Sports Illustrated-1999

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January 25
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Michael Jordan
A Real Head Turner (NFC Championship game), In The Clutch (AFC Championship game), The Winning Edge (Super Bowl prediction), European Vocation (Alien goaltenders in the NHL), Sudden Impact (Mike Tyson beats Francois Botha), Indelible Impression (Images of Michael Jordan's skill), Do It, for the Love of Mike (How can the game survive Jordan leaving)
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February 8
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John Elway
The Magnificent 7 (John Elway wins his second Super Bowl), Up Down Under ((Sydney preparing for the Olympics), Cold Russian Winter (Alexi Yashin of the Senators), Hell Week (St. John's), Coming Out Party (Martina Hingis and Amelie Mauresmo), 1998-99 NBA Preview - The Starting Over Five (The kind of players that will win fans back), Scouting Report
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March 1
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Derek Jeter
Booster Rocket (Yankees land Roger Clemens), Ga-Ga for Googs (Phoenix Suns love Tom Gugliotta), Flame Out (Who will acquire Theoren Fleury), Flat Out Good (The Auburn college basketball team), Rolling Thunder (Surfing), The Bear in Winter (UTEP and their coach Don Haskins)
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July 26
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Ali vs Liston
Masterpiece Theater (David Cone and his perfect game), Down the Drain (British Open), From Shame to Fame (Orlando Cepeda), Our Favorite Photos Best of the Century, Moment of Truth
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August 9
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Barry Sanders
Out Like A lamb (Barry Sanders leaves), Single Minded (Tony Gwynn and Wade Boggs), Tour de Amerique (Lande Armstrong) High Rollers (New generation of Roller coasters)
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August 30
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Jim Brown and Ricky Williams
Grade A's (Baseball's Oakland A's), Twice as Nice (Track and field's couple Marion Jones and C.J. Hunter), 1999 NFL Preview - The Path to Power (How did Pro Football become the titan of American sports), Fun in the Sun (introducing seven Hall of Famers to seven that may make the Hall), Joy Ride (Raider's cornerback Charles Woodsen), Game Plan (Where is football going), Dr. Z'a All-Century Team, Scouting Reports
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September
13
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Who's Coaching Your Kid
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Special Report - Every Parents Nightmare (The child molester has found a home in youth sports, where as a coach he can gain kid's trust.) College Football - Streak Buster (After 28 consecutive losses, Swarthmore finally won a game, but that wasn't what made the day special.) Pro Basketball - Coup de Grace (Overcoming a season of adversity, Cynthia Cooper powered the Comets to a third straight WNBA title.) Baseball - In The Dust (That's where the reviled Diamondbacks, already two years old but already contenders, left the mighty Braves.) Football - How The Browns Were Built (Here's the way a billionaire owner and seasoned NFL architect assembled Cleveland's new franchise, including bringing in top young quarterback, Tim Couch.)
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September
20
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Serena Williams
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The Lineup - Father Knew Best (With her U.S. Open victory, Serena Williams proved Dad right but may have created tension with sister Venus.) Pro Football - Unaltered States (Edgerrin James, a rookie runner, looks like a perfect fit for the Colt's backfield.), False Start (In a rematch that fell short of their titanic NFC title game, the Vikings beat the Falcons.), Attention Grabber (Taking the words of fiery coach Tom Coughlin to heart, the Jaguars sent a message to the NFL.) College Football - Laid Low (A painful knee injury made star Tennessee ballcarrier Jamal Lewis realize he's not invincible.) Baseball - The Pen Is Mightier (With starters averaging fewer innings, more teams are building their staffs around relievers.), Astro Physics (Houston closer Billy Wagner's ability to throw 100 mph can be traced to his upbringing.) Departments - Catching Up With..., Letters, SI View, Faces in the Crowd, The Life of Reilly Inside... - College Football, Baseball, The NFL
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October
11
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Terrell Davis
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Baseball - Photo Finish (Can an American League MVP race almost too close to call go to Pedro Martinez who plays only one day in five?), Happy Valentint's Day (His legion of critics reveled in his late-season misery, but Mets manager Bobby Valentine had the last laugh.), Pro Football - Going Nowhere (With John Elway gone and Terrell Davis injured, the Broncos tossed in the towel after a loss to the Jets.), Out of the Doghouse (Defensive end Willie McGinest, healthy again after two subpar seasons, is back creating havoc for the Pats.), College Football - Spread the Word (Alabama upset Florida, but only after converting to a spread offense that's making believers of coaches everywhere.), Short Story (Georgia Tech's Joe Hamilton isn't tall, but as fans in his hometown know, he's big enough to win the Heisman.)
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November
15
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Chris Porter
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Golf - A Year Beyond His Years (With a win ad Valderrama, Tiger Woods put an exclamation point on one of the best seasons in the sport's history.), College Football - Front-runner (In a tour de force against Purdue, Ron Dayne of Wisconsin bulldozed his way to the lead in the Heisman Trophy race.), Boxing - Redefining Moment (Heavyweight Lennox Lewis has another chance to prove he's a warrior, in this week's rematch with Evandor Holyfield.), Pro Football - Capital Gain (Demanding new owner Daniel Snyder has shaken up the first-place Redskins, though the defense remains offensive.) College Basketball 1999 / 2000 - Magic Moments (The game's brightest - and dimmest - times.), Team for the Ages (Here are the five guys who make up our starting lineup of the century.), Scouting Reports (Meet the players who will lead the way as our No. 1, Auburn, and other schools battle for the title.), Out of Africa (Forced to leave war-torn Sudan, Ajou Deng brings a world of talent to Connecticut.), Going to the Dawgs (Among the women, Georgia figures to pull down the crown.), Mirror, Mirror (The identical Miller twins from Georgia's formidable backcourt.), Fall Guys (When scandals hit, assistant coaches often serve as scapegoats.)
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November
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Looking Back
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College Football - Coming Through (Lec by a cool Chris Weinke, refocused Florida State sank Florida in the Swamp to win a shot at the national title.) Pro Basketball - Turning Up the Heat (Despite rules changes that were supposed to doom rugged Miami, coach Pat Riley; crew is off to a hot start.) Pro Football - In the Running (Led by Eddie George and Steve McNair, the Titans have quietly made a name for themselves in the AFC,) 20th Century Celebration - A Gathering of Greats (Meet 42 athletes, six nominees in each of seven categories for our centennial awards. The winners - plus a Sportsman or Sportswoman of the Century - will be announced live on CBS on Dec. 2.), "I Wish I'd Been There" (Our writhers looked back, sifted through the plays and games tht changed the world, and then they selected those events that they most wished they had seen.)
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December
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Sportswomen
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Sportswomen of the Year - Dream Come True (The World Cup winning U.S. soccer team gave America a summer to savor forever.) Pro Basketball - Sir Charles (The retiring Charles Barkley gives credit to Michael Jordan, the friend who was there for him, even when he got into hot water,), The Hustler (The surprising Sonics are taking their cue from Gary Payton, the best all-around guard in the game.) Pro Football - Home Boy (Near the fields of his youth, Shaun King quarterbacked the Bucs to another crucial win, against the Lions.) College Football - Big Foot (Sebastian Janikowski's powerful leg cold clinch the national championship for Florida State.), Last Call (Jerry Sandusky, the dean of Linebacker U., is leaving Penn State for a different kind of coaching.)
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December
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The 50 Greatest Sports Figures From Michigan
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The Lineup - Pro Football - First-Degree Tragedy (Rae Carruth was a gifted Panthers receiver. Now he is accused of ordering his pregnant girl-friends murder.), Chief Weapon (Kansas City's Tony Gonzalez used his basketball skills to develop into one of the NFL's premier tight ends.) College Football - Sugar Plums (Florida State figures to win it's second national title of the decade, but Virginia Tech won't go without a fight.) Baseball - At Full Blast (Shooting outrageously from the lip, Braves closer John Rocker bangs away at his favorite targets: the Mets, their city and just about everyone in it.) 20th Century - Greatest Sports Figures (Here's our choice from the top 50 from your neck of the woods and, on the following pages, a list of those from all 50 states.) Our Favorite Feats - The SI Top 20 (They astonished us by going where no athlete had gone before them, surmounting hurdles literal and metaphysical.), Bannister and Hillary (Pioneer four-minute-miler Roger Bannister and Everest conqueror Edmund Hillary became, at mid-century, the last great heroes in an era of sea change in sport.)
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