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July 26, 2010
July 26, 2010

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July 26, 2010

LEADING OFF
GOLF PLUS
Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS
BRITISH OPEN
  • In a summer to remember for South Africa, a white golfer (Louis Oosthuizen) and a black caddie (Zack Rasego) teamed to blow away the field in the game's biggest event, the British Open, on its grandest stage, the Old Course

PRO FOOTBALL
BASEBALL
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32 | BRITISH OPEN

This is an article from the July 26, 2010 issue

Louis Oosthuizen

In a tournament full of surprises, a white South African playing in his ninth major tournament blew away the field with the help of his black South African caddie

By Michael Bamberger

36 | PRO FOOTBALL

Miles Austin

Can the Cowboys' wideout keep it going? That's just one of the intriguing questions as NFL teams prepare to open training camps

By Pablo S. Torre

• Nine stories to watch in 2010

By Jim Trotter

46 | BASEBALL

Bobby Cox

The Braves' manager, soon to retire, has his team in first place once again. His perennial success may have something to do with his perfection of the art of getting ejected from games

By Thomas Lake

54 | PRO FOOTBALL

Floyd Little

The former Broncos star and a fan who had idolized him since childhood needed each other to fulfill their lifelong dreams. A true story of sports heroes and their ardent followers

By Gary Smith

Departments

4 Leading Off

10 Letters

12 Scorecard

How The Boss changed sports

19 Just My Type

Jack Nicklaus on Tiger, British Open

by Dan Patrick

20 Faces in the Crowd

24 Inside ...

Baseball

Guarding young arms

College Football

A coach walks away

The WNBA

The endless season

66 The Vault

LeMond's '89 Tour

68 SI.com

70 Point After

The lost poetry of sports broadcasting

by Selena Roberts

ON THE COVER

Cowboys wide receiver Miles Austin, photographed by James D. Smith/Dallas Cowboys

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