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It's Not (Un)fair!

Yes, Carnoustie was tough, but a certain Frenchman saw few similarities between this year's course and the weedy beast that swallowed him up in 1999

By John Garrity

Crash & Burn

Andrés Romero's wild, 10-birdie ride on Sunday took him to the top of the leader board, but ended with a dispiriting collapse

By Gary Van Sickle

Tailing Tiger

Irish teenager Rory McIlroy was king for a day at Carnoustie and provided a glimpse of the coming generation of post-Woods pros

By Gary Van Sickle

Up & Down: News and Notes

The shirts, gloves and unused lotions of Carnoustie

By Jim Gorant

The Pepper Mill

By Dottie Pepper

Big Play

By Brad Redding

Laird's Lair

An avid golfer and fisherman gets a (wee) piece of the auld sod

By Kevin Cook

SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD

Laughing All the Way to the Bank

To boost their earning power jocks are going for yuks

By Chris Ballard

Carlos Lee ... the bull session

As told to David Sabino

WHO'S Hot / WHO'S Not

For the Record

A Grown-Up Mile

By David Epstein

Bush League

Mixing politics with sports can be a recipe for disaster

Good Guy Gambler

By Adam Duerson

One Time, at Fight Camp ...

Two NHL toughs offer tips to would-be enforcers

By Joe Lemire

THE QUESTIONS WITH Aaron Rowand

PHILLIES CF

To Crash a Race Car

Drivers recall unscheduled flights, and unhappy landings

By Elizabeth McGarr

The Untouchables

A new DVD examines the MLB records most likely to last

By Adam Duerson

Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Sarah Kwak

Faces in the Crowd

SPORTS IN CRISIS

Game-Fixing and Dogfighting Rock Pro Sports (AND BARRY BONDS MARCHES ON)

As commissioners cope with point-shaving allegations against an NBA ref, the federal indictment of a marquee NFL quarterback and baseball's home run dilemma, it's the fans who are being cheated

By Jack McCallum

The Case Against Vick

SI's George Dohrmann annotates and analyzes the federal indictment to shed light on the charges

By George Dohrmann

GOLF

Agony and Ecstasy

Woe is the Open leader who comes to the 18th at Carnoustie on Sunday. It sucked the life out of Sergio García, but Padraig Harrington recovered from his own disaster to win a playoff

By Michael Bamberger

Baseball

It's Gonna Happen

Relax! It's not a prediction but rather the latest slogan adopted by baseball's most Series-starved franchise. For these Cubs, however, there is a creeping feeling that it may be more than that

By Michael Farber

TOUR DE FRANCE

Uphill Climb

Despite isolated doping allegations, which hit even race leader Michael Rasmussen, the Tour de France was buoyed by signs that riders might be cleaning up their acts

By Austin Murphy

Tough Stuff

The Big Hit

Players live for it, fans love it, media celebrate it--and all bemoan its devastating consequences. The brutal collision of bodies is football's lifeblood, and the NFL's biggest concern

By Tim Layden

Inside

Inside: The Week In Sports

Baseball

By Jon Heyman

Consider This By Baseball Prospectus

By Nate Silver

NASCAR

By Lars Anderson

Life of Reilly

Hung Up In the Noose

By Rick Reilly

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