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Feb. 17, 2014
Feb. 17, 2014

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Feb. 17, 2014

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2014 OLYMPICS
  • THE OPENING DAYS OF THE SOCHI GAMES WERE FILLED WITH OVERBLOWN TALES OF ORGANIZATIONAL GLITCHES. (ENOUGH ALREADY WITH THE HOTEL COMPLAINTS.) BUT THERE WAS AN EASY WAY TO CELEBRATE OLYMPIAN ACHIEVEMENTS AND REVEL IN RUSSIA'S WINTER SPIRIT: HEAD FOR THE HILLS

PRO FOOTBALL
BASEBALL
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
ROY HIBBERT
  • THE GOOFY GOLIATH ANCHORS THE NBA'S BEST DEFENSE BY EXPLOITING A LITTLE-KNOWN RULE THAT ALLOWS HIM TO USE HIS MASSIVE FRAME TO OUTMUSCLE DRIVERS. NOW STOP WHINING—THAT'S NOT A FOUL

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HOT: Melvin Ejim

This is an article from the Feb. 17, 2014 issue

The Iowa State forward set a Big 12 record with 48 points in the Cyclones' 84--69 win over TCU. "It was the best game and most fun game of my life," said the Toronto native.

HOT: Gracie Gold

Can she live up to her name in women's figure skating? A masterful showing in the team competition has her hopeful.

HOT: Clint Eastwood

The 83-year-old is still bad. At a volunteers dinner last week, he successfully performed the Heimlich on Pebble Beach tournament director Steve John, who was choking on cheese.

NOT: Critical Canadian

After taking to Twitter to bash Shaun White for withdrawing from the slopestyle, gold medal favorite Max Parrot (who called White "scared") gagged in the finals, falling from first to fifth.

NOT: Ryan Pitino

After losing a bet, Rick's son had to wear a chicken suit as he watched his brother Richard coach Minnesota's win over Indiana.

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