January 16, 2015

Here is a roundup of SI.com's 10 most popular stories this week. Be sure to read to the bottom for a bonus story from the SI Vault.

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Nick Young has become one of the NBA's most beloved characters since he started playing in Los Angeles. Find out what drives Young and his alter ego, "Swaggy P." By Lee Jenkins. 

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Cardale Jones could have declared for the NFL draft after only playing in three college games. But he says he'd rather be the first person in his family to graduateBy Pete Thamel.

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Find out where Marcus Mariota, Jameis Winston and all the other top prospects may be selected in the upcoming NFL draft. Will Winston's up-and-down senior season slide him out of the top five? By Chris Burke.

Courtesy of the Cadigan family
A little over two years ago, Jack Cadigan was lying unconscious, his heart stopped, at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston By Ali Fenwick.

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Every team in the NFL is always looking for the latest edge. But even with the game's offensive explosion, it's defensive coaches having championship successBy Don Banks.

SI.com remembers the best moments of the college football season with the top 25 games of the season. Find out where we ranked the playoff games, and regular season classics such as Baylor vs. TCU. 

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James Harden takes us inside his home—and into this fridge—to reveal the eating habits that keep him in MVP shapeBy Jamie Lisanti.

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While fan voting will decide the starters for the NBA All-Star Game, SI.com's Ben Golliver chooses who deserves to take the court first at Madison Square Garden based on production, not popularity.

Although pitch clocks may help speed up games in the minor leagues, the ugly timers have no place in The ShowBy Cliff Corcoran.

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It took a summertime epiphany while training in the Chicago suburbs, coupled with more opportunity in Charlottesville, for Justin Anderson's production to match his potential. By Brian Hamilton.

This story - one of 60 iconic stories being republished, in full, in honor of Sports Illustrated's 60th anniversary - is from 1981. It is Frank DeFord's iconic profile of Bobby KnightBy Frank DeFord.

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