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Golf Plus

Second Life After what Hank Kuehne had been through, winning the U.S. Amateur seemed easy

By Jaime Diaz

Going for the Gold A rich win at the World Series put David Duval atop the money race

By Gary Van Sickle

News & Notes

Edited By Kevin Cook

The Line on... Joe Ogilvie: He's a Golfer Without Portfolio

By John O'Keefe Edited By Kevin Cook

Little Big Man

By Billy Barty Edited By Kevin Cook

This Week

By Cameron Morfit

The Wrong Diagnosis? John Daly is exhibiting classic symptoms, but not those of an alcoholic

By John Garrity

Catching Up With...

Alex Olmedo, Tennis Champion September 7, 1959

By Luis Fernando Llosa

Inside Baseball

A Flash In The Pen Since moving into the Red Sox bullpen, Tom Gordon has been electrifying

By Gerry Callahan

Inside Baseball

By Mark Bechtel; Jeff Pearlman; Paul Gutierrez

Asterisk Obsession Nearly every holder of the home run record has had his naysayers

By Keith Olbermann

More Ups than Downs Despite a yo-yo season, Travis Lee is a rookie of the year candidate

By Jeff Pearlman

Si View

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters

Baseball

The Good Father Like his dad before him, Mark McGwire long suffered in silence. Not until he allowed his emotions to show and his tears to flow did he become what he really wanted to be...

By Rick Reilly

Diehards Two last place teams. The last week in August. A hot, muggy night in Cincinnati. Let's play two!

By Michael Bamberger

College Football

He's Got That Old Feeling As 26-year-old rookie quarterback Chris Weinke worked out the kinks, Florida State's defense subdued Texas A&M

By Gerry Callahan

Tennis

There's Something About Monica She's not a teenager, not a sexpot and not No. 1, but Monica Seles, whose greatest gift is overcoming tragedy, is the most beloved woman in her sport

By S.L. Price

Flushing Out the Faves Seles has a shot, but we'll take Davenport and Sampras

By L. Jon Wertheim

Pro Football

Catching Up Rookie receiver Randy Moss is haunted by past mistakes, but the Vikings seemingly didn't err by drafting him after 19 other teams had shied away

By Richard Hoffer

Inside

Inside THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Inside The NFL

Inside The NFL

By Peter King

Dr. Z's Forecast

By Paul Zimmerman

Inside College Football

Inside College Football

By Ivan Maisel; B.J. Schecter

Golf [bonus Piece]

Hooked on golf Our survey shows that Golfer-Americans feel they're healthier, happier and having a hell of a lot better time than other folks. In fact, they're so addicted to the game that 81% say they would pass up sex with a movie star to shoot par

By Frank Deford

What Would No. 62 Be Worth to You?

By Rick Reilly

Departments

The Unlikely Hero After resisting the urge to quit, Chris Cardone led Toms River to victory

By David Fleming

A Great Ugly Cloud Athletes must take control of their sport to save it

By Merrell Noden

Leading Off

Where There's Smoke, There's Fire Roger Marino, fiery new Penguins owner, has fanned the flames in Pittsburgh

By Michael Farber

Scourge of a Nation England is still lambasting David Beckham for his costly World Cup ejection

By Ian Thomsen

Sweet Swing

By Loren Mooney

Letters

Scorecard

By Tom Verducci; Kelli Anderson; Peter King; Jeff Pearlman; Stephen Cannella Edited by Richard O'Brien and Hank Hersch

Faces In The Crowd