Search

Inside: The Week In Sports

Nov. 26, 2007
Nov. 26, 2007

Table of Contents
Nov. 26, 2007

SI Fantasy Plus
SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
PRO FOOTBALL
  • While the Patriots continue to operate on a higher plane, NFL Nation is left to wonder whether a viable contender—Dallas? Green Bay? Indy?—will rise to meet them. Time is running short

  • Another Sunday, another precision display from the Patriots. Credit their play-calling, their execution and their sheer will

NASCAR
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
SOCCER
Features
Departments

Inside: The Week In Sports

The NFL
The Bears face the hard truth: Rex Grossman may be their best option at QB • Peter King: Are the Patriots running up the score? • Dr. Z's Forecast: The Redskins get rolling

This is an article from the Nov. 26, 2007 issue

The NBA
Can an outspoken Dwyane Wade, back from off-season surgeries, turn a listless Heat team into a playoff threat? • How the Clippers are winning without Elton Brand and Shaun Livingston

College Football
Thanks to the motivational tricks of coach Mark Richt, Georgia is making a late BCS push • LSU's Les Miles might not be a shoo-in for the Michigan job • The Heisman is Tim Tebow's to lose

HANDS ON Ohio State safety Kurt Coleman broke up a pass intended for Michigan wideout Mario Manningham (86) as the Buckeyes won the Big Ten title with a 14--3 victory over the Wolverines in Ann Arbor last Saturday.

PHOTOPhotograph by Al Tielemans