Lineup

November 03, 2008

FEATURES

WORLD SERIES

28 An All-NewClassic

The Phillies andRays played long ball and small ball--and even had drama after last call. So,where were you?

By TomVerducci

PRO FOOTBALL

36 No MoreWowboys

Tabbed by many asa Super Bowl favorite, the Cowboys are in a struggle just to keep their playoffhopes alive

By Peter King

COLLEGEFOOTBALL

42 We Are . . .Defense

During PennState's charge to No. 3 the offense got the glory, but in a victory overOhio State the D saved the day

By AustinMurphy

CRICKET

48 Tea Breaks,Too

Ten years ago itwas a fringe sport in the U.S. But after a surge of new immigrants, cricket iscoming to a field near you

By MichaelBamberger

Departments

6 Leading Off

12 Letters

14 Players

High SATs--andlots of W's

24 Faces in theCrowd

27 Just My Type byDan Patrick

76 Point After bySelena Roberts

NFL doctors'dueling loyalties

Inside . . .

66 The NHL

October: thecruelest month

68 CollegeFootball

The Big East is abig bust

70 The NFL

The value ofinside info

72 NASCAR

Needed changes forthe Chase

74 CollegeBasketball

Arizona after LuteOlson

INDIANABASKETBALL

TOM CREAN'S

BIG RED

CHALLENGE

Taking over aprogram that imploded under Kelvin Sampson, the sanguine new coach sends amessage of hope and patience (heavy on the patience) to frustrated Hoosiersfaithful By L. Jon Wertheim Page 54

PHOTOBOB ROSATO (ELLIS)36 D CRESCENDO Linebacker Greg Ellis (98) celebrated a sack by teammate Bradie James (on turf), one of the Cowboys' many stellar defensive plays in a 13-9 defeat of the Bucs. PHOTODAVID E. KLUTHO (HOOSIER)

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)