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Survivor

Most of the headliners took a pass on the Honda Classic, but their understudies and a tough new venue combined for the show of the season

By Michael Bamberger

SI Bonus Section: Golf Plus

Seoul Sisters

Except for Americans, South Koreans comprise the largest single group on the LPGA tour, yet their views are largely unknown. Here's what they think

By John Garrity

Groove Moves

Ping: Oh, no--not this old argument

By Jim Gorant

Big Play with Steve Bosdosh

By Steve Bosdosh

Map Pest

No, thanks: I prefer to remain unplugged while playing golf

By Chris Rodell

SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD

Oscar De La Hoya

As told to Chris Mannix

WHO'S Hot / WHO'S Not

Work Is Good, Luck Is Better

An obscure pitcher became a rock star, and so-so football players struck gold

For the Record

Gum Not Included

Charting the value of the Mona Lisa of baseball cards

Cap Runneth Over

With wads of money to spend on salaries, NFL teams made a few players happy, others jealous

By Peter King

Perpetual Motion

MVP candidate Steve Nash reflects on a sporting life

The Questions with Tom Glavine

METS PITCHER

Me and My Number

In the NHL, almost every sweater has a story

Beyond the Myth

Jesse Owens fares well in this unvarnished bio

By Phil Taylor

The Beat

By Adam Duerson

Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Chris Mannix

Faces in the Crowd

Man in Demand

Tyreke Evans keeps suitors at bay

Great in '08

The scoop on the most promising players in next year's class

By Joe Lemire

Unsinkable Mary Beck

Health problems can't slow this national-record holder

By Brian Cazeneuve

POOLED RESOURCES

THE LIST

Environment

Going, Going Green

As global warming changes the planet, it is changing the sports world. To counter the looming environmental crisis, surprising and innovative ideas are already helping sports adapt

By ALEXAN DER WOLFF

Sports and Global Warming

Arena of the Future

The next generation of sports facilities will be powered by alternative energy, incorporate parks into the designs, rely on mass transit, conserve water and be built with reusable materials--but don't ask about ticket prices

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Remade in Texas

Coach Billy Gillispie and point guard Acie Law IV--Lone Star State natives both--have transformed former hoops doormat Texas A&M into a rugged, clutch-shooting outfit that's never out of any game

By Kelli Anderson

BASEBALL

What's the Big Deal?

The Giants will be the first to admit that they overpaid for Barry Zito, but nobody--especially that other Barry--is complaining about the new vibe he's brought to the clubhouse

By Chris Ballard

Ken Williams's Big Risk

In a market gone mad, the White Sox G.M. won't be signing off on any Zito-like deals, even if it means remaking his club

By Jon Heyman

Wrestling

The Pride of Iowa

The passion for wrestling still runs deep throughout the state, where legends have returned to two storied college programs to restore their faded luster

By Richard Hoffer

Investigation

Rx For Trouble: Inside the Steroid Ring

SI's Luis Fernando Llosa and L. Jon Wertheim, on the scene for the Florida raids, continue to report on the ongoing investigation that promises to rock sports

By Fernando Llosa

Bill Walsh

The Top of His Game

If to ask 'what might have been' is the price of genius, Bill Walsh has paid his dues. But as he battles leukemia, the greatest football mind of his era is coming to terms with his considerable legacy.

By Michael Silver

Inside

Inside: The Week In Sports

The NHL

By Michael Farber

The NBA

By Ian Thomsen

NASCAR

By Lars Anderson

Life of Reilly

What Money Can't Buy

By Rick Reilly

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