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Oct. 18, 2010
Oct. 18, 2010

Table of Contents
Oct. 18, 2010

LEADING OFF
Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS
THE AGENT
The Vault
Departments

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34 | BASEBALL

This is an article from the Oct. 18, 2010 issue

Playoff Rookies

Led by Phillies no-hit pitcher Roy Halladay, postseason newbies made their mark in Round 1

By Tom Verducci

• Yanks' Phil Hughes says, "Hello, world"

By Ben Reiter

MONEY AND POWER IN THE NFL

40 | BIG SPENDERS

Rams and Lions

With highly drafted, hugely compensated young players, including franchise quarterbacks, St. Louis and Detroit are case studies in the money game

By Jim Trotter

44 | COLLECTIVE BARGAINING

Owners vs. Players

As the billionaires prepare for tough negotiations with the millionaires, the possibility of a lockout—and no games—in 2011 looms ever larger

By Peter King

GATEFOLD

NFL Power 40+

A sky map of the big planets in the NFL universe

56 | FOOTBALL

The Harbaughs

Ravens coach John Harbaugh and his brother, Jim, the Stanford coach, grew up competing fiercely but are a mutual admiration society

By Michael Rosenberg

Departments

6 Leading Off

12 Letters

14 Scorecard

Tony Dungy, NFL moral arbiter

21 Just My Type

Doc Rivers on hoops

By Dan Patrick

22 Faces in the Crowd

24 Inside ...

The NFL

Baltimore's makeover

Fantasy Football

Trade repercussions

College Football

Young Gamecocks

The NHL

How to pick a captain

72 The Vault

Billy Mills runs to Olympic gold, 1964

76 Point After

Scott Dolezal, the real Cardiac Kid

By Chris Ballard

EXCLUSIVE

CONFESSIONS OF AN AGENT

Josh Luchs comes clean about his two decades inside the dirtiest business in sports

As told to GEORGE DOHRMANN

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