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Inside: The Week In Sports

Jan. 26, 2009
Jan. 26, 2009

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Jan. 26, 2009

SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD
NFL CONFERENCE FINALS
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
PRO BASKETBALL
NHL MIDSEASON REPORT
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
JUMBOTRONS
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College Basketball
Butler's old-school program is thriving under the guidance of its 32-year-old coach, Brad Stevens, and with three freshmen in its starting lineup • One of the prize recruits of the 2008 class, Jrue Holiday needs to do more for UCLA

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The NBA
Memphis rookie O.J. Mayo has shown he has what it takes to make it as a shooting guard, but now he wants to move to the point • Limited at both ends of the floor, Minnesota's Kevin Love is not playing like a No. 5 pick

STRONG-ARMED
Pittsburgh forward DeJuan Blair (center) was held back by Louisville forwards Samardo Samuels (left) and Terrence Williams in a rebound battle last Saturday at Freedom Hall. The Cardinals, with 20 points from Williams, defeated the previously unbeaten and top-ranked Panthers 69--63.

PHOTOPhotograph by Bill Frakes