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Inside The Week In Sports

Nov. 22, 2004
Nov. 22, 2004

Table of Contents
Nov. 22, 2004

SCORECARD
LETTERS
SI Players
SI PLAYERS
College Football
PRO FOOTBALL
PRO BASKETBALL
College Basketball Preview 2004-05
College Basketball Previw 2004-05
Inside
Inside College Football
Inside Soccer
  • With a couple of goals in MLS Cup, D.C.'s Alecko Eskandarian conjured up images of his father's glory days

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Inside The Week In Sports

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

This is an article from the Nov. 22, 2004 issue Original Layout

Michigan State is running wild in the Big Ten • Georgia Tech's big-play freshman receiver • Boston College eyes Fiesta Bowl

THE NFL

Bucs' rebuilding process tests Gruden's patience • End of the line for Brunell in D.C.? • Dr. Z's Forecast: Beware the Hawk

THE NBA

Mourning makes his mark in New Jersey, even as he plans his departure • Scout: Struggling Kings lack their old chemistry

SOCCER

D.C. United striker Eskandarian continues the family's winning tradition • Clint Mathis may be on his way to Salt Lake City

COLOR PHOTOPhotograph by Alan Mothner/US PRESSWIRE HOT CURRY   Georgia Tech senior Nate Curry makes a dazzling catch along the Connecticut sideline in the Yellow Jackets' 30-10 win over the Huskies last Saturday in Atlanta. His fellow acrobatic wideout, freshman Calvin Johnson, contributed six receptions (page 136).