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Sports Illustrated DIGITAL

Sports Illustrated DIGITAL

LEADING OFF

LEADING OFF

THE MAIL

THE MAIL

Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Sink or Swim

Think Andrew Luck has it tough? All Ryan Tannehill has to do is be Dan Marino and make the Dolphins forget the past decade

By Peter King

Moving Expenses

By Paul Forrester

Trotter's Takeaways

Draft grades? Meaningless right now. But there are insights to be gleaned

By Jim Trotter

Share, Bears

Whether or not the Grizzlies can repeat last year's playoff success will come down to whether their two stars learn to coexist

By Chris Mannix

Shift Happens

What does Houston's Chris Snyder (career average: .229) have in common with the Splendid Splinter? Now even he sees defenses deploy radical alignments to stop him. The Ted Williams Shift—it isn't just for legends (or lefties) anymore

By Albert Chen

Competitive Edges

In April it's not how good or bad a team's record looks. The quality of a club's opponents might say more about its long-term chances for contending

By Joe Sheehan

Spectacular Four-Plan

The BCS is finally dead, and while the NCAA debates the new playoff model, SI has the plan that would be best for all

By Stewart Mandel

Those Hollywood Lights

Last season's scandal did little to hurt UCLA's recruiting

By Andy Glockner

Let Go of Luongo

After being supplanted in the net, the veteran goalie's tenure in Vancouver appears to be over. Here's where he might land

By Brian Cazeneuve

COACH'S CORNER Shorthanded Breakouts

By Pierre McGuire

Should B-Hop Bounce?

The up-and-down, but always entertaining, career of Bernard Hopkins is coming to a close. Or perhaps it isn't

By Chris Mannix

Running Wide Open

No driver is dominating the Cup series now for one very simple reason: Everybody is already focused on the Chase

By Lars Anderson

Nine For IX

The Power of Play

TITLE IX'S IMPACT HAS REACHED WELL BEYOND THE PLAYING FIELD, FOREVER CHANGING THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN SOCIETY. AS THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE LAW APPROACHES, SI EXAMINES NINE STORIES THAT REFLECT THE SPIRIT OF IX

By Kelli Anderson

Olympic Movement

The Atlanta Games inspired women's professional leagues in three sports

By Kelli Anderson

TITLE IX TIMELINE

How the law has evolved through 40 years of legal challenges

By Sarah Kwak

Naked Power

In 1976, 19 Yale rowers bared it all for equality

By Michael Bamberger

Let's Just Play Ball

Maria Pepe's persistence opened up Little League fields far beyond Hoboken, N.J.

By Melissa Segura

Spirits Of '72

Born the same year as Title IX, these three Olympians are deepening its impact

By Phil Taylor

Winning At Political Football

The legislation's staying power is the direct result of an attempt to dismantle it

By Alexander Wolff

When Billie Beat Bobby

The Battle of the Sexes resonated far beyond tennis

By L. Jon Wertheim

Chance to Be A Champion

Women were intramural afterthoughts until the AIAW was formed in 1971

By George Dohrmann

Father Figures

A girl's best friend in the fight for playing time was often her dad

By Alexander Wolff

Testing The Waters

Given one of the first scholarships, in swimming, Sharon Berg made it count

By Nancy Ramsey

POINT AFTER

Don't Show Him The Money

By Phil Taylor

Departments

Shorter Is Sweeter

By Jack McCallum

HOT | NOT

FOR THE RECORD

Plenty to Pick From

Some big names have been felled by injury, but U.S. hoops remains the London favorite

By Ian Thomsen

Gripping Insights

A pitch-perfect look at the knuckler highlights the Tribeca Film Festival's sports-movie lineup

By Rebecca Shore

THE LONG RUN HOME

An MLB exec logs miles for the workers who built his stadium

By Ben Reiter

FACES IN THE CROWD

Edited by Alexandra Fenwick

JUST MY TYPE

By Dan Patrick