Oscar De La Hoya took a humiliating (and possibly career-ending) beating from Manny Pacquiao • Is heavyweight Nikolay Valuev ducking the Klitschko brothers?
Jason Spezza's offensive skills are worth his hefty price, but his inconsistency costs Ottawa • Sean Avery needs to go to Russia • The Flyers' new-and-improved scoring king
Indianapolis has won six games in a row, but we won't know who the real Colts are until January • Ravens vs. Steelers: a defensive showdown for the ages
Gonzaga finally gets defensive, which bodes well for a deep NCAA tournament run • Why Ty Lawson is North Carolina's MVP • There's trouble (again) at Georgia
December 15, 2008
Though bigger and supposedly stronger, Oscar De La Hoya (above) had no answer for the speed and skill of Manny Pacquiao (opposite) in their welterweight match in Las Vegas last Saturday night.