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Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS
Brownout
Showing none of the verve of their Showtime forebears, the Lakers hired Mike D'Antoni, who inherits a team rife with stars—and questions
Seymour's Castle
Raiders tough guy Richard Seymour trades the raucous Silver and Black for board games and a skillet in his downtime
Flip Service
To give or to receive—how can 32 coaches be so divided on what to do after the coin toss?
COLLEGE FOOTBALL: THE ROAD TO HISTORY
Silent Assassin
What's Johnny Manziel like? Who knows? But one thing is sure: The muzzled QB known as Johnny Football has turned Texas A&M into a giant killer
COLLEGE FOOTBALL: THE ROAD BACK
COLLEGE FOOTBALL: THE ROAD TO MIAMI
Go with the Flow
ALABAMA'S SHOCKING LOSS TO TEXAS A&M HAS RESHUFFLED THE CHAMPIONSHIP DECK, BUT FEAR NOT: SI'S BCS FLOW CHART WILL HELP YOU FIGURE OUT WHO NOW HOLDS THE HIGH CARDS AND HOW THEY MUST PLAY THEIR HANDS
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Mirror, Mirror
THEY'RE NOT SPITTING IMAGES OF THEIR FAMOUS DADS, BUT GLENN ROBINSON III AND TIM HARDAWAY JR. ARE BIG DOGS IN THEIR OWN RIGHT
PRO FOOTBALL
Does Michael Vick Deserve This?
SINCE RETURNING TO THE NFL IN 2009 HE'S SAID AND DONE THE RIGHT THINGS. BUT THE BATTERING HE'S TAKEN FROM PASS RUSHERS—AND THE CHANGES IN HIS GAME—CAST DOUBT ON HIS FOOTBALL FUTURE
STAN KROENKE
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