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Inside: The Week In Sports

Feb. 19, 2007
Feb. 19, 2007

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Feb. 19, 2007

SI Bonus Section: Golf Plus
SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
HOCKEY
The Maloof Brothers
2007 NASCAR PREVIEW
2007 NASCAR Preview
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Inside: The Week In Sports

The NBA
At the All-Star break, SI looks at the front-runners for season awards—and who else is still in the hunt • Five teams to watch in the second half

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College Basketball
Memphis is cruising through C-USA, but will it be battle-tested for the NCAA tournament? • Why Kentucky can't shoot straight

The NFL
Dallas offensive coordinator Jason Garrett: a novice in name only • Who wants to go to the Pro Bowl? It's not as big an honor as it used to be

PHOTOPhotograph by Bob RosatoTOBACCO ROAD BLOCK Duke guard Lindsey Harding (10) was denied by North Carolina center LaToya Pringle on this shot, but Harding's 16 points helped the top-ranked Blue Devils hold off the No. 2 Tar Heels 64--53 in a battle of unbeatens last Thursday. A sellout crowd of 8,010 at Carmichael Auditorium in Chapel Hill saw Duke, at week's end the last Division I team without a loss, improve to 25--0 and snap a streak of five losses to its archrival. They meet again on Feb. 25 in Durham.