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LEADING OFF

LEADING OFF

Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Be Very Afraid

A defensive-minded crew at Richmond is conjuring up memories of the school's giant killers past

By George Dohrmann

SETH DAVIS'S Three-Pointer

By Seth Davis

Truth Be Told

By making the Match Play his first win on U.S. soil, flashy Ian Poulter backed up a vow he made in 2008

By Damon Hack

Trade Secrets

Who made the best and worst deadline deals? Here's a hint: Houston, you won't have a problem scoring

By Chris Mannix

Vancouver 2010

American Flyers

The brilliant and often baffling Bode Miller roared from behind in the combined to win his first gold ever, leading the U.S. Alpine team to a record number of medals

By Tim Layden

FREE REIGN

By E.M. Swift

A LESSON IN HIGHER EDUCATION

By Austin Murphy

A KING DENIED HIS CROWN

By Alexander Wolff

SHORT THRILLS

With another heart-stopping run, Apolo Ohno got his record medal and whipped his fans into a frenzy

By Brian Cazeneuve

SMASHING DEBUT

By Selena Roberts

MAN OF HIS WORD

By Michael Farber

SONG OF THE SNOW LEOPARD

The slalom racer from Ghana, the luger from India: They do not care for your mocking tone (though they will tolerate, grudgingly, your utter lack of faith in their medal chances)

By S.L. Price

PRO BASKETBALL

Unlovable Losers

By Joe Posnanski

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

The Luxury Imports Are Here

By Luke Winn

SPRING TRAINING PREVIEW

Feel the Glove

OBP? Sooo 2003. This winter baseball's smart guys—most notably the ones running the Mariners—turned run prevention into the Next Big Thing

By Albert Chen

The Buzz This Spring

Comebacks, hot prospects and a closely watched coach are the talk of camps

By Tom Verducci

National Hero?

Stephen Strasburg, future ace, gets his shot to bail out Washington

By Joe Sheehan

General Knowledge

In praise of the G.M.'s who made the savviest moves of the off-season

By Tim Marchman

Point After

A Tale of Two Lindseys

By Phil Taylor

Departments

Letters

Masthead

The Shrinking Of Tiger Woods

The mea culpa heard round the world was a sad performance

By Alan Shipnuck

Who's Hot Who's Not

Round Two

With typical pugnacity, Denver's George Karl again deals with cancer

By Ian Thomsen

For the Record

Razor's Edge

The story of a college coach's personal torment

By Dick Friedman

Gary, Helloooo

Why the NHL needs to be in the '14 Games

By Michael Farber

Blade Haiku

NBC Presents: Verse on Ice!

Just My Type

By Dan Patrick

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Elizabeth McGarr

The Vault

Things I Think I Think

By Peter King