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Inside: The Week In Sports

March 17, 2008
March 17, 2008

Table of Contents
March 17, 2008

SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD
STEROIDS IN AMERICA: PART 1
STEROIDS IN AMERICA: PART 2
STEROIDS IN AMERICA: PART 3
PRO BASKETBALL
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
PRO FOOTBALL
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Inside: The Week In Sports

CollegeBasketball
Todd Bozeman has turned things around quickly at Morgan State, which is on theverge of its first trip to the NCAA tournament • UMBC is another Baltimore teamenjoying a boom year

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The NHL
Former MVP goaltender José Théodore has finally regained his form in Colorado •The Capitals make passes the long way • Rangers pest Sean Avery could be acoveted free agent

Baseball
The Tigers' teen phenom is one of spring training's top buzz makers • The WhiteSox are thrilled with their speedy new infielder • The Rockies are justbeginning to peak

DESTROY A HOYA
Georgetown forward Patrick Ewing Jr. found his path to the hoop blocked byLouisville's Terrence Williams (1) and Edgar Sosa during their game lastSaturday in Washington, D.C. But Sosa was called for a foul, Ewing made bothfree throws and the ninth-ranked Hoyas eventually elbowed past the No. 13Cardinals 55--52. With the win Georgetown assured itself of consecutive BigEast regular-season titles for the first time in program history.

PHOTOPhotograph by Al Tielemans