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By WITH HOST Maggie Gray

GOLF PLUS

Who You Calling Old?

With his hands all over the Ryder Cup and flashes of brilliant play at the Honda, Phil Mickelson proved that even at 44 he's about more than winning majors. And spurred by the young guns, he just might have the game to contend for years

By Michael Bamberger

INBOX

INBOX

SPECIAL REPORT

FOUL PLAY

College basketball is facing a crisis. The combination of physical play and a plodding pace has created a game that stinks to watch. The solution? Changes to the rules—and to the committee that makes them

By Seth Davis

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

KNIGHT TRUMPS WIZARD

After the curtain descended on UCLA's majestic run, it rose on an Indiana team whose muscular style became the blueprint for success. The sport hasn't been the same since

By Luke Winn

PRO FOOTBALL

YOU'RE MY 'BOY, BLUE! (TILL YOU'RE NOT)

By Austin Murphy

SUITED UP, READY TO GO

WHIZ-BANG FOR THE BUCK

By Chris Burke

PRO BASKETBALL

DOING THEIR FAIR SHARE

By Lee Jenkins

COLLEGE SPORTS

A HIDDEN EPIDEMIC

THE CASES OF SEVERAL HIGH-PROFILE ATHLETES ARE REMINDERS THAT SEXUAL ASSAULT IS A TOO-FREQUENT PROBLEM ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES. A NEW FILM SHINES LIGHT ON THE SCOURGE AND ON THOSE WHO SUFFER IN THE DARK

By Ben Reiter

AARON LEVI

A Giant Shadow

Boasting about his sexual encounters, Wilt Chamberlain said there would never be any "little Wilties." That may not have been true, as adoptee Aaron Levi found in his quest to locate his biological parents

By Gary M. Pomerantz

POINT AFTER

Recreation Director

By Steve Rushin

Departments

Leading Off

Help Needed

Regardless of how many games he misses, Josh Hamilton's reported drug relapse shows the Angels' star has much bigger concerns than just getting back on the field

By Tom Verducci

Earl Lloyd 1928--2015

By Phil Taylor

Anthony Mason 1966--2015

By Brian Koppelman

Spring Dings

Some of baseball's most bizarre injuries—including three this year—happen before the season even starts

HOT | NOT

FACES IN THE CROWD

Edited By Alexandra Fenwick

Just My Type

By Interview by Dan Patrick

The Case for ... MLS

By Grant Wahl