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THE MAIL

THE MAIL

GOLF PLUS

ADAM'S REIGN

SUPREMELY TALENTED BUT WITHOUT A MAJOR TITLE, ADAM SCOTT FINALLY BROKE THROUGH AT AUGUSTA, GIVING AUSTRALIA ITS FIRST MASTERS CHAMPION WITH A PAIR OF CLUTCH BIRDIE PUTTS

By John Garrity

BRAD FAXON: MASTERS SPEAK

By Brad Faxon

Young and Able

Guan Tianlang won over the Augusta crowds, and the 14-year-old had enough game to stick around for the weekend

By Sarah Kwak

High and Dry-Eyed

BRANDT SNEDEKER FLEW CLOSE TO THE SUN AT AUGUSTA AND EVEN THOUGH HE CRASHED AND BURNED (AGAIN), THIS TIME HE KEPT HIS EMOTIONS IN CHECK AND EXPECTATIONS HIGH

By Gary Van Sickle

The Long Road Back

TEN YEARS AFTER A TENSE SUDDEN-DEATH PLAYOFF PUT THEM AT THE CENTER OF GOLF'S GRANDEST DRAMA, MIKE WEIR AND LEN MATTIACE ARE GRINDING TO RETURN TO THE STAGE

By Cameron Morfit

MY BAG: John Huh

By Rob Sauerhaft

LEADING OFF

LEADING OFF

THE MASTERS

AUSSIE, RULES

ADAM SCOTT CHASED GREG NORMAN'S GHOSTS OUT OF AMEN CORNER WITH A STIRRING FINISH, BUT TIGER WOODS'S COLLISION WITH THE RULES OF GOLF STOLE MUCH OF THE BUZZ AROUND THE 77TH MASTERS

By Michael Bamberger

NFL DRAFT PREVIEW

Unbreakable

Last October, everyone with a pair of eyes could see that Marcus Lattimore's football career was over. Now they're ready to see his NFL dream fulfilled

By Andy Staples

King of Hearts

Would you draft a guy who nearly died on the football field less than a year ago?

By Andrew Perloff

PETER KING'S MOCK DRAFT

We say it every year, but this time we really mean it: There'll be a mad dash to trade down from the top. There's no Andrew Luck superstar to froth over, but there's good depth from 10 to 50. Here's how Round 1 will play out

By Peter King

The New Silver and Black

SI FOLLOWED OAKLAND'S BRAIN TRUST OVER THE COURSE OF A YEAR AS IT WORKED TO TRANSFORM THE CULTURE OF AN ICONIC FRANCHISE THAT LOST ITS WAY DURING AL DAVIS'S FINAL DECADE. REASONED DECISIONS, MODERN MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING FOR THE LONG TERM? THESE AREN'T YOUR FATHER'S RAIDERS—AND THAT'S A GOOD THING

By Jim Trotter

MLB

The Next Nats

THEY WILL LIKELY FINISH FOURTH IN THE AL WEST AND THEIR DEVELOPMENT OF YOUNG HITTERS HAS BEEN ABYSMAL, BUT THERE'S A PLAN IN PLACE TO BUILD THE MARINERS INTO THE GAME'S NEXT JUGGERNAUT. HERE'S WHY WE'RE BUYING IN

By Ben Reiter

PRO HOCKEY

Chris Pronger Has a Headache

EIGHTEEN MONTHS AFTER AN EYE INJURY AND POSTCONCUSSION SYMPTOMS DERAILED HIS HALL OF FAME CAREER, THE FLYERS' DEFENSEMAN FACES A TOUGH LIFE AWAY FROM THE GAME

By Brian Cazeneuve

POINT AFTER

Teary Thoughts on A Special Day

By Steve Rushin

Departments

Terror, Yet Again

Tragedy has struck our games before the Boston Marathon. So why did the explosions on Monday feel scarier than the others?

By S.L. Price

Witness to The Aftermath

By David Epstein

Look Upward, Angels

Take heart, Angels: A slump isn't always a bad thing. It may be just the opposite

By Joe Sheehan

Fjord Fiesta!

A viral-video star from Norway kicks his way into pro football

The 8 Debate

By Elizabeth Newman

It Could Get Messy

The chance of a Champions League matchup between Barcelona and Real Madrid has a nation on edge

By Grant Wahl

HOT | NOT

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Alexandra Fenwick

Just My Type

By Dan Patrick

The Case for ...The Next UConn Dynasty

By Richard Deitsch