This is an article from the Feb. 10, 2014 issue
FOR FEB. 10, 2014
As prep football stars from around the country put their commitments to paper on Wednesday's on National Signing Day, SI.com takes a look at where the most sought-after recruits ended up, while breaking down the top classes for the FBS's major conferences. Plus, SI senior writer Andy Staples goes behind the scenes with Tennessee's second-year coach, Butch Jones—who has this season's fourth-ranked class, according to Rivals.com—to discuss how he spent the off-season quietly dominating the recruiting trail. Go to SI.com/cfb
MYLES GARRETT, DE
MARTIN (TEXAS) HIGH
DA'SHAWN HAND, DE
WOODBRIDGE (VA.) HIGH
JABRILL PEPPERS, CB
PARAMUS (N.J.) CATHOLIC
I'm not saying this is over, but Richard Sherman just asked to leave the game so he can work on his column.
If I had an MVP vote, I'd write "Seattle defense." After all, coaches always say it's a team game.
In the wake of the Broncos' dismal performance in Super Bowl XLVIII, SI.com takes a look at the 10 worst Super Bowls, including the 49ers' 55--10 thumping of Denver in Super Bowl XXIV, which set the record for margin of victory.
SI.com's SwimDaily blog celebrates the countdown to SI Swimsuit's 50th anniversary with the Legendary Locations video series, which highlights the issue's most breathtaking shoots, presented by Armani Acqua di Gio and hosted by model Emily DiDonato.
U.S. freestyle skier Nick Goepper—who in 2013 took Winter X Games gold, placed third at the FIS world championships and won the slopestyle AFP title—is one of six Rising Stars, presented by Symmetra, competing in Sochi. To see their videos, go to SI.com/risingstars
Lossless in Seattle
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From a seven-game midseason winning streak to key victories over conference rivals New Orleans and San Francisco (right), the Seahawks overpowered opponents on their way to winning Super Bowl XLVIII. Relive Seattle's first NFL title with a pictorial review of a remarkable 2013 season.