This is an article from the Jan. 14, 2008 issue
34 Two for LSU
The Tigers beat Ohio State, becoming the first school to win a pair of BCS titles
By Austin Murphy
46 Dream On!
Jaguars QB David Garrard is ready to send the mighty Patriots a wake-up call
By Tim Layden
50 Full Blast
As the Redskins learned, Patrick Kerney is Seattle's most sophisticated weapon
By Lee Jenkins
56 So Far ... So Great
The new-look, defensive-minded Celtics are off to the fourth-best start in NBA history. And as Detroit found out, it's not just thanks to the Big Three
By Jack McCallum
62 Tale of Three Goalies
With Martin Brodeur, Rick DiPietro and Henrik Lundqvist playing at an elite level, the debate over who's the best hearkens back to Willie, Mickey and the Duke
By Michael Farber
B-EASY DOES IT
Living up to his nickname, the Kansas State forward is coolly piling up plaudits as a freshman and putting his boisterous past behind him
By Grant Wahl!
10 Leading Off
• Is Roger Clemens believable?
• Why June Jones left Hawaii
• Unrest in Kenya affects athletes
• What Marion Jones's future holds
• The best of Warren Sapp
• First Person: Greg Jennings
• Steep: a look into extreme skiing
32 Faces in the Crowd
80 Point After
What isn't welcome news for baseball's old-boy network, but should be: Mark Cuban wants to buy the Cubs
by Chris Ballard
76 College Basketball
• Washington State grinds out wins
• A freshman juices up the Orange
78 The NFL
• Four Pats on Dr. Z's All-Pro team
• A 49ers rookie makes the squad
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> Garrard's Glory Road
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