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Jan. 26, 2015
Jan. 26, 2015

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Jan. 26, 2015

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NFC CHAMPIONSHIP
AFC CHAMPIONSHIP
NFL PLAYOFFS
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
RED ARMY
  • THE GREAT SOVIET TEAMS OF THE 1980S WERE LED BY THE FABLED GREEN UNIT, FIVE PLAYERS WHOSE SKILL AND ARTISTRY WERE UNMATCHED. BUT AS A NEW DOCUMENTARY SHOWS, THESE MEN WERE MORE THAN HOCKEY AUTOMATONS—AND THEIR SPIRIT WAS SOMETHING EVEN A REPRESSIVE REGIME COULD NOT STIFLE

CHANGING LANES
  • TONY BLAKE, THE FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN ALL-IVY LEAGUE SWIMMER, VANISHED A FEW MONTHS SHORT OF HIS YALE GRADUATION. WHILE CLASSMATES WONDERED WHAT HAPPENED TO HIM, HE ROAMED THE WORLD, TOOK ON A NEW NAME AND FOUND HIS PASSION IN THE UNLIKELIEST OF PLACES

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HOT: The Hawks

This is an article from the Jan. 26, 2015 issue

Atlanta has won 26 of its last 28. Is owner Bruce Levenson selling high or high for selling?

HOT: The Patriots

Did the Colts struggle with Belichick's deflated balls? This is now a real question.

HOT: 49ers

They swapped Jims, Harbaugh for Tomsula. Might as well have hired John ... Doe.

NOT: Wrigley

Part of the bleachers won't open until late May. Some Cubs fans will be waiting for 2016 before they even sit down in '15.

NOT: Robert Allenby

Tour player says he was kidnapped and robbed at the Sony Open. He missed the cut but had a large scrape to show for the week.

PHOTODENNIS WIERZBICKI/USA TODAY SPORTS (HAWKS)PHOTOGOLF CHANNEL/TWITTER.COM (ALLENBY)