SI.COM

October 20, 2014

FOR OCT. 20, 2014

Dak Attack

With the suspension of Georgia running back Todd Gurley, Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott (1,478 yards and 14 touchdowns) has vaulted to the top of the leader board in the race for the 2014 Heisman. Prescott has led the Bulldogs to a 6--0 start, including three straight wins over top 10 teams, and a No. 1 ranking. Will he continue as the Heisman front-runner? Or will Oregon QB Marcus Mariota or Baylor QB Bryce Petty overtake him? Go to SI.com/college-football for Zac Ellis's weekly Heisman Watch, including his list of top 10 candidates and breakdowns of the week's top performers.

SI PRO-FILES

As successful as some athletes are on the field, some find even more success after they retire. Take former Navy and Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach, who while leading Dallas to five Super Bowl berths and two titles in the 1970s, began selling life insurance and then started a real estate firm in '77. To learn more about Staubach and other athletes turned business leaders, go to SI.com/Pro-Files, a series from the editors of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED and FORTUNE.

Go to the Video

120 SPORTS

Looking for another way to stay in the game? Check out 120 Sports, the all-digital network that provides 24-hour access to video highlights and analysis. In conjunction with SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, MLB.com, the NBA, the NHL, NASCAR and Campus Insiders, 120 Sports provides live and on-demand videos driven by topics trending on social media. To see more, go to 120sports.com

SI.COM'S TOP 10

1 Scandal in Sayreville

For a roundup of last week's 10 most popular stories on SI.com, including Emily Kaplan and Greg Hanlon's article on the scandal at New Jersey's Sayreville War Memorial High in which seven football players were arrested and suspended from school and the remainder of the football season cancelled amid sexual assault allegations, go to SI.com/topstories

2 The truth about Donnie Moore's death

3 Mississippi State: More cowbell

4 NHL 2014--15 predictions

5 Philip Rivers: The comeback kid

6 The Spurs: Change and continuity

7 Ken Flajole: Life after football

8 Rapid fire with Landon Donovan

9 Revisiting Tony Romo's fiasco

10 Gunnar Esiason: Calling the shots

FanNation

PLAY DAILY. WIN BIG

The FanNation fantasy sports app allows you to select a set of NFL players—a quarterback, running back, wide receiver and tight end—each week for the Football Throwdown. Challenge your friends for cash prizes or just for bragging rights. To learn more, go to fannation.SI.com

PHOTOTREVOR PAULHUS FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (STAUBACH) PHOTOSIMON BRUTY/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (PRESCOTT) PHOTOJOHN MARSHALL MANTEL FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (SAYREVILLE) PHOTO ILLUSTRATION

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)