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From the Editor

In Our Tribe

How FanNation.com can enliven and enrich your every-day sports life

By Terry McDonell

SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD

Brady Quinn

As told to Elizabeth Newman

WHO'S Hot WHO'S Not

A Cautionary Tale

Tony Stewart's rant against NASCAR's yellow-flag waving leaves him red-faced

By Lars Anderson

For the Record

Josh Hancock 1978--2007

The Ace of Cyberspace

Curt Schilling talks straight to fans (and foes) on his blog

By Joe Lemire

The Beat

By Adam Duerson

Before every game I ...

Some postseason heroes are set in their ways

THE QUESTIONS WITH Raúl Ibañez

MARINERS LEFTFIELDER

Homeland Hero

Chargers offensive lineman Roman Oben goes back to give back in Cameroon

By Jeffri Chadiha

Me and My Windup

The arms swing and the pitches sing

Hit the Road

Move out the team, send in the clowns

Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Chris Mannix

Faces in the Crowd

Flags Are Flying

Florida's hottest new sport is luring girls from track and softball to the gridiron

By Kelli Anderson

Leader of the Track

For 25 years a coach has turned troubled teens into champions

By Melissa Segura

Boxing

Golden Boy vs. Pretty Boy

By Richard Hoffer

Baseball

Fast Company

Packed neatly into the same division and atop numerous offensive categories are Jimmy Rollins, Jose Reyes and Hanley Ramirez, who are redefining the shortstop position

By Ben Reiter

CHUTES AND LADDERS

With a nod to Milton Bradley (no, not the A's outfielder), SI projects which players, with the first and often deceptive month of April behind them, are likely to see their numbers climb--or take a slide

By Nate Silver

PRO FOOTBALL

Catch of a Lifetime?

With no blockbuster draft-day offers, the Lions snapped up Calvin Johnson, the best receiver to enter the NFL in years. Matt Millen might finally get Detroit on track--and the fans off his back

By Peter King

JEFFRI CHADIHA'S NFC Draft Grades

Carolina and Detroit scored high, while Green Bay fumbled

By Jeffri Chadiha

JEFFRI CHADIHA'S AFC Draft Grades

Miami made a mess, and Cleveland happily cleaned up

By Jeffri Chadiha

NBA PLAYOFFS

Renaissance Men

With nothing to lose and everything to prove, the Warriors' cast of castoffs had run the league's best team to the brink of elimination and revived hoops in the Bay Area

By Chris Ballard

The Survivors

The Heroes of Bluffton

By L. Jon Wertheim

Inside

Inside: The Week In Sports

The NHL

By Michael Farber

College Football

By Stewart Mandel

Life of Reilly

Long Day's Journey Into Naught

By Rick Reilly

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