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Inside: The Week in Sports

Nov. 21, 2005
Nov. 21, 2005

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Nov. 21, 2005

SI Players: Life On and Off The Field
Catching Up With
Air and Space
College Football
Pro Football
Soccer
  • After finishing in the lower third of the regular-season standings, the Galaxy was an unlikely MLS title contender. More improbable still was the hero who would deliver Los Angeles its second Cup in four years

COLLEGE BASKETBALL 2005--06
COLLEGE BASKETBALL 2005 - 06
College Basketball 2005-06
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Inside: The Week in Sports

The NFL
The Panthers don't play pretty, but they do play smart • An early look at the top of the 2006 draft • Dr. Z's forecast for Week 11

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College Football
Why Nebraska's offense still isn't working • USC's balanced attack hurting Heisman chances • Sizing up Ohio State versus Michigan

The NHL
An extra year in the minors has helped create NHL stars • Is Jason Allison Columbus-bound? • Players question the league's ad campaign

The NBA
Looks like one ball is enough for Sixers' Allen Iverson and Chris Webber • Why Smush Parker is succeeding alongside Kobe Bryant

PHOTOPhotograph by Jim Prisching--Chicago Tribune/KRT-AbacaUSA.com  INHERIT THE WIND After a strong gust blew a 49ers field goal attempt off course, Chicago's Nathan Vasher returned the ball 108 yards for a touchdown--the longest play in NFL history--during the Bears' 17-9 victory at Soldier Field on Sunday.