FOR AUG. 10, 2015
The Kids in the Hall
This week SI.com honors the 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame class with a look back at the careers of the inductees, including wide receiver Tim Brown (81), linebacker Charles Haley (94) and running back Jerome Bettis (36). Go to SI.com/nfl for coverage, including photo galleries, articles from the SI Vault and Phil Taylor's interview with Brown as he reflects on his 14 years in the league. SI Now and host Maggie Gray will be on the scene in Canton with broadcasts on Thursday and Friday at 2:30 p.m. EDT. For all matters NFL, including a comprehensive training camp tour, check out Peter King's newly redesigned site at mmqb.si.com
SI.COM'S TOP STORIES
August 10, 2015
1 Birth of a League
The architects of MLS recall the 20-year-old league's early days
2 Writing a New Story
For a roundup of last week's most popular stores on SI.com—including Tom Verducci's feature on A-Rod's season for the ages—go to SI.com/topstories
3 Analyzing College Hoops Transfers
How often do elite basketball prospects transfer between high schools, decommit to colleges or later transfer?
4 By the Numbers
A look at the greatest college football players to wear numbers 1 through 99
5 Hot Seat, Cool Coughlin
The Giants have missed the playoffs the last three seasons, but coach Tom Coughlin isn't worried
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As successful as many athletes are in their sports, some find even more success after they retire. To learn about former NFL defensive tackle Mike Lodish and his peanut brittle enterprise, as well as other sports figures turned business leaders, go to SI.com/Pro-Files, a series from the editors of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED and FORTUNE.
SI Digital Bonus
From the SI Vault Feb. 21, 2000
The inside story of the deal that sent Ken Griffey Jr. back to Cincinnati at a bargain rate
By Tom Verducci & Stephen Cannella
To read this and other stories from the SPORTS ILLUSTRATED archive, go to SI.com/vault