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SI Fantasy Plus

Oldies but Goodies

When seeking value, going with age can make you look like a sage

By Bill Syken

Start 'Em

By David Sabino

Sit 'Em

Intelligence Report

SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD

Is It Good for the Juice?

Trading on his celebrity, O.J. Simpson survives in style

By Richard Hoffer

Morten Andersen ... Still Kicking

As told to Ben Reiter

WHO'S Hot WHO'S Not

For the Record

Barry's Next Move

By Tom Verducci

Keeping His Head In the Game

Home-Brewed

A local prospect makes Milwaukee fans proud

By Joe Lemire

Sarah Thomas

DIVISION I-A OFFICIAL

By Caitlin Moscatello

The Incredible Shrinking Back

How the Dolphins' Jesse Chatman shed 60 pounds and got into gear

By Andrew Lawrence

Hustle and Flow

A new book gracefully traces pool shark Kid Delicious

By Kostya Kennedy

Q&A

Dwayne Johnson

By Adam Duerson

Faces in the Crowd

Update

Ankiel Agonistes

Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Sarah Kwak

PRO FOOTBALL

The Little Big Hitter Of Indy

At 5'8", Colts safety Bob Sanders plays with a ferocious physicality that belies his size. The NFL's most indispensable defender knows it's a risk—and he won't back down

By Damon Hack

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Special Delivery

Having survived a car accident and overcome guilt about playing while his older brother couldn't, Boston College's Matt Ryan has developed into one of the nation's top passers and helped make the Eagles a BCS contender

By Mark Beech

VOLLEYBALL

Let Us Now Praise Karch Kiraly

No one passed better, defended tougher, lasted longer or won more. At 46 he's retiring after defining both versions of his sport

By Kelli Anderson

SOCCER

The Mouth That Scored

In leading the U.S. to the semifinals of the World Cup, Abby Wambach has netted goals every way possible. Just ask the bruising forward about it (or anything else)

By Mark Bechtel

A PLAYOFF

LATE & GREAT

SUMMER'S OVER, BUT THE HEAT'S BEING TURNED UP ON SOME OF THE GAME'S BIGGEST STARS AS THEY TAKE THE OCTOBER STAGE. JONATHAN PAPELBON'S REPLY: BRING IT

By Tom Verducci

Inside

Inside: The Week In Sports

The NFL

By Jim Trotter

King's Corner

By Peter King

Dr. Z's Forecast

By Paul Zimmerman

College Football

By Adam Duerson

High School Football

By Joe Lemire

NASCAR

By Lars Anderson

The Best of Reilly

Extra Credit At Middlebury

By Rick Reilly

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