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January 26, 2009

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As Jeff Teague and the top-ranked Demon Deacons wear out the competition and try to remain the country's last unbeaten team, check out SI.com's expert college basketball analysis, including Seth Davis's Hoop Thoughts and Luke Winn's Power Rankings. Plus ...
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MARCH 21, 1994

SI writer Alexander Wolff profiled President Bill Clinton, an avid sports fan who was hog-wild about his home-state Arkansas Razorbacks and their chances of winning an NCAA title in his second year in office.

THE PRESIDENT believes in a place called hoop. "It's a fabulous game, isn't it?" he says. "It makes me wish I were two inches taller and 20 pounds lighter. With a four-foot vertical jump, I could be doing something else." For the next three weeks the Oval Office will take on a decidedly roundball cast. The 25--3 Razorbacks have been the closest thing to a preeminent team this convulsive season. The First Fan rarely misses the Hogs when they're on TV. Further, when he dropped in on their 129--63 rout of Texas Southern, Clinton was believed to be the first sitting President to attend a college basketball game. Or, more precisely, the first hoops-savvy, Hog-calling, standing sitting President. "If you want to be calm and quiet," he says, "you shouldn't watch a game with me."
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PHOTODAMIAN STROHMEYER (TEAGUE)RUNAROUND Teague often just blows by opponents. PHOTODAVID BURNETT/CONTACT (CLINTON) PHOTOJOHN BIEVER (HARRELL) PHOTOMEL LEVINE (THOMSEN) TWO PHOTOS

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)