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Golf Plus

Advantage, Tiger In only three weeks on Tour, Tiger Woods has won twice and reestablished himself as the man to beat

By Gary Van Sickle

Thrown For A Loop Long vigils in the parking lot, cutthroat competition, fending off swoopers...it's not easy being a CWAB--a Caddie Without A Bag

By Scott Gummer; Caddie Without A Bag (CWAB)

The Week

By Alan Shipnuck

Big Play David Toms lost the Match Play Championship to Tiger Woods because, unlike his opponent, he couldn't find the strength to play out of La Costa's nasty rough

By Kent Cayce

Ben Crane Voted the slowest player in SI's second annual PGA Tour poll, Crane, 27, patiently pleads his case

By Alan Shipnuck; Ben Crane

Power Struggle

By Cameron Morfit

Catching Up With...

Dyrol Burleson, Miler MAY 30, 1960

By Farrell Evans

A Cock and Bull Story

By Steve Rushin

College Basketball

Tubby's Terrors Thanks to a smothering defense, surprising Kentucky has silenced critics of coach Tubby Smith and become a March menace again

By Grant Wahl

Ghosts Of Mississippi Forty years ago a courageous college president defied a court order barring Mississippi State from integrated competition and sent his team to face black players in the NCAA tournament

By Alexander Wolff

Boxing

Fight-Game Inferno BOXING IS IN A HELL OF A STATE, SADDLED with fading stars and a fragmented fan base, but don't count out the not-so-sweet science just yet

By Richard Hoffer

Beatings In The Bushes There's little glamour and less money on boxing's casino-and-cable circuit, but every sport needs a minor league

By L. Jon Wertheim

Pro Football

Through The Roof? After toiling in near obscurity for 16 years, the Arena Football League has a new partner, NBC, pushing to make the circuit a big-time success

By Tim Layden

NFL Eyes Are Watching

By Peter King

Hockey

The Red Line Debate With neutral-zone traps choking the excitement out of the NHL, is it time to eliminate the red line to open up the game? Here are two points of view

By Jeremy Roenick; Mike Keenan

Baseball

Old Reliable Still going strong after a record 1,187 appearances, Padres lefty reliever Jesse Orosco, 45, now makes his living one batter at a time

By Jeff Pearlman

The Great Reliever Roundup

By Albert Chen

Inside

Inside The Week in Sports

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Ian Thomsen

Inside The NFL

Inside the NFL

By Peter King

Inside Baseball

Inside Baseball

By Albert Chen; Tom Verducci; Daniel G. Habib

Extra Credit

By Rick Reilly

Departments

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Letters

Scorecard

By Mark Bechtel; Pete McEntegart; Kelley King; Daniel G. Habib; Richard DeitschEdited by Kostya Kennedy and Mark Bechtel

Q+A Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

By Kareem Abdul-Jabbar; Richard DeitschEdited by Kostya Kennedy and Mark Bechtel

The Show

By Bill Scheft Edited by Kostya Kennedy and Mark Bechtel

Sports Beat

Edited by Kostya Kennedy and Mark Bechtel

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Kostya Kennedy and Mark Bechtel