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LEADING OFF

LEADING OFF

THE MAIL

THE MAIL

Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS

The Case for ... Johnny Heisman

By Ben Glicksman

Kap'n Crunch

Jim Kelly with wheels? Tim Tebow with touch? All the Niners know is that with Colin Kaepernick at the helm, its offense sails

By Jim Trotter

PETER KING'S THINGS I THINK

By Peter King

We Meet Again, at Last

Added firepower will give the Dynamo a new hope against the star-powered Galaxy as the two teams battle in an MLS Cup sequel

By Grant Wahl

You're Just What We're Looking For

Help Wanted: Many teams entered the season with open positions ranging from the point to the paint. It's still early, but these players have answered the call and shown they're up to the job

ANDREW LUCK

CHUCKSTRONG, LUCKSTRONG

BUOYED BY A PRECOCIOUS ROOKIE QUARTERBACK AND INSPIRED BY THEIR COACH'S COURAGEOUS BATTLE, THE COLTS HAVE TURNED THEMSELVES INTO CONTENDERS IN THE UNLIKELIEST STORY OF THE NFL SEASON

By Peter King

No Luck at All

If the Colts are the model of QB consistency, what does that make Cleveland? And what can a 29-year-old rookie do to change that?

By Mark Bechtel

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

The Next Zig Thing

IS A GHANAIAN SOCCER PLAYER WHO DREAMED OF NBA GLORY AND SUCCESSFULLY WALKED ONTO THE BYU TRACK TEAM ABOUT TO CONQUER THE NFL DRAFT? THE LONG AND WINDING TALE OF EZEKIEL (ZIGGY) ANSAH

By Jeff Benedict

PRO BASKETBALL

MONEY BALLSY

ROCKETS G.M. DARYL MOREY TAKES A MORE ANALYTIC VIEW THAN OTHER NBA EXECS—AND HE'LL RISK EVERYTHING TO BACK IT UP

By Chris Ballard

BASEBALL

Tinker to Evers to Chance . . . to Me

After years of boasting that he was related to Hall of Fame second baseman Johnny Evers, the author set out to explore—for better and worse—the century-old myth of the double-play artist

By Tim Layden

POINT AFTER

It's Time to Scratch a Few Records

By Phil Taylor

Departments

Bittersweet Science

The death of Hector Camacho was the latest reminder that for too many fighters, boxing only forestalls an inevitable demise

By Richard Hoffer

HOT | NOT

Selectoral College

How would a BCS playoff look this year? SI convened a selection committee to find out

By Stewart Mandel

Retirement Planning

Which NFL players and coaches have a future behind the mike? Network executives have some ideas

Winning For Sam

In Williamsport, victory in the wake of a tragedy. Again

By Chris Ballard

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Alexandra Fenwick

Just My Type

By Dan Patrick