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Sept. 28, 2015
Sept. 28, 2015

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Sept. 28, 2015

SI NOW
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NFL WEEK 2: PEYTON MANNING
CAMPUS RUSH
SPECIAL REPORT
  • WHY DO COLLEGE COACHES CONTINUE TO YELL, DEMEAN AND DEMORALIZE? THAT'S YESTERDAY'S TACTIC. TODAY'S ATHLETES CAN'T—AND WON'T—TAKE IT. WHAT'S MORE, IT DOESN'T WORK: STUDY AFTER STUDY SHOWS THE BENEFITS OF A MORE POSITIVE APPROACH

Chris Bosh
POINT AFTER
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This is an article from the Sept. 28, 2015 issue

Completion percentage for Georgia QB Greyson Lambert in the No. 7 Bulldogs' 52--20 home win over South Carolina last Saturday. Lambert, a graduate transfer, was 24 for 25, breaking the NCAA record of 95.8% (23 of 24) held by Tennessee's Tee Martin (1998) and West Virginia's Geno Smith (2012).

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Age of Rafael Palmeiro, who came out of retirement to go 2 for 4 with an RBI for the independent Sugar Land (Texas) Skeeters last Friday, and to play alongside his 25-year-old son, Patrick. Palmeiro had 3,020 hits in 20 MLB seasons.

15,744

Tim Wallach baseball cards owned by Corey Stackhouse, a 35-year-old attorney from Farmington, N.M., who is trying to collect every card ever made of Wallach, who played 17 years in the majors.

14th

Where Alexander Rossi finished in last Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix. Rossi, a native of Nevada City, Calif., is the first American to drive in a Formula One race since Scott Speed in 2007.

THEY SAID IT

"I THINK MERRIL HOGE NEEDS TO WORRY ABOUT HIS BIG NECKTIES."

Johnny Manziel

Browns quarterback, responding to the ESPN commentator's criticism.

SIGN OF THE APOCALYPSE

Last week Alex Ovechkin revealed that when he turned 30, on Sept. 17, he received a sheep as a gift.

PHOTOJOE FARAONI/ESPN IMAGES (HOGE)PHOTOISTOCKPHOTO/GETTY IMAGES (SHEEP)