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January
9
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Vince Young
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College Football - Hail to the Horns (Led by quarterback Vince Young, Texas ended USC's winning streak and won the national championship), Teturn Trip? (Fiesta Bowl winner Ohio State is primed to make it back to Arizona), Bowls in Review (A 25-game salute to the highs (and lows) of the postseason), Pro Football - Bear Season (A spirited D has Chicago believing in itself - and it's Super Bowl chances), Hockey - Russian Evolution (Capitals rookie Alexander Overchkin has the tools to carry an NHL team) Teen Suicide - What Went Wrong in Winthrop? (One high school football team, five suicides in three years. Can we learn anything?)
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January
16
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Jerome Bettis
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Lineup - Pro Basketball - Launch Party (Kobe Bryant and Allen Iverson are waging a historic scoring duel.) Pro Football - Next Stop, Indy (The Steelers hope to avenge their loss to the Colts.), Picking Up Speed (Carolina is making it look like 2003 all over again.) College Basketball - The Other Dukies (The high-scoring Blue Devils women's team has its eye on a title.) Golf - Lucky Loser (Jason Gore finished last in the PGA opener, but he could grin like a winner.) NHL Midseason Report - Shootout! (Derided at first, the tiebreaker has been a shot in the arm for the NHL.) Olympics - American Original (Born in the U.S.A., the free-spirited sport of snowboarding will soar in Turin. So will U.S. riders.) Departments - Leading Off, Letters, Air and Space, Scorecard, Faces in the Crowd, Players, Life of Reilly Inside... - College Basketball, Olympic Sports, The NBA
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April
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Phil Mickelson
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Golf - Master Craftsman (The way Phil Mickelson won his second Masters, his best may be yet to come.) College Hockey - Save at Home (In Milwaukee, Wisconsin won the NCAA title with a hot goalie and a partisan crowd.) Pro Basketball - The Great Unknown (Ten seasons into a Hall of Fame career, Kobe Bryant is as mysterious as ever.) Horse Racing - The One to Beat (After his runaway win at Santa Anita, Brother Derek is the Derby favorite.) Profile - Blood Relations (A sportswriter was following in his famous brother's footsteps when his generosity to an old boxing friend led to tragedy.)
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May
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Vince Young
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2006 NFL Draft Preview - Ultimate Gamble (The most intruguing risk/reward pick: Texas QB Vince Young.) Quarterback Essentials, Lendale White's Wild Ride, Beware the 10 Risk Factors, Measuring Bodies and Brains, The Great Mistake of '99, Dr. Z's 2006 Mock First Round Soccer - Taking on the World (The coach who led the U.S.'s surprise World Cup run in '02 is at it again, and he's got a few new tricks afoot.) Pro Hockey - Fire and Ice (Nearly two years after the last postseason puck was dropped, the playoffs returned with a renewed passion - and, of course, people throwing stuff.) Pat Riley - He Won't Give In (This could be the last chance for Miami's legendary coach to get one more title, and the heat on him has never been more intense.)
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May
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Lance Armstrong
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Lineup - 2006 NFL Draft - The Future is Now (For the Saints, the arrival of No. 2 pick, Reggie Bush, provides a ray of hope.) Baseball - Almost Famous (Why isn't Rangers shortstop Michael Young one of the game's biggest stars.) NBA Playoffs - City of Two Tales (Stranger than fiction, L.A.'s teams point toward a second-round showdown.) NHL Playoffs - Who Are These Guys? (With teams prizing the hottest hands, the nets are full of untested goalies.) Kentucky Derby - Unbreakable Bond (Trainer Michael Matz has a favorite in Barbaro, and the support of three siblilngs.) Lance Armstrong - The Next Stage (There's a new mountain for him to climb. He wants a billion dollars for the fight against cancer.)
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June
12
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Dwyane Wade
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Lineup Cheerleaders (It may be just a coincidence but the team favored to win a record sixth World Cup also has the world's best fans.) NBA Finals - Leap Year (Miami's Dwyane Wade has just made the big jump from breakout player of the 2005 postseason to headliner of the '06 finals.) Baseball - One-Pitch Wonder (Diamondbacks righty Brandon Webb started 8-0 and became a Cy Young candidate thanks to a devastating sinker.) Stanley Cup Finals = Captain Carolina (Workaholic center Rod Brind'Amour may be willing the Hurricanes to the title.) World Cup - Match Madness (A month of soccer will unite the planet in a passion that transcends all barriers.) Pro Football - Playing With Fire (Carolina All-Pro wideout, Steve Smith, is trying hard to harness his intensity.) Pro Golf - Grudge Match (Tiger versus Phil. A pair of heavyweights who just don't like each other square off for golf's top prize.)
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June
13
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Davis Love III
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Contents - Tournaments - Movers and Rakers (Carl Petterson, Phil Mickelson and the fury over furrows stole the show at Jack Nicklaus's Memorial.), Make Way For Rookies (Seon-Hwa Lee tops once automatic Annika at the ShopRite Classic.), House Calls (Gil Morgan made up for his Senior PGA crash by winning the Allianz Championship.) Departments - Pro's Picks (Our man on Tour selects six players who might surprise.), Dream 18 (The best holes ever designed.), Astrology (Skill wins the Open, but help from the stars doesn't hurt.), What Were You Thinking? (Lee Jantzen's perfect pitch of 1993.), Teeing Off (Golf's ultimate reality show; Big Break Mamaroneck.) Features - One, But Not Done (I've learned a lot since my big win at the '97 PGA at Winged Foot.), Signing With Claude (The wizard of the Foot remembers when club pros were players.), Hoover's Whoop (Can a bizarre new preshot routine save one of the Ponky regulars.), Tug of War For Torrey (A public spat over the 2008 Open could cost San Diego in the future.)
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June
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David Ortiz
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Baseball - Who's Your Papi? (What drives the Red Sox? David Ortiz is resentment of a team that did him wrong - and the fighting spirit of his late mom.) WAorld Cup - Oh, No! (After a devasting 3-0 defeat to the Czech Republic, the U.S. team now has a must-win match with Italy.) Stanley Cup - The Invisible Finals (The inspired Hurricanes and goaltender Cam Ward were closing in on an NHL title. Too bad no one was watching.) French Open - Crowned Prince (Second-ranked Rafael Nadal beat tennis king Roger Federer - again - in the Paris final.) NBA Finals - My Team, My Tune (Mark Cuban, the ref-berating, serial-blogging face of the Mavericks, is on the brink of (gulp) ruling the NBA.)
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June
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Phil Mickelson
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The Lineup - Soccer - To Be or Not To Be (The U.S. rallied against Italy, setting up a match that may affect the Yanks for years.) Golf - Back in the Shadow (Phil Mickelson blew the U.S. Open - failing to measure up to Tiger Woods.) Baseball - How Do I Look? (Meet Nick Swisher, the irrepressible young slugger for the streaking A/s.) Stanley Cup Finals - Hurricane Force (High-energy Carolina controlled Game 7 to deliver the NHL title to Tobacco Road.) Pro Basketball - Down to the Wire (The mad Mavs and a Miami star took a terrific postseason toward a fitting end.), He's the 1 (Andrea Bargnani of Italy, a.k.a. the Next Dirk, is the best player in the NBA draft.) Duke Lacrosse - The Damage Done (Lives have been forever changed. Exclusive sources describe three months of fear, disbelief and confusion over what the future holds.) Personality - Just Weight (Danica Patrick dismisses the remarks of other drivers, who believe her mere 100 pounds gives her a racing edge.) Departments - Leading Off, Letters, Air and Space, Scorecard, Faces in the Crowd, Players, Life of Reilly Inside... - Baseball, Boxing, Motor Sports
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August
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Jamaal Jackson & Hank Fraley
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Baseball - Grime Pays (Phillies second baseman Chase Utley is putting up filthy numbers, proving that he's more than just another pretty face in a dirty uniform.), Olympic Sports - Talent Pool (Led by 17-year-pld Katie Hoff, a new wave of U.S. Women made a splash at the nationals and are ready to regain their No, 1 ranking in the world.), Basketball - Bleu, Blanc, Rouge! Led by longtime pals Boris Diaw and Tony Parker, a yong and colorful French team could deliver a surprise at next week's world championships.), Training Camp Reports (Jobs will be won or lost, careets made or broken. It's the nature of the NFL._
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October
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SEC Power
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Baseball Playoffs - Blown Away (The hard-throwing Tigers stunned the Yankees and the A's power arms beat the Twins. Now they'll square off in a most unexpected showdown.), Big Red is Not Dead (The revived Cardinals move on to meet the Mets.) Soccer - London Calling (Jay DeMerit couldn't make it in the U.S.. So he went to England, and now he's a bloomin' favorite.), Pro Football - Pass Happy (The rise of strong-armed quarterback Rex Grossman may be the final piece in the Bears' Super Bowl puzzle.) College Football Midseason Report - Battle of the South (The SEC is the best, toughest, wildest conference in the land.), The Pigs are Flying, Second-Half Outlook, Two-Minute Drill
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November
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David Eckstein
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World Series - Deal With It (After a lackluster regular season, the Cardinals dominated defenseless Detroit and silenced their doubters for good.), Pro Basketball - 1917-2006 Red Auerbach (Assessint the monumental legacy of the Celtics coach.), College Football -The Road to a Title (USC's loss blew the championship door wide-open. Here's SI's playoff map.), Pro Football - So Many Riches (Peyton Manning chose wisely from his plethora of weapons to pick apart Denver.), Self-Portrait - Michael Strahan (The Giants' defensive end talks about the gap in his teeth and the meaning of BOB in the first of a series of player profiles.), Bonus - David Stern (The NBA commissioner cajoled, teased, lectured and charmed during an eight-game seven-day tour of Europe.)
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November
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Ray Lewis
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Pro Football - Rookie Revolution (An army of first-year standouts isn't just winning starting jobs; it's taking the NFL by storm.), The Awards (Marquis Colston (12) heads SI's squad of impact rookies.), (Dr. Z's All-Pro notebook includes plenty of surprises.), The Gospel According to Ray Lewis (The Ravens' linebacker has a story to tell, of pain caused and pain endured.), College Football - Least to Beast (Louisville has helped put the once formant Big East on the football map.), Hockey - The Loud Man (The Kings' Sean Avery has made enemies with his mouth; now he's winning admirers with his play.)
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November
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Brian Butch & Alando Tucker
Contents - College Basketball - Big Is Back (After a decade in which the game grew more guard-oriented, new priorities and rules have revived low-post play), Big Things (Is this years freshman class the best ever? These seven newcomers with diverse talents make a convincing case), Big Shots (Maryland guard Kristi Toliver's fearless fadeaway in last April's title game turned women's hoops upside down), 5 Minute Guide (A tip sheet to the best storylines, the likeliest stars and the top new faces to watch), Scouting Reports (A look at the preseason Sweet Sixteen, including projected lineups, stats and schedules), Filling The Brackets (Will your team be one of the 65 to earn a berth in the NCAA tournament field?), College Football - Masked Man (Michigan coach Lloyd Carr is private, loyal and...funny?) Hockey - Coyote Ugly (Is Phoenix coach Wayne Gretzky too nice for this job?), Pro Football - No Love (Donovan McNabb's toughest opponent: Philadelphia fans) Self-Portrait - Quick Snap (Vikings center Matt Birk gets reflective: "I'm just a big fat guy with red hair") Departments - Leading Off, Letters, Air and Space, Scorecard, Faces in the Crowd, Players, Life of Reilly Inside - The NBA, The NFL, College Football, Boxing, Soccer, Motor Sports
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November
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Troy Smith
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College Football - The Buckeyes Have It (No. 1 Ohio State edged No. 2 Michigan, but the two teams may meet again.), Bo Schembechler (No man loomed larger in Ann Arbor.) Pro Football - Two Tough (Here's where the Bears' stifling D comes from, how it works - and how to beat it.), Pro Basketball - Qurrk Study (Clippers center Chris Kaman is often reduced to his eccentricities but there's more to his story - and to his $52 million contract.), Motor Sports - At Last (A gritty racer under all that corporate polish, Jimmie Johnson won his first Nextel Cup points title.), Preview - High School Basketball (The determination of his three bothers ensured that one Chicago guard didn't get sidetracked.),(SI's Preseason Top 20), (No 1's from every state.)
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December
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Dwayne Wade
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Pro Football - Silver Star (In just two months, Cowboy's quarterback Tony Romo has gone from a buried backup the the NFL'a best-rated passer), (The Giant's turmoil.), College Football - Playoff, Please (Even before UCLA stunned USC, heightening the title-game debate, the BCS was as problematic as ever.), (SI's eight-team playoff.), College Basketball - Court of Appeal (Arizona freshman Chase Budinger has chosen hoops over volleyball stardom.), Skiing - Back on the Edge (After his letdown at the Olympics, Bode Miller is fit, fast and focused on winning.), Hockey - Best We've Ever Had (No U.S.-born forward can match the career of Stars center Mike Modano.), Sportsman of the Year 2006 - Dwyane Wade (The 24-year-old guard pulled the Heat out of a deep playoff hole, helped put the shine back on a tarnished league and lifted his mom out of her own personal hell.)
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December
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Faces in the Crowd
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50 Years of Faces in the Crowd - Indelible Ink (A one-week reign as a Faces in the Crowd often becomes a permanent part of a person's identity.), A Brief History (A trip through the milestones of Faces in the Crowd shows how sports, culture and SI have changed.), World Class (For some athletes, Faces in the Crowd is simply a stop along the way to greater things.), Face the Nation (The demographics prove it: Playing for the love of the game is a passion that knows no boundaries.), What You Lookin' At? (Athletes use their faces much like actors do. Here are seven who were game to get beyond their game face.), Face Values (Do the math and you'll find that 2,632 weeks of Faces adds up to a number of fascinating figures.), The Lives They've Lived (Six decades, six stories: checking in with athletes SI has honored over the years.), High Achievers (While most Faces don't go on to become pro athletes, many still stand out in the crowd.)
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December
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LaDainian Tomlinson
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Elsewhere - Photos that illuminate 11 sports on five continents. The Best of... The NFL, Baseball, The NBA, College Football, College Basketball, Tennis, Golf, The NHL, The Rest Too Good To Be True, Game of the Year, Farewell
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