playoffs - Prince of Darkness (Chris Chelios gives the Red Wings what they need), One More Chance (Toronto's Gary Roberts is back) Horse Racing - Triple Threat (Now that War Emblem has won the Preakness, can he win the Belmont) Baseball - A Swing and a Prayer (Mike Lowell has beaten cancer and is better than ever) World Cup Preview - Goal Digger (Clint Mathis of the U.S.), Viva Italia (Picks for the games) Sports Agents - The Arn of the Deal (Agent Arn Tellem)
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June
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Special Report - Totally Juiced (The use of steroids in Major League Baseball), NBA Playoffs - Center Stage (Comic opera between Vlade Divac and Shaquille O'Neal), Wrestling - Feet First (Olympic Gold Medalist Rulon Gardner recovers from frostbite), Auto Racing - Indy-Structible (This year's Indy 500 race), NHL Playoffs - Cool as Ice (The money players that thrive in the post-season), Tennis: The Seven-Year Itch (Martina Hingis tries to decide whether she wants to work her way back)
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June
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Shaquille O'Neal
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NBA Finals - The Shaq Factor (Shaquille O'Neal)World Cup - Seismic Shift (U.S. more of a factor in soccer) Horse Racing - Beaten at the Start (War Emblem beaten by Sarava in the Belmont) Boxing - Lights Out (Lennox Lewis beats Mike Tyson) Stanley Cup - Senior Class (Red Wings beat Hurricanes) Tennis - The Two and Only (Venus and Serena Williams at the French Open) Baseball - Both Sides Now (Atlanta pitcher Tom Glavine regains his mastery)
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June
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Landon Donovan
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NBA Finals - Laker Heaven (The sky is the limit for these three-time champs), Stanley Cup - Reign Men (Red Wings win third title in six years), Golf - Halfway Home (Tiger goes wire-to-wire to win U.S. open), Pro Football - Achtung! (Germans show their passion for American football), World Cup - World Class (U.S. team makes it to the Elite Eight for the first time in 72 years), Baseball - Mystery Man (Montreal's Jose Vidro), Tennis - The Lone Wolf (Pancho Gonzalez)
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July
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Dale Earnhardt Jr.
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Baseball - Heartbroken (Death of St. Louis pitcher Darryl Kile) Soccer - Now the Hard Part (Will the MLS succeed after the World Cup run) Pro Basketball - The Sky's The Limit (Sue Bird) College Baseball - Street Tough (Huston Street joins his dad as a Texas Longhorn legend) Boxing - Viva Mexico! (Marco Antonio Barrera vs Erik Morales) Motor Sports - NASCAR Nation 0
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July
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Ichiro Suzuki
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Golf - Grand Plan (Signs point to Toger winning the British Open), Soccer - Seize the Day (Ronaldo leads Brazil to the World Cup title) Pro Basketball - Double Dealing (The Cavaliers draft day scheme) Midseason Baseball Report - The Ichiro Paradox (Seattle's Ichiro: good for American baseball, bad for Japanese), The Right Stuff (Six National League righthanders), Lowe and Behold (Derek Lowe does well as a Boston starter), All the Answers (Predictions and guesses), Suicide Squeeze (Selig controlling the Player's Union)
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July
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Ted Williams
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The Lineup - Baseball - Teddy Ballgame (With Ted William's death, the author reflects on encounters with the Splendid Splinter over half a century.), Damn Yankees (Already packed with power and loaded with pitching, the first-place Bombers dealt for a slugger and an ace.) Tennis - Serves & Follies (At the weiderest Wimbledon in ages, form finally held as Lleyton Hewitt and Serena Williams cut down the field.) Where Are They Now - Nobody's Perfect (But Us) (The '72 Dolphins, who went 17-0, say they were the best team ever.), After The Fall (Eighteen years after colliding with Mary Decker at the Olympics, Zola Budd has again found joy in running.), King Without a Castle (The grave Oscar Robertson is a man without a team - or a role in basketball.), Playing a New Tune (Music is serving as the second verse in the lives of the former athletes.), Whack Daddy (Onetime power potentate Cecil Fielder has spawned the mighty Prince, a possible future home-run king.), Hallowed Grounds (At the beach or the mall, you might be on the sight of a storied sports venue.), Lost & Found (O.K., we'll bite. Who's servin' up hot wings? Nolan's steak sauce?), First and Fearless (After 30 years of Title IX, we catch up with four pioneering sportswomen.), Still Golden (Football Hall of Famer Paul Hornung has transferred his Midas touch to his business enterprises.), Man of a Century (Negro leagues legend Double Duty Radcliffe, nemisis of Ty Cobb, remains the life of the party at 100.) Departments - Leading Off, Letters (Our readers on soccer coverage), Contributors, Air and Space (Long after their funeral, the Twins trive), Scorecard (To P.J. O'Rourke, athletes who go into politics are slumming: Ted William's family fights over what to do with remains: So you want to know how to catch catfish with your hands: If Felilx Trinidad is really calling it quits, we say good for him), Faces in the Crowd, The Life of Reilly (Stifle it, Johnny Mac. Either Williams sister would spank you) Inside... - Motor Sports (Gordon ready to get off schneid: All about one-race sponsorships: SI's second half predictions), Baseball (Tough season for managers: Expos rookie leadoff man shines: Three veteran starters struggle)
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August
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David Carr
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Pro Football - Choosing Sides (The NFL has a rivalry in the state of Texas), Baseball - 600 and Counting (Barry Bonds hits his 600th home run), Atlanta's Endgame (The Braves with closer John Smoltz are tearing up the National League) Beach Volleyball - Dig This! (Better days are ahead now that TV has noticed them) College Football - Block Party (Miami's offensive line and Coach Art Kehoe) Golf - Major Issues (Phil Mickelson)
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September
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Randy Moss
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Youth Baseball - Kids Are All Right (The sport is thriving with the Little League and Cal Ripken Baseball) Major Leagues - Straighter A's (Oakland is playing better since a May housecleaning) Tennis - Who's That Girl (The WTA welcomes Simonya Popova) NFL Preview 2002 - How Good Can Randy Moss Be (The Vikings hope to find out), Take It From the Top, Kid (Rookie quarterback David Carr), Is He Up to the Test (Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis), Hey Coach, More Power to You (Butch Davis of the Browns), Scouting Reports
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September
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Jon Gruden and Warren Sapp
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Baseball - The Lone Ranger (Alex Rodriguez is the game's best player), The Chosen One (Sandy Koufax and the 1965 World Series) Pro Football - Coach Chucky (The Bucs Coach Gruden) Tennis - Going, Going... (The U.S. Open and Monica Seles and Pete Sampras) Golf - Life of the Party (Golfer Rich Beem) Pro Basketball - That Old L.A. Magic (The Sparks seize a second straight WNBA title)
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October
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Detroit Red Wings
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Baseball - Upset Specials (Underdogs win the early rounds of the playoffs), Final Four Scouting (Scouts have their say concerning the four teams in the Championship Series) Pro Football - Raider Family Values (Oakland chief executive Amy Trask is the most powerful woman in the NFL) College Football - The Eyes of Texas (The Longhorns ready themselves for Oklahoma) Track and Field - Going That Extra Mile (Runner Paula Radcliffe) NHL Preview 2003 - The Invaders (It's a special breed that plays harder, tougher and smarter in enemy arenas), Unwelcome Visitor (Hurricanes winger Jeff O'Neill), Scouting Reports
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October
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Oklahoma-Texas
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College Football - No. 1 Priority (Miami struggled against Florida State so the door is open) Baseball - Seventh Heaven (The Angels beat the Twins to advance to the World Series), Giant Steps (San Francisco wins over the Cardinals to advance) Motor Sports - Road Rage (NASCAR points leader Tony Stewart) Pro Football - Cool Brees (Drew Brees helps Charger fans to erase bitter memories) Book Excerpt - The Punch (25 years after Kermit Washington hit Rudy Tomjanovich)
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November
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Angels World Series
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Baseball - Classic Comeback (The Angeles rally in Game 6 and win it all in Game 7) Pro Football - Emmitt's Domain (Emmitt Smith becomes the leading rusher in NFL history) College Football - Still Standing (Eight teams stand without a loss, but are at the mercy of the BCS computer) Overrated/Underrated - Bar-Stool Brawl (Who is overrated and who is underrated)
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November
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Joey Harrington
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NFL Midseason Report - These Kids Can Play (Tom Brady leads the best crop of young quarterbacks to hit the league in two decades.), Detroit's Darling (Rookie Joey Harrington has all the tools to bring real hope to the fans of the long-lost Lions.) Horse Racing - The Sure Thing (Did a horseplayer luck-out or cheat to hit the Breeders Cup $3 million Pick Six jackpot?) College Football - Upset Saturday (Four unbeatens were toppled last weekend as the gap between the top teams and the rest narrowed.) Hockey - Sweet Sorrow (Gordie Howe can only watch and grieve as his wife slowly succumbs to a rare brain disorder.) Pro Basketball - Hello, NewOrleans! (The NBA returned to the Big Easy after 23 years, but how long will the buzz about the Hornets last?) Demolition Derby - Crash Courses (For nasty rivalries, earsplitting noise and bone-rattling collisions, nothing beats the Ohio derbies.)
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November
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Jason Gardner & Luke Walton
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College Basketball Preview 2002-03 - Just Do It Right (College hoops has a fundamental problem: lousy fundamentals.), All-Old-School Team (A quaint quintet in this hip-hop world has textbook moves.), Basically Dazzling (Two Kansas stars play the game the right way. And it's fun to watch.), Professor Hoops (Charlie Cole's basketball course at Miami (Ohio) is a full-court test.), Scouting Reports (We rate the 65 teams with the best chances of making the NCAA tournament - led by No. 1 Arizona.), Devil's Due (Duke's Alana Beard is out to make UConn and Tennessee pay.), Fast Times (Watch for Duke to sprint to the top of the women's game this season.), The Olden Rules (James Naismith first wrote hsi 13 precepts of basketball in 1891.) College Football - Winning Ugly (Ohio State is doing just enough to get to the Fiesta. Next: Michigan.) Pro Football - How's It Going, Steve? (Redskin's coach Steve Spurrier's wide-open offense isn't working.), Pro Basketball - Reappearing Act (Orlando's Grant Hill is finally healthy again, but for how long.) High School Sports, Part II - Ultimate Jock School (The education is intensive at IMG Academics, where sports come first.)
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December
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Maurice Clarett
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Next Stop: Fiesta Bowl (Ohio State beats Michigan), The Amazing Annika (Golfer Annika Sorenstam wins her 13th tournament of the year), Class Struggle (High School Sports - Part III), Generally Electric (Falcons Quarterback Michael Vick), Smashing the Mold (The Mavs with Dirk Nowitzki are the class of the NBA), Soul Survivor (Washington State's Devard Darling plays for his lost identical twin)
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December
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Ricky Williams
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Pro Football - Faces of the NFL (Photos of the games greatest players), College Football - Hand Him The Heisman (USC's Carson Palmer), Hockey - The Late Shift (N.Y. Ranger Mark Messier), Sailing - Ships of Fools (Unusual actions of the men trying to qualify for the America's Cup), The Game of a Lifetime (High School Sports, Part IV)
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December
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Ricky Williams
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Pro Football - Faces of the NFL (Photos of the games greatest players), College Football - Hand Him The Heisman (USC's Carson Palmer), Hockey - The Late Shift (N.Y. Ranger Mark Messier), Sailing - Ships of Fools (Unusual actions of the men trying to qualify for the America's Cup), The Game of a Lifetime (High School Sports, Part IV)
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December
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Lance Armstrong
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Sportsman of the Year - Lance Armstrong (For his courage and commitment - not to mention his fourth straight Tour de France victory - SI salutes the ultimate road warrior.), Images of Greatness (A gallery of photos and SI covers encompassing all the Sportsman (and women) of the Year since the first, Roger Bannister, in 1954.), Pro Football - Tampa Takes Charge (On a Sunday of pivotal division matchups, the Bucs made the biggest statement by battering the Falcons.), (Pass-happy Oakland is the team to beat in the AFC.), (Steve McNair carried the Titans past the Colts.), Pro Hockey - Mighty Marty (With his aggressive, high-stick style, the Stars' Marty Turco is playing goalie like nobody else.), College Basketball - Another Irish Surprise (Forget about football, Notre Dame topled three Top 15 teams to prove it belongs in hoops' elite.), College Football - Ready for a Fiesta (Willis McGahee carried Miami past Virginia Tech and into the title game.), Pro Basketball - Passion Player (No one in the NBA competes harder than the Pacers' Ron Artest.), Tribute - Roone Arledge (In presenting the Olympics, Howard Cosell and much more, this visionary revolutionized sprots TV.), Sports Books - The Top 100 of All Time (Sportswriting can be great literature, and here, to prove the poing, are SI editors' choices of the very best.)
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