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SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD

Rocket's Red Glare

Roger Clemens is outraged at allegations he used steroids. Does that matter?

By Richard Hoffer

WHO'S Hot WHO'S Not

For the Record

Aloha Means Goodbye

By Pablo S. Torre

Running on Empty

With funds and friends in short supply, Marion Jones may face prison

By Brian Cazeneuve

The Warren Report

By Pablo S. Torre

FIRST PERSON Greg Jennings

As told to Joe Lemire

Mountain Magic

A movie probes the mysteries of extreme skiing

The Beat

By Adam Duerson

Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Sarah Kwak

Faces in the Crowd

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Two-Timing Tigers

In sending Ohio State to a second straight crushing defeat in the title game, marauding LSU became the first school to win the BCS twice

By Austin Murphy

NFL PLAYOFFS

Dream On!

With his unlikely dash, David Garrard was the Steelers' worst nightmare. Now the Jacksonville QB is ready to send the mighty Patriots a wake-up call

By Tim Layden

Load Bearer

San Diego has pinned its hopes on Philip Rivers. Against the Titans, he was up to the task

By Jim Trotter

Full Blast

An electrocharged edge rusher who drives a hybrid and hikes mountains just to throw up? As the Redskins found out, Patrick Kerney is Seattle's most unconventional weapon

By Lee Jenkins

Eli Grows Up

The Giants' much beleaguered young Manning is finally playing like a franchise quarterback. Question: Will it last?

By Damon Hack

Dr. Z's Forecast: Divisional Round

By Paul Zimmerman

PRO BASKETBALL

So Far ... So Great

The new-look, suddenly defensive-minded Celtics are off to the fourth-best start in NBA history. But as the Pistons learned, it's not just thanks to the Big Three

By Jack McCallum

Minnesota Dreaming

The T-Wolves helped the Celtics get to the top of the league ... while they sit at the bottom. But there is reason for optimism

By Chris Mannix

PRO HOCKEY

A Tale of Three Goalies

With the Devils' Martin Brodeur, the Islanders' Rick DiPietro and the Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist all among the NHL's elite, the debate over who's the best hearkens back to the days of Willie, Mickey and the Duke

By Michael Farber

MICHAEL BEASLEY

B-Easy Does It

Living up to his nickname, fun-loving Kansas State forward MICHAEL BEASLEY is coolly tearing through his freshman season and putting his boisterous past behind him

By Grant Wahl

Inside

Inside: The Week In Sports

College Basketball

By Kelli Anderson

The NFL

By Paul Zimmerman

Point After

A Changeup For Bud's Boys

By Chris Ballard

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