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Whiz-kid Coach At age 25, hoops-obsessed Arizona assistant Josh Pastner is on the fast track to a top job

By John O'Keefe

Date with Destiny High school scoring phenom Heather O'Reilly is making plans for the prom--and the World Cup

By Melissa Segura

The Long Goodbye There's no set date for the Expos to leave Montreal, but bidding on the club has officially opened

By Stephen Cannella

Fabled Firebrand Doug Harvey, one of the NHL's great defensemen, provided the spark for the Canadiens' dynasty

By Stu Hackel

Holy Warrior Up-and-coming welterweight Dmitriy Salita pulls no punches when it comes to his Jewish faith

By Jeff Pearlman

The Man Nobody Wants to Fight He calls himself boxing's Ebola virus, and for good reason--few contenders in the heavyweight ranks want to take a chance against Chris Byrd's slick southpaw style

By Richard Hoffer

They'll Always Like Mike

By Steve Rushin

Golf Plus

First Tee Fatality In Phoenix the shocking death of a young golfer led to divorce, a lawsuit and the demise of a club that, ironically, wanted to serve kids

By Chris Lewis

Big Play Vijay Singh played brilliantly at the Phoenix Open, but it was an unlucky bounce off the flagstick on a John Huston tee shot that sealed the win

By Keith Lyford

My Shot Forget Annika. It will be a much bigger story when I crash the LPGA tour's gender barrier

By Vic Wilk

The Week

Forty with a Bullet Vijay Singh, a winner in Phoenix, is getting better, not older

By Alan Shipnuck

Catching Up With...

Jim Nash, Pitcher MARCH 20, 1967

By Stephen Cannella

Super Bowl Xxxvii

What A Steal!

Led by a defense that picked off five passes and a coach who proved his worth, Tampa Bay blistered Oakland to win its first NFL title

By Michael Silver

They Came Prepared No defense has ever been more ready for a title game than Tampa Bay's

By Paul Zimmerman

Perfect Timing Maligned tailback Michael Pittman got his big chance and ran with it

By Peter King

Futures Market A return to the Super Bowl is more likely for the Bucs than for the Raiders

By Peter King

College Basketball

He's In Control (Really!) With an impossible act to follow, Indiana coach Mike Davis has used diplomacy, tenacity and sometimes over-the-top intensity to win over the Hoosiers faithful

By Tim Layden

Meanwhile, Out West... With Indiana far behind him and his 800th victory just ahead, Bob Knight is building a powerful and profitable program in Lubbock

By Grant Wahl

Hockey

Blueline Brothers Rookie Barret Jackman, 21, and veteran Al MacInnis, 39, have formed a defensive pair for the ages in St. Louis

By Daniel G. Habib

Tennis

Slam Dunks At the Australian Open, Serena Williams won her fourth straight Grand Slam singles title, and Andre Agassi crushed the men's field

By L. Jon Wertheim

Pro Football

Barry Sanders MORE THAN THREE YEARS AFTER HE SUDDENLY WALKED AWAY FROM PRO FOOTBALL AT THE PEAK OF HIS POWERS REMAINS A MYSTERY TO FANS, FORMER DETROIT TEAMMATES AND EVEN MEMBERS OF HIS FAMILY

By S.L. Price

Inside

Inside The Week in Sports

Inside The NBA

Inside the NBA

By Ian Thomsen

Inside College Basketball

Inside College Basketball

By Seth Davis

Inside The NHL

Inside the NHL

By Daniel G. Habib

In The Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Blacked Out The Raiders came into San Diego like a checkpoint doberman and left like Joan Rivers's poodle.

By Rick Reilly

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Crossing the Digital Divide

Letters

Scorecard

By Jack McCallum; Pete McEntegart; Mark BeechEdited by Kostya Kennedy

Laurence Fishburne

By Laurence Fishburne; Richard Deitsch Edited by Kostya Kennedy

The Show

By Bill ScheftEdited by Kostya Kennedy

Sports Beat AT THE SUPER BOWL

Edited by Kostya Kennedy

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Kostya Kennedy