Their revitalized star quarterback has the surprising Packers 3--0 and atop the NFC North • Mike Tomlin isn't fazed by a coaching showdown at Arizona • Dr. Z's forecast: Pats roll
This is an article from the Oct. 1, 2007 issue
Wisconsin rides slimmed-down running back P.J. Hill to a comeback win over Iowa • Pac-10 showdown: Cal travels to Oregon • Is time running out for Texas A&M's Dennis Franchione?
High School Football
More and more coaches are embracing the college game's spread offense • St. Bonaventure's Darrell Scott puts on a show • Muskegon (Mich.) High quarterback racks up 355 total yards
With a victory at Dover, Carl Edwards continues the Roush Fenway charge • Denny Hamlin: Win on Saturday, wreck on Sunday • Old pros Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart play it safe and savvy
FOLLOW ME Brett Favre (4) led his Packers onto the field on Sunday in Green Bay, where he tied Dan Marino's career touchdown mark in the course of a stunning 31--24 upset of the high-powered Chargers.