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February
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Kevin Durant
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College Basketball - Phenomenal (Kevin Durant of Texas should be the first freshman to win player of the year.) College Football - Gators Get Richer (How Florida coach Urban Meyer put together the nation's best recruiting class.) Hockey - That's Gotta Hurt (Sacrificing the body to block a shot is now a defenseman's most effective ploy.) The Maloofs - What Happens in Vegas...(...stays in Vegas? When the NBA All-Star Game comes to Sin City, Kings owners Joe and Gavin Maloof will be everywhere. And if the party's a hit, the league - and the brothers - may be back to stay.) 2007 NASCAR Preview - Tomorrow is Here (In a season of change, no other newcomer is as promising as Juan Pablo Montoya.), NASCAR Evolution (Foldout section: a 60-year timeline.), Last Details (Crew chief Chad Knaus studies every angle to make Jimmie Johnson a winner.), Scouting Reports, Shootin' the Breeze (Dale Earnhardt Jr. talks about growing up, goofing off and missing his dad.)
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March
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Dontrelle Willis
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Environment - Going, Going Green (As global warning changes the planet, it is changing the sports world too. Already, surprising and innovative ideas are helping sports to adapt.) College Basketball - Remade in Texas (Once a doormat, Texas A & M is now a rugged outfit that's never out of any game.) Baseball - What's The Big Deal? (Pricey free-agent Barry Zito has brought a welcome new vibe to the Giant's clubhouse.) Wrestling - The Pride of Iowa (Two legends try to restore the luster of the state's once dominant college teams.) Investigation - Rx for Trouble (A raid of a drug distribution network turns up the names of prominent athletes.) Bill Walsh - Top of His Game (If to ask What might have been is the price of genios, the coach of the three-time champion 49ers has paid his dues. But as he battles leukemia, the greatest football mind of his era is coming to terms with his considerable legacy.) Departments - Leading Off, Letters, Players, Faces in the Crowd, Life of Reilly Inside... - The NHL, The NBA, NASCAR
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March
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Daisuke Matsuzaka
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NCAA Tournament - Magnificent Seven (In Week 1, a septet of top seeds stole the show and set up a slate of Sweet 16 blockbusters.), Pro Basketball - Waiting Game (Every player wants to be a starter, but sixth men are sparking the league's top three teams.), Pro Football - Foxborough Bound (By acquiring impact free agents, have the Patriots regained the edge in the AFC.) 2007 Baseball Preview - The Riddle (Red Sox import Daisuke Matsuzaka will deliver eight different pitches - and explode old myths about pampering pitchers.), 8 Who May Be Great (By year's end you'll know the names of all these rookies, starting with third baseman Alex Gordon.), Scouting Reports (An analysis of each team's chances, with lineups, stats and a modest proposal from Baseball Prospectus.)
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April
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Tiger Woods
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The Masters - Taming the Elements (Overcoming harsh weather and the game's preeminent player, Zack Johnson emerged as the winner of the Masters.) Baseball - Second to One (Perfectionist Roy Halladay is the best AL pitcher not named Johan Santana.) Pro Basketball - The Evolution of Yao (No longer a novelty, Yao Ming has arrived as the first dominating supersized player in NBA history.) College Hockey - No Small Feat (Behind diminutive goaltender Jeff Lerg, Michigan State earned an unlikely title.) 2007 NHL Playoff Preview - The Winner (Two decades after his immortal Little League victory, Chris Drury has become one of sports' greatest clutch players. Can he deliver a title to the losingest city in America.)
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July
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Hank Aaron
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Baseball - The People's King (Henry Aaron's home run record is about to be eclipsed, but 755 will endure as a monument to an underrated star and to the integrity with which he attained his crown.), Lights Out (It's after midnight on the East Coast: Do you know where baseball's best closer is? J.J. Putz is in Seattle, saving games with newr-historic efficiency.) Pro Football - It's Close-Up Time (With a golden arm and an Entourage-like band of buddies, Matt Leinart owns the spotlight. All he has to do is lead the Cardinals out of the darkness.) Pro Basketball - Back in Her Groove (After an injury-plagued 2006 season, Lauren Jackson traveled the world, playing and falling in love with hoops again. Now she's having a career year._ Book Adaptation - Hurricane Season (A teen without much of a home before Katrina struck New Orleans, Joe McKnight escaped to find a second family and even greater high school glory.)
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August
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Mike Hart
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Baseball - On To the Pennant Races (With the Bonds watch over, the spotlight is on rookies who are shaping tight playoff battles.) Pro Football - Just Win, Baby! (Lane Kiffin, the youngest head coach in the NFL, might just be able to rebuild the Raiders.) Golf - No Sweat (In the punishing Oklahoma heat, a cooly efficient Tiger Woods won his 13th Major.) College Football Preview 2007 - Running Backs Rule (Between USC's stable of tailbacks and most of last year's top talent, this is the best crop of rushers since the late 1920's.), Best Back in the Land (A fun-loving prankster off the field, Arkansas tailback Darren McFadden usually has the last laugh on it.), Can't-Miss Matchups (Sixty-seven games that will go a long way in determining the 10 BCS bids - and who plays for the national title.), Scouting Reports (USC is the team to beat, while SEC powers LSU and Florida will be among the other schools slugging it out to earn a spot in the BCS championship game on Jan. 7 in New Orleans.), Conference Roundups, 5 Minute Guide
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August
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Nick Saban
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Lineup - College Football - In the Nick of Time (Nick Saban leads a great revival at 'Bama.) Baseball - Blasts From the Past (Boston's Big Papi fends off the Yankees dread.) U.S. Open Preview - Courtly Rivals (Get ready for Federer-Nadal XIV.) 2006 Olympics - Just the Beginning (Former high school phenom Alan Webb aims at gold in the 1,500 meters at the worlds, but Beijing beckons.) High School Football - The Son Also Shines (Riley Dodge will try to lead Southlake Carroll to yet another Texas 5A title.) New Orleans - Two Years After Katrina (Sports played a special role early in the recovery, but beyond the Superdome, in the depopulated Lower North Ward, there's a great need to get at-risk youth back to play.) Departments - Leading Off, Letters, Players, Faces in the Crowd, Life of Reilly Inside... - Olympic Sports, NFL, NASCAR
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September
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John David Booty
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Pro Football - Power of Two (It's a whole new ball game in Houston, where Andre Johnson and Matt Schaub are turning the Texans into a team to be reckoned with.) Golf - Who Else? (The first FedEx Cup is history and - surprise, surprise! - Tiger Woods took home the trophy, though he was far from the only winner.) College Football - Ground Rule (With tailback Stafon Johnson showing the way, No. 1 USC ran all over Nebraska, boosting the Pac-10s claim that it's as tough as the SEC.) Baseball - Motown Hit (Leading the Tigers into the playoff hunt, centerfielder Curtis Granderson is having a historic season - and it couldn't happen to a nicer guy.) Profile - A Death in the Baseball Family (He was coaching in Double A until a foul ball struck him. Now people are struggling to grasp how and why he died.)
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October
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Jonathan Papelbon
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Pro Football - Little Big Hitter (Colts free safety Bob Sanders plays with a fercious physicality that belies his size.), College Football - Special Delivery (Quarterback Matt Ryan has helped make Boston College a BCS contender.), Volleyball - In Praise of Karch (At 46, Karch Kiraly is retiring after defining both versions of his sport.), Soccer - The Talk of the Cup (Chatty forward Abby Wambach has led the U.S. to the World Cup semifinals.), Playoff Portfolio - Late & Great - Re-Armed and Dangerous (Closer Jonathan Papelbon gives the Red Sox a vital weapon in the postseason.), Faces of October (A photo gallery of Alex Rodriguez and other difference makers.)
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October
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Jeff Francis
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Pro Football - No More Kid Stuff (The rookie learning curve is steep: How Texas defensive tackle Amobi Okoye studies up, Why Vikings running back Adrian Peterson must slow down, plus Joe Thomas, Patrick Willis, Dwayne Bowe and Darrelle Revis.) Baseball Playoffs - Rocktoberfest (Colorado's more than a Cinderella story. It's a multifaceted juggernaut.) College Football - Against all Odds (Les Miles's fourth-down gambles paid off in LSU's victory over Florida.), Oh Boy. There He Goes Again. Bruce Pearl's Got His Shirt Off Again (With a freewheeling offense and pressing D, the purposely annoying coach has revitalized Tennessee football.)
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Winter
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Beyonce
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Contents - The Rookies (The best group of newbies yet, ranging from a Guess girl to the first Israeli-born swimsuit model. Take your pick.), Swimsuit.com (An exclusive look at 20 of your favorite models - past and present - when they were rookies. Plus links to Jimmy Buffet's new swimsuit video and more model galleries.), Tangled Web (See how the lives of so many icons of sports, music and modeling are connected.), Memphis (Tori and Oluchi get the royal treatment at Graceland from, among others, Three 6 Mafia.), Jamaica (Anne V, Bar, Marisa and Selita converge in The Caves for a mon-meets-woman story.), Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy (Five gorgeous women and five of the music world's hottest acts come together for an impromptu jam session.), Bodypainting (To celebrate rock's rollicking past, vintage concert shirts were painted onto the bodies of four models. They fit to a T.), Cover Girl (Golden Globe nominee and nine-time Grammy winner Beyonce is simply beauty-licious in Miami Beach.), Brazil (Seven women from the cradle of supermodels on a remote beach is a breathtaking thing to behold.), Maui in 3-D (Veronica and Yamila bring an added dimension to paradise.), Battle of the Bands (In a new twist on march madness, Jessica and Julie dropped in on two college bands.), Arizona (SI took a little Brooklyn (and Irina and Yesica) to the desert.), Hall Of Fame (You have to be someone special to gain access to a rock 'n' roll cathedral. Anne V is very special.), Where To Buy (Want some phone numbers? Not the models, just the ones for the stores where you can find the swimsuits and accessories.), Life Of Reilly (The author has every reason to believe you will actually read his column this year.)
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November
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Jonathan Papelbon
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World Series - Party's Just Startin' (Thanks to the relentless scouting and player development showcased in Boston's sweep of the Rockies, the bash might last for years to come.) Pro Football - Super Bowl XLI 1/2 (It's the biggest game of the season - again. But this time, after losing three straight to Indianapolis, the Patriots look too hot to handle.), This One's for Hep (Ben Roethlisberger vowed to beat adversity with his college coach. Now the fiery play of the Steeler's QB honors his mentor's memory.) College Football - Duck Season (Move over, USC. The team to beat in the Pac-10 is Oregon, which used its dynamic duo to beat the Trojans.) Profile - No Finish Line (His heart once powered him to a world's best in the marathon, When it stopped for 14 minutes, he learned life is the only long run that matters.)
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November
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Kansas Football
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College Football - They Got Game (The first 115 meetings between bitter rivals Kansas and Missouri were mostly forgettable, but this one won't be. Saturday's victor will be one win from playing for the national championship.) Pro Football - The Fight for Second (While the Patriots continue to operate on a higher plane, NFL Nation is left to wonder whether a viable contender - Dallas? Green Bay? Indy? - will emerge.) NASCAR - Bringing It Home (Jimmie Johnson repeated as Nextel Cup champ with a flawless run at Homestead.) High School Basketball - A Big-time Gamble (Some top recruits, like point guard Oscar Bellfield, would rather wait than sign.) Soccer - Orange Groove (The Houston Dynasty - er, Dynamo - seized its second straight MLS Cup.) Profile - Michael Vick: The Road to Bad Newz (Through his rise and fall the QB stayed loyal to a tight circle of friends - homeboys who used him and ultimately sold him out.)
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December
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Chase Daniels
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Pro Football - Believeland (That's what they're calling Cleveland, thanks to the surprising Browns.) Pro Basketball - Points Unknown (The NBA's fourth-leading scorer is Kevin Martin. Yes, you read that right.) College Football - Who's No. 1 (Unranked at first, Missouri is two wins from a BCS title.), Who's the One? (As the Heisman race heads down the stretch, it's Tim Tebow by a nose.) Profile - The Quiet Owner: Paul Allen (He doesn't throw tantrums or threaten to move his teams. So why is he considered the weird one?)
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December
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Kevin Everett
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Pro Football - A Run to Remember (Overlooked in discussions about the NFL's best backs, Fred Taylor has sparked the Jaguars; playoff dash.) Baseball - Tiger Trade with Teeth (Everyone knew Miguel Cabrera and Dontrell Willis would be traded, but to Detroit? Here's how the deal went down.) Pro Basketball - Exclamation Points (Third-year floor generals Chris Paul and Deron Williams have the NBA abuzz over who is superior.) Media - The Year in Sports Media (Was it a Patriot-like - or a Dolphinsesque - year for movies, DVD's, television shows, books and Internet and video games? Check it out.) Profile - The Road Back (Months after a paralyzing spinal injurt, Kevin Everett, the Bills tight end, is making big strides thanks to a gutty call by his surgeon.)
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December
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Brandon Day
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Lineup - Now What? (Though merely scratching the surface of an era-defining problem, the Mitchell Report on the widespread use of performance-enhancing drugs has the potential to change baseball-if baseball lets it.), Pictures of the Year 2007 (Starting with the cover image of Carroll College's NAIA title victory, each of these photos captures in a fraction of a second, the significance of the event.) Departments - Leading Off, Letters, Players, Faces in the Crowd, Point After Inside: The NFL, The NBA, High School Football, The NHL, Colege Basketball
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