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LEADING OFF

LEADING OFF

GOLF PLUS

MAN AT WORK (REALLY!)

DON'T BE FOOLED BY APPEARANCES. JIMMY WALKER'S MAIDEN TRIP TO THE HYUNDAI TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS WAS ALL ABOUT GETTING HIS SWING RIGHT AND BUILDING ON A BREAKTHROUGH YEAR

By Alan Shipnuck

SAL'S CORNER

By Sal Johnson

MY BAG: Keegan Bradley

By Rob Sauerhaft

THE MAIL

THE MAIL

BCS CHAMPIONSHIP 2014

Ready, Set, Go

The 2013 season is over, which means the 2014 Heisman race is on, marked by this early ranking of the top 10 contenders for the stiff-arming statue

By Zac Ellis

Coming Up Next...

From recruiting to coaching to conferences, these are some of the questions that will dominate the college football conversation from now until Ole Miss and Boise State meet in the Kickoff Game on Aug. 28

The Undecided

National Signing Day is Feb. 5, and as the deadline bears down, a handful of the nation's best high schoolers still haven't made their choices

By Emily Kaplan

SEMINOLES RISING

AFTER TRAILING THE AUBURN MIRACLE WORKERS BY 18 POINTS, FLORIDA STATE MADE A LITTLE MAGIC OF ITS OWN, RALLYING FOR THREE FOURTH-QUARTER TOUCHDOWNS TO CLAIM ITS THIRD NATIONAL TITLE—AND END THE SEC'S CHARMED BCS RUN

By Andy Staples

Bowl Season's Best

From the Gildan to the GoDaddy, this year's bowls provided many great performances, but the 10 below stood out

By Ben Glicksman

The MMQB

THE COLD HARD TRUTH

SUPER BOWL XLVIII IS LIKELY TO BE THE CHILLIEST EVER, WHICH HISTORY SHOWS IS BAD NEWS FOR PASSING ATTACKS. BUT TEAMS THAT HAVE STRONG GROUND GAMES AND PUNISHING DEFENSES? THEY'RE COOL WITH THAT

By Ben Reiter

THERE'S A STORY BEHIND KNOWSHON MORENO'S TEARS

THEY'RE THE TEARS OF A ONETIME CLOWN AND A PERCEIVED NFL BUST, OF A KID WHO GREW UP LIVING HAND-TO-MOUTH, SHELTER-TO-SHELTER. AND IN THESE PLAYOFFS, THEY'RE ALSO THE TEARS OF THE MOST IMPORTANT BRONCO NOT NAMED PEYTON MANNING

By Tim Layden

The Wizard And the Giant

The Wizard And the Giant

AS PLAYERS GREW MORE REBELLIOUS IN THE LATE 1960S, UCLA COACH JOHN WOODEN HAD TO LOOSEN HIS GRIP—MOST NOTABLY IN HIS RELATIONSHIP WITH HIS STAR CENTER, LEW ALCINDOR

By Seth Davis

POINT AFTER

Act of Intolerance

By Phil Taylor

Departments

Never Chalk Alone

By Peter King

THE CASE FOR THE... Seahawks

By Andy Benoit

THE CASE FOR THE... Saints

By Andy Benoit

THE CASE FOR THE... Panthers

By Andy Benoit

THE CASE FOR THE... 49ers

By Andy Benoit

THE CASE FOR THE... Broncos

By Andy Benoit

THE CASE FOR THE... Chargers

By Andy Benoit

THE CASE FOR THE... Patriots

By Andy Benoit

THE CASE FOR THE...Colts

By Andy Benoit

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Alexandra Fenwick

Just My Type

By Interview by Dan Patrick

Bull Market for a Bear

High-flying Bruins guard Zach LaVine has worked his way into the lottery discussion

By Chris Mannix