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GOLF PLUS

The Rise And Fall

By Alan Shipnuck

BRANDEL CHAMBLEE FOR SEVE

By Brandel Chamblee

Star Lite

RORY-TIGER WITH THE CUP ON THE LINE SOUNDS GOOD BUT WOULDN'T HAVE BEEN MUCH OF A MATCH

By John Garrity

Making the Grade

By Gary Van Sickle

MY BAG: Bill Haas

By David Dusek

LEADING OFF

LEADING OFF

THE MAIL

THE MAIL

Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Fresh Squeezed

THE HURRICANES' FIRST-YEAR RUNNING BACK DUKE JOHNSON IS BRINGING THE BIG PLAY BACK TO MIAMI—NO LINES, NO WAITING

By Stewart Mandel

Moving Targets

TRANSFERS HAVE REACHED MASSIVE PROPORTIONS IN DIVISION I, WITH MORE THAN 400 PLAYERS CHANGING SCHOOLS LAST SEASON. THESE SECOND-CHANCE RECRUITS WERE SNAPPED UP BY TOP PROGRAMS—BUT NOT ALL OF THEM ARE BULL'S-EYE CHOICES TO LEAVE A BIG MARK IN THEIR NEW ROLES

By Dan Greene

Cardinal Virtue

FOUR STRAIGHT VICTORIES—AND A SUDDEN CALM—SUGGEST THAT ARIZONA QUARTERBACK KEVIN KOLB HAS FINALLY FOUND HIS FORM

By Jim Trotter

PETER KING'S THINGS I THINK

By Peter King

Brandon Bolden Junior Partner

By David Sabino

A Strong Euro

IMPROVED SCOUTING MEANS FEWER OVERSEAS PLAYERS ARE TURNING OUT TO BE BUSTS, WHICH BODES WELL FOR TORONTO'S JONAS VALANCIUNAS

By Chris Mannix

THE CASE FOR ... Talladega

By Lars Anderson

MLB PLAYOFFS

WHAT IT TAKES

By Tom Verducci

PRO FOOTBALL

American Zebra

By Steve Rushin

Too Much of a Good Thing

Referee resolution? Great. Now on to the next problem: Additional Thursday matchups that are compromising the quality of play and, just maybe, player safety

By Matt Gagne

Peace in Our Time

Who won the lockout (the refs, for now) matters far less than that the new agreement ensures long-term labor harmony

By Jim Trotter

GOLF

Love's Story

By Davis Love III

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

The Fight In the Dog

By Andy Staples

The World's Team

The World's Team

By Grant Wahl

POINT AFTER

NFL, You Have a Problem

By Phil Taylor

Departments

Really Rockin' The Vote

DREW CAREY'S SEATTLE SOUNDERS ARE ENFRANCHISING FANS ON FRANCHISE MATTERS, BUT ARE SPORTS READY FOR DEMOCRACY?

By Richard Hoffer

HOT | NOT

For the Record

Swim Clubs

DIFFERENT STROKES? MICHAEL PHELPS SWAPS HIS SPEEDO FOR SLACKS AND DIVES INTO GOLF

By Alan Shipnuck

Trauma Induced

Growing concern over the prevalence of head injuries at all levels of sports led an award-winning filmmaker to study the problem

By Dan Greene

Fall Fashions

A raft of one-of-a-kind uniforms around the country have fans seeing ... shiny chrome?

By Tim Newcomb

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Alexandra Fenwick

The Team That Isn't There

Just My Type

By Dan Patrick