November 28, 2012

On SI.comThe stories from Sports Illustrated's Dec. 3, 2012 issue:

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When the Colts drafted Peyton Manning, they won three games in his rookie season. Few expected Andrew Luck to make a significant impact in his first season in Indianapolis -- instead he has the Colts at 7-4 and on the cusp of a playoff berth. With a team bonded by a strong coach, the Colts have that feel of destiny to them.

Sports Illustrated wants you to select the Picture of the Year for 2012. Beginning on Thursday, Nov. 29, fans can go to and rank their favorites among 15 photos selected by SI's editors. The winning shot will be included in the Dec. 24 issue of the magazine.

Hector (Macho) Camacho used to steal cars for fun. He eventually rose his streetwise style to fame and fortune in the ring. Joan Ackermann-Blount's 1983 piece goes inside the rise of the Puerto Rican boxer that would become an icon.

See the photos of Notre Dame's BCS clinching victory against USC, Ohio State's final touch on its perfect season, and Florida's thrilling comeback against Florida State in this week's Top 25 Gallery.

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Andy Staples: Johnny Football adjusting to fame

Stewart Mandel: Money not the question in major coaching searches

Andy Staples: No dominant teams left in Power Rankings

The new favorites for MVP and Offensive Rookie of the Year may surprise you, but Jim Trotter discusses why some races are closer than others. See where this week's cover subject, Andrew Luck, stands in Trotters' weekly Awards Watch.

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Dennis Dillon: Meet T.Y. Hilton, the other Colts' rookie star

Don Banks: Week 14 Power Rankings

Chris Burke: Why is Joe Flacco so pitiful on the road?

Nerlens Noel tops Chris Mannix's second installment of the 2013 NBA draft Big Board. With Shabazz Muhammad off to a rocky start to the season and scouts not "wowed" by Cody Zeller, the board is wide open for high risers and sky fallers.

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Luke Winn: Off-the-grid prospect garnering legitimate NBA attention

Ben Golliver: The Lakers and Mike D'Antoni have a Gasol problem

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