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The Oral History of Johnny Football
Friends, family, coaches and Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel himself explain how he went from hypercompetitive Texas tot to best player in the nation
Jon Lester Fears No Curse
The Cubs? Champions? Believe it when you see it, Chicago fans say. Well, the big lefthander has seen it (sort of), and he is sold on the idea that the team can win it all.
RUNNING THE GAUNTLET
Jimmy Butler's game is defined by constant motion, an approach he learned the hard way growing up. Now, in his breakout season for the Bulls ...
THE ART OF AARON CRAFT
Aaron Craft's need to be one step ahead is most evident when he guards someone on a basketball court. As his coach at Ohio State, Thad ...
KYRIE IRVING'S BURDEN
As a sophomore at MKA, Irving scored 47 points in one game and 48 in another, prompting athletic director Todd Smith to nominate him for SI's ...
MAN IN FULL
AS THE COACH AT A HIGH SCHOOL NEAR CHICAGO, MIKE POWELL HAS DONE MORE THAN CREATE STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONS ...
But How 'Bout Them Lions?
Penn State's defeat of Georgia ended a long quest for a national title
Searching for Bobby Layne
Desperate to find their next great quarterback, the Lions are taking a good, hard look at top-rated Matthew Stafford—who has an uncanny link to their last great quarterback
The Butler Way
With a boy-wonder coach and a cast of underrated overachievers, these Bulldog pups are carrying on a tradition
Second To None A longtime Chicagoan takes stock of the local golf scene, and his own tortured history with the game
If Chicago's two best known celebrities, Michael Jordan and Al Capone, both loved to play golf, why can't a mope like me? The U.S. Open is ...