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Golf Plus

Steve Lowery, injured and out of it in 2007, wasn't the only veteran pro at Pebble Beach looking to rejuvenate his career in '08

By Gary Van Sickle

Scott Bolts

Hoch storms the Champions tour

By Jim Gorant

Big Play

By Mike Lopuszynski

Going On 60

As a Tour volunteer since 1948, I've seen the heart of the game

By Phyllis Wade

SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD

The Man Who Won't Go Away

How America's top steroid cop got Roger Clemens in his sights

By Lance Williams

WHO'S Hot WHO'S Not

For the Record

Brothers in Arms

For the Bengals, two Palmers are better than one

By Andrew Lawrence

Where 'Wrong' T's Go

By Pablo S. Torre

Osi Umenyiora

As told to Lisa Altobelli

The Game's the Thing

An ex-NFL star makes his Off-Broadway debut

By Adam Duerson

The Beat

By Adam Duerson

Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Sarah Kwak

Faces in the Crowd

SI, Feb. 20, 2006 Update

By Sarah Kwak

Dan Patrick

Just My Type

By Dan Patrick

The List

Suggestions for Spicing Up NBA All-Star Saturday

By Dan Patrick

NBA MIDSEASON REPORT

Wild West Shootout

The Hornets have created the buzz so far, but there are nine (nine!) high-caliber teams in the Western Conference, and only one will be left standing

By Jack McCallum

The Suns' Big Hunch

With its plodding new pickup in surprisingly good shape, fast-breaking Phoenix believes that it can complete its run for a title

By Jack McCallum

Honor Roll

SI's midseason awards have a decidedly Boston flavor

By Ian Thomsen

Playoff Predictions, Take 2

Some names have changed from SI's preseason picks, but the last team standing remains the same

By Ian Thomsen

Second-Half Storylines

The chemistry of the new-look Suns will draw plenty of interest, but here are three other situations to keep an eye on

By Ian Thomsen

BASEBALL

Homeland Security

There is a star under a steroids-related FBI investigation and it's not Roger Clemens. It's Miguel Tejada, who nonetheless remains an untainted hero in his native Dominican Republic

By Melissa Segura

BASKETBALL

Fast and Furious

Unbeaten Memphis has climbed to No. 1 using the Dribble-Drive Motion offense, a relentless and innovative attack that's all the rage among teams at all levels, from high school to the pros

By Grant Wahl

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

All Eyes on Terrelle

As college coaches and fans across the nation waited, quarterback Terrelle Pryor, the most coveted recruit in the land, decided not to make a decision

By Jack McCallum

Recruiting Notebook

By Stewart Mandel

Instant Impact

The 10 freshmen who will immediately make their mark

By Joe Lemire

The Tebow Effect

Quarterbacks who not only possess pinpoint accuracy but also can run over a linebacker are becoming all the rage

By Andy Staples

HOCKEY

A Northern Light

In an Inuit region of the Canadian subarctic, former NHL player (and trained rocket scientist) Joé Juneau is changing the world ... one slap shot at a time

By Michael Farber

2008 NASCAR PREVIEW

Fired Up

Driving for a powerhouse team and with a fresh outlook, NASCAR's most popular driver, Dale Earnhardt Jr., plans to give his fans a lot more to cheer about

By Lars Anderson

Take It from the Top

Riding high after two straight Cup titles, Jimmie Johnson isn't going to let a new teammate get in the way of a third

By Lars Anderson

It's All About The Driving

WITH A NEW CUP SEASON REVVING UP THIS WEEKEND, NASCAR'S "BACK TO BASICS" CAMPAIGN COMES DOWN TO ONE FACTOR: THE MEN BEHIND THE WHEEL (AS IT SHOULD)

By Mark Beech

Scouting Reports

On Sunday at Daytona the nine-month, 36-race charge for the Sprint Cup gets started. Here's how the top teams stack up in their all-out quest for the checkered flag

By Lars Anderson

Inside

Inside: The Week In Sports

College Basketball

By Stewart Mandel

The NHL

By Michael Farber

Pierre McGuire's In the Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Point After

The Silent Partner

By S.L. Price

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