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XLII, Meet LXX

When the Super Bowl, the football season's biggest game, was staged next door to the FBR Open, the best-attended golf tournament in history, seemingly disparate sports cultures coexisted quite nicely

By Damon Hack

Body Blows

Tiger Woods strikes twice

By Jim Gorant

Big Play

By Jim Suttie

Cup Check

Paul Azinger knows the key ingredient to a winning Ryder recipe

By Gary Van Sickle

SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD

Too Much Information

Does the quest to know more about athletes—and umps—endanger us all?

By Richard Hoffer

WHO'S Hot WHO'S Not

For the Record

The General Rides Off

By Grant Wahl

Caron Butler

As told to Chris Mannix

Changing His Stripes

An undercover cop turned NBA ref tells his tale

By Jack McCallum

The Beat

By Arash Markazi

Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Sarah Kwak

Faces in the Crowd

On Thin Ice Update

Just My Type

By Dan Patrick

The List

Five Most Memorable Encounters from My Super Bowl Week in Glendale

By Dan Patrick

SUPER BOWL XLII

They're History

Behind a ferocious assault on Tom Brady and a final drive for the ages, the upstart Giants broke the unbeaten Patriots in Super Bowl XLII and pulled off one of the NFL's greatest upsets

By Tim Layden

The Incredibles

A trio of unheralded pass-catchers, led by David Tyree, keyed the Giants' victory

By Jim Trotter

Two-Minute Thrill

New York's final drive was a madcap case of crisis management

By Paul Zimmerman

PRO BASKETBALL

Fit for a King

Behind the leadership and late-game heroics of LeBron James, the Cavaliers have shaken off a highly disappointing start and jumped into the Eastern title hunt

By Phil Taylor

BASEBALL

The Real Steal

While baseball fixated on the destination of a two-time Cy Young winner, self-effacing Orioles ace Erik Bedard quietly surfaced as an off-season pickup who could make an equally big impact

By Ben Reiter

Spring Awakening

With pitchers and catchers about to report, here's what you need to know in tracking the off-season's big moves

By Tom Verducci

SQUASH

The Court Supremes

Led by an obsessive coach and loaded with international talent, the Trinity College squash team has not lost in almost 10 years, building the longest winning streak in college sports history

By Michael Bamberger

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

A Time To Heal

After a series of horrific family tragedies almost caused him to quit school, former backup Darnell Jackson has made himself a frontcourt force for Kansas

By Luke Winn

BOXING

Forged to Fight

A proud son of Youngstown, Ohio, and the sport's most exciting new force, middleweight champion Kelly Pavlik still draws his strength from the grit and soul of the Steel Valley

By Richard Hoffer

Inside

Inside: The Week In Sports

The NBA

By Chris Mannix

The NHL

By Michael Farber

Pierre McGuire's In the Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Point After

The Weight of The World

By Selena Roberts

Departments

Leading Off

A Familiar Voice

Dan Patrick comes to our pages, web and otherwise

By David Bauer

Letters