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Jun 17, 2013

MEN AT WORK

THERE'S NO PLACE TO HIDE AGAINST THE MIDDLE OF THE TIGERS' LINEUP: MIGUEL CABRERA AND PRINCE FIELDER ARE BOTH MASSIVE, FREAKISHLY STRONG AND HITTING SAVANTS. BUT THE SCARIEST THING ABOUT THE GAME'S MOST RELENTLESS 3--4 COMBO? THEY'RE BOTH OUT THERE GRINDING EVERY SINGLE DAY

Apr 14, 2014

The Believers

After they were banned from the NCAA tournament a season ago, coach Kevin Ollie held the Huskies together by giving them a higher sense of purpose. Then he guided the No. 7 seed to upset after upset—and, with a steely win over Kentucky, to the school's second title in four years

Jan 18, 2010

Having Fun Yet, Mr. Mayor?

Running Detroit isn't a job, it's a sentence. That's no retirement gig for a 66-year-old NBA Hall of Fame guard turned millionaire entrepreneur, is it? Dave Bing thinks differently (though he won't begrudge you thinking he's crazy)

Jul 09, 2012

This Changes Everything

The powers that be in college football finally agreed on a framework for a playoff, and—thankfully—the game may never be the same

Oct 29, 2012

Mr. October

HE CUTS MANY FIGURES—VOICE OF THE SUMMER, VOICE OF THE FALL, ENGAGING, POLARIZING—AND THAT'S BEFORE WE EVEN GET TO THE SHADOW OF HIS OLD MAN. BUT IN A CLIMACTIC MONTH WHEN JOE BUCK'S WORLDS ARE COLLIDING, WE ARE REMINDED HE'S SOMETHING ELSE: AS GOOD AS IT GETS

Dec 02, 2013

THE SEVEN-YEAR GLITCH

AFTER A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL CAREER ON THE FIELD, MATT MILLEN SET RECORDS FOR INEPTITUDE IN SEVEN-PLUS SEASONS AS THE LIONS' GENERAL MANAGER. BUT EVEN AS HIS NAME BECAME A PUNCH LINE, HIS SELF-ESTEEM NEVER SUFFERED

Jul 04, 2011

WINNING, IN A MAJOR WAY

Today's Indians are taking cues from their (albeit funnier) silver screen predecessors—and Cleveland should consider that a good thing

Mar 05, 2012

FUN AND DONE

John Calipari runs a well-oiled draft-pick machine, and with Kentucky's success, can you really blame him?

Sep 17, 2012

LET'S HEAR IT FOR THE POISE

Andrew Luck's turnover-riddled debut felt eerily familiar—and it did little to shake the faith of his teammates