Inside: The Week In Sports

Dec. 19, 2005
Dec. 19, 2005

Table of Contents
Dec. 19, 2005

Pro Football
College Basketball
Pro Basketball
Pro basketball
  • Alonzo Mourning isn't staging the Heat's only dramatic comeback: Two years after stepping down as coach, Pat Riley is back on the bench demanding more--a lot more--from his underachieving team

College Football
Life of Reilly

Inside: The Week In Sports

•Hapless Houston is looking like a winner in the Reggie Bush draft
•On repaired knees, Kyle Vanden Bosch rises
•Dr. Z: Indy charges on

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•Team Canada's dilemma: Which young talents go to Turin, which stay home?
•Rod Brind'Amour, at 35, is keeping up in the faster NHL

College Basketball
•Indiana's rout of Kentucky takes the heat off Mike Davis--for now
•Has Kansas found a point guard?
•Out of the Top 25 already, the Tide is low

PHOTOPhotograph by Bob Rosato SNOW MEN The Steelers (8--5) kept the playoffs in sight with a 21--9 victory over the Bears at wintry Heinz Field in Pittsburgh.