Publish date:

March 14, 2011 Table Of Contents

Author:
1008470 - TOC Cover Image

Buy the Cover

Browse the Magazine

GOLF PLUS

Inside Cover Description

Titanic Thompsons

By Michael Bamberger

Company Man

By John Garrity

Teeing Off

Local News

A USGA change that shouldn't have occurred until 2014 has closed the Open

By John Ziegler

We're No. 2!

By Brandel Chamblee

LEADING OFF

LEADING OFF

Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Hidden Foe

James Madison guard Dawn Evans, the nation's second-leading scorer, isn't the player of the year favorite; she's just the one with the best story

By Kelli Anderson

SETH DAVIS'S Three-Pointer

By Seth Davis

Star Turnabout

After enduring a public All-Star snubbing, Phil Kessel has lifted the Maple Leafs into playoff contention

By Brian Cazeneuve

PIERRE MCGUIRE'S In the Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Lady's Secret

Rapidly improving Danica Patrick remains coy about her big choice: Will it be NASCAR or IndyCar in 2012?

By Lars Anderson

JOHN CALIPARI

TOO SLICK, TOO LOUD, TOO SUCCESSFUL WHY JOHN CALIPARI CAN'T CATCH A BREAK

The NCAA hasn't held him accountable for any major violation, and dark rumors about his recruiting methods have never stuck. Still, no matter what good the Kentucky coach does—visiting the sick, helping at-risk kids—he's assumed to have an ulterior motive

By S.L. Price

PRO BASKETBALL

DEFIANT IN DENVER

By Lee Jenkins

PRO HOCKEY

THE PUBLIC ENEMY

By Michael Farber

SOCCER

REBUILT TO LAST

By Grant Wahl

The Streak

Seventy summers ago, Joe DiMaggio hit safely in 56 straight games, setting the most hallowed record in sports. Along the way, though, a sweltering weekend in Washington, D.C., almost halted his march to history

By Kostya Kennedy

Point After

No Joy in Metsville

By Phil Taylor

Departments

Sunday Money

By Terry McDonell

Masthead

Letters

THE GROSS FOOTBALL PRODUCT

By REPORTED BY Doris Burke

A Master's Touch

Revered golf producer Frank Chirkinian earned himself a Hall of a send-off

By Michael Bamberger

For the Record

NHL: Hope Without Crosby?

In the absence of its most celebrated player, the league needs to spotlight new stars

By Sarah Kwak

Two-and-a-Half Degrees of Separation

By Brian Hendrickson

Just My Type

By Dan Patrick

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Alexandra Fenwick

Raven in The Ring

Tommy Zbikowski goes back to boxing

By Pablo S. Torre