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T.J. MCCONNELL

CATCHING FIRE

YOU CAN TAKE JUNIOR POINT GUARD T.J. MCCONNELL OUT OF PITTSBURGH, BUT YOU CAN'T TAKE THE CHIP-ON-THE-SHOULDER TOUGHNESS OUT OF A TRUE YINZER. AND HE'S THE SPARK ARIZONA NEEDED TO BECOME THE COUNTRY'S NO. 1 TEAM

By Kelli Anderson

2014 OLYMPICS SOCHI

MADE IN DETROIT (AND GREAT ON ICE)

THE MOTOR CITY HAS BECOME AN UNLIKELY EPICENTER FOR WORLD-CLASS FIGURE SKATING, INCLUDING ICE DANCERS MERYL DAVIS AND CHARLIE WHITE, WHO ARE FAVORED TO WIN GOLD IN SOCHI

By Brian Cazeneuve

SUPER BOWL XLVIII PREVIEW

10 THINGS WE THINK WE THINK

1 PEYTON MANNING HAS ONE MORE GHOST TO K.O.

By Andrew Lawrence

2 IT'S O.K. THAT RUSSELL WILSON IS NOT PEYTON MANNING

By Austin Murphy

3 IT'S HARD TO IMAGINE ANYTHING KEEPING DENVER DOWN

By Joan Niesen

4 IT'S TIME TO RIDE THE RIVERBOAT

By Jim Trotter

5 SLEEPING ON THESE SEATTLE RECEIVERS IS JUST STUPID

By Jim Trotter

6 DENVER'S DOMINANT RECEIVERS CAN BE CORRALLED

By Andy Benoit

7 ... AS CAN SEATTLE'S RUMBLING RUNNER

By Andy Benoit

8 CHAMP BAILEY'S PATH HAS PREPPED HIM FOR THIS MOMENT

By Andrew Lawrence

9 WHICH, ALTOGETHER, TIPS THE SCALES IN FAVOR OF...

By Peter King

10 BRING ON THE COLD—IT MAKES FOR A CLASSIC

By Michael Bamberger

POINT AFTER

Hot Topics, Cold Truths

By Steve Rushin

Departments

Leading Off

Losing Arguments

MLB's new replay system will reduce missed calls—and those wacky shouting matches too

By Ben Reiter

Cut to The Chase

Behind NASCAR's postseason overhaul

By Lars Anderson

Celluloid Zeroes

With Oscar season upon us, we present SI's picks for the most outstanding sports-villain performances

By Dan Treadway

HOT | NOT

Cool Running

Training for a different Iditarod race

By Emily Kaplan

Faces in the Crowd

Edited By Alexandra Fenwick

Just My Type

By Interview By Dan Patrick

The View from Above

New Mexico State's Sim Bhullar, who is 7'5", and his 7'3" brother, Tanveer, can see just how far they have to go to realize their NBA dreams

By Melissa Segura

The Case for ... Late Bloomers

By Kelli Anderson