Virginia Tech stumbled to a victory in an emotional opener • TCU could pull off an upset of Texas • Notre Dame's quarterback controversy will continue
This is an article from the Sept. 10, 2007 issue
Are losses by Marat Safin and Maria Sharapova proof that Russians care more about earnings than wins? • The arrival of two great American hopes
The Jaguars coach put his neck on the line by going with David Garrard at QB and releasing Byron Leftwich • Dr. Z's pick: Chargers will fend off the Bears
High School Football
Faster and more athletic, a new breed of linebackers is changing how teams play defense • The second-longest winning streak in high school history is snapped
Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s postseason chances: too little, too late? • Gibbs goes Toyota • Jimmie Johnson gets at least a share of the top seed in the Chase
HIGH AND MIGHTY Wideout Vidal Hazelton pulled down a one-yard pass from quarterback John David Booty to put USC ahead 21--0 in the second quarter of last Saturday's opener against Idaho at the Los Angeles Coliseum. The top-ranked Trojans went on to win 38--10.