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October 19, 2008

FEATURES

COLLEGEFOOTBALL

30 Lone StarStatement
Answering Oklahoma's every challenge, quarterback Colt McCoy led Texas to amemorable shootout victory at the Cotton Bowl—and lifted the Longhorns to thetop spot in the rankings
By Austin Murphy
• Oklahoma State's D stymies Mizzou

BASEBALLPLAYOFFS

38 Ready toRummmble
Red Sox--Rays: It could be an epic rivalry
By Lee Jenkins

PRO FOOTBALL

44 Gone with theWins
The Falcons are leaving their past behind
By Jim Trotter

JAMAICANSPRINTERS

BRINGING IT ALLBACK HOME
After winning the nation's first Olympic gold medals in the 100 meters,Shelly-Ann Fraser and Usain Bolt returned to a party that is still jumping,from the slums of Kingston to the country roads of Trelawny
By S.L. Price and Connie Aitcheson
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Departments

6 Leading Off

12 Letters

14 Players

26 Faces in theCrowd

28 Just My Type byDan Patrick

72 Point After
• The cutoff man by Chris Ballard

Inside ...

64 CollegeFootball
• The stunning rise of Ball State

65 FantasyFootball
• Don't be taken in by Miami

66 The NFL
• Appreciating Reggie Bush

68 The NHL
• The Sharks' dubious captain

70 NASCAR
• Jeff Burton asserts himself

PHOTOCHUCK SOLOMON (PHILLIES)40 PHIL WITH JOY Jayson Werth watched Phillies teammate Pat Burrell club what proved to be the winning homer against the Dodgers in Game 1 of the NL Championship Series. PHOTOSIMON BRUTY (BOLT)

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)