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LEADING OFF

LEADING OFF

Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Under Attack

A planned lawsuit against the BCS by the Utah attorney general is another blow to the postseason system

By Austin Murphy

ANDY STAPLES'S Extra Points

By Andy Staples

Help Wanted

Without a title sponsor for next year, the Heritage, one of the most popular stops on Tour, could be history

By John Garrity

Happy Endings

In a rousing first round replete with comebacks, fans saw the best by-product of the 2004--05 lockout

By Sarah Kwak

PIERRE MCGUIRE'S In the Crease

By Pierre McGuire

More Is Less

Miss pennant races? Think the regular season should matter? Then an expanded postseason isn't for you

By Joe Sheehan

NBA PLAYOFFS

PERFECT STORM

By Lee Jenkins

TRIPLE THREAT

By Lee Jenkins

BRUTE FORCE

By Chris Mannix

NO ONE-MAN SHOW

By Chris Mannix

CALL IT A COMEBACK

By Ian Thomsen

SWEPT AWAY

By Ian Thomsen

WAITING FOR SUPERMAN

By Chris Mannix

GETTING WARMER

By Ian Thomsen

BASEBALL

OH, THE PLACES THEY'LL GO

By Phil Taylor

NHL PLAYOFFS

DISGUSTING, BUT IN A GOOD WAY

By Brian Cazeneuve

PRO FOOTBALL

AUSTIN COLLIE CLEARS HIS HEAD

By Tim Layden

BERYL SHIPLEY

AN ACCIDENTAL HERO BERYL SHIPLEY, 1926--2011

By John Ed Bradley

Point After

Bud in Full Bloom

By Joe Posnanski

Departments

Masthead

Letters

A Love That Will Never Die

A year after her murder Virginia's Yeardley Love is still a hero

By L. Jon Wertheim

The Strike Zone

Tracking the week's news both inside and outside the confines of cool

The Daredevil's in the Details

The outsized life of Evel Knievel leaps off the pages of a new biography

By Alex Belth

The Pop Culture Grid

Best of Times?

Record controversies often obscure the true appeal of track and field

By Tim Layden

For the Record

Just My Type

By Dan Patrick

Taking The Lead

NASCAR needs to honor a barrier breaker

By Lars Anderson

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Alexandra Fenwick