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Inside: The Week In Sports

Oct. 10, 2005
Oct. 10, 2005

Table of Contents
Oct. 10, 2005

SI Players: Life on and off the Field
SI Players: Life on and off The Field
Features
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Inside: The Week In Sports

College Football
Miami safety Kenny Phillips is one of many true freshmen making an impact • Mack Brown has to go for broke against Oklahoma • Maryland's offense heats up

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The NFL
The Chargers put it all together on the first stop of a grueling six-game stretch • The Jaguars' attack lacks bite • Want a new stadium? Let the commissioner pave the way

Boxing
Clowning more than fighting, Roy Jones Jr. takes another beating from champ Antonio Tarver in their light heavyweight rubber match • A slate of intriguing matchups

PHOTOPhotograph by Michael Heinz/Journal and Courier/APGRAND SAMNotre Dame wideout Jeff Samardzija needed every inch of his 6'5" frame to make a catch that went for 41 yards and set up the Fighting Irish's first touchdown in their 49--28 victory at Purdue last Saturday. Samardzija finished with seven catches, and Notre Dame climbed to No. 12 in the AP poll.