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February 12, 2007 Table Of Contents

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SI Golf

Finishing School

The FBR Open boiled down to a progress report on the careers of two young pros, and only one, Aaron Baddeley, truly made the grade

By Alan Shipnuck


By Scott Gummer

Win Some ...

Tiger adds to his "other" streak

By Jim Gorant

Big Play with Jim Suttie

By Jim Suttie

Riding High

A Pebble Beach scene brought my golf journey full circle

By George Lopez

Air and Space

He's Twice As Amazing

By Steve Rushin


Candace Parker

As told to Elizabeth Newman


Squeeze Play

Chris Simms reflects on his scary injury

By Kevin Armstrong

The Pop Culture Grid


Flyers LW

A Cowboy Remembers

Emmitt Smith's Super Sundays headline his peerless career

Crease Is the Word

Ashley Nixon keeps up the tradition at 'Goalie High'

By Yi-Wyn Yen

The New Two-A-Days

By Joe Lemire

Healing and Dealing

After surviving a serious car wreck, a coach and player are taking their team to the top

By Phil Taylor

No Run-of-the-Millrose

Jersey girl repeats her feat at Madison Square Garden

By Caitlin Moscatello


Pro Football

Bringing It Home

Trusting in each other and in the guiding hand of their history-making coach, Peyton Manning and the Colts came together in the South Florida rain to vanquish the Bears and lay claim to greatness.

By Michael Silver

A Father's Wish

There was one more person with whom Tony Dungy wanted to share his landmark victory

By Peter King

Possession Obsession

The Colts' methodical offense and speedy defense kept the ball out of the Bears' hands

By Paul Zimmerman

Pro Baseball

More Than a Big Stick

A smash hit in October in his postseason debut, Mets first baseman Carlos Delgado is a man whose deep-rooted convictions, like his power stroke, were forged when he was a boy in Puerto Rico

By Karl Taro Greenfeld


The Fighting Duck

Stanley Cup favorite Anaheim is by far the NHL's most pugnacious team, led by George Parros, its Princeton-educated goon

By Michael Farber

The Knicks

Lord Jim

For the NBA's most confounding franchise, the spotlight is on the tempestuous, blues-strumming owner--cable-television tycoon Jim Dolan--and a much maligned coach who will either build a winner or lose his job

By S.L. Price


Inside: The Week In Sports

College Basketball

By Kelli Anderson

Seth Davis's Three-Pointer

By Seth Davis


By Ian Thomsen

Life of Reilly

The Abominable Grossman

By Rick Reilly


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Leading Off


One Big Headache

As more players become afflicted, the NFL is finding concussions a tough problem to tackle

By E.M. Swift

Play It Again, Sam

It may not be by popular demand exactly, but Sammy Sosa is back in baseball, as a Ranger

By Tom Verducci

High Hopes

He's three inches taller than Yao Ming, but is pro hoops' biggest player ready for the NBA?

By Chris Mannix

For the Record

By Chris Mannix

Over Life's Hurdles

After a hiatus to have a baby and celebrate her 40th birthday, Gail Devers returns in style

By Tim Layden

One in a Row!

After a few close calls, Iona's 23-game losing skid is finally history

By Chris Mannix

Q & A Kyle Chandler

The 41-year-old actor stars as coach Eric Turner on NBC's Friday Night Lights

By Richard Deitsch

The Beat

By Adam Duerson

Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Chris Mannix

SI Update

Faces in the Crowd