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THE MAIL
EDITOR'S LETTER
LEADING OFF
SUPER BOWL XLVII PREVIEW
10 THINGS WE THINK WE THINK
THERE'S PLENTY TO PONDER (NO, NOT THE VIKINGS' QB) IN THE RUN-UP TO NEW ORLEANS, WHERE TWO BROTHERS WILL FACE OFF ON OPPOSITE SIDELINES, TWO QUARTERBACKS WILL SEIZE THE SPOTLIGHT, AND ONE LIVING LEGEND WILL PLAY HIS FINAL NFL GAME. ONE THING WE KNOW WE KNOW: RAVENS VS. NINERS WILL BE A BOWLFUL OF FUN
SPORTS CULTURE
What Just Happened?
LAST WEEK'S DUELING REVELATIONS TOLD US SOMETHING ABOUT THE STORIES WE LISTEN TO—AND THE ONES WE NEED TO HEAR
AUSTRALIAN OPEN
Aussie Rules Tennis
WHILE YOU SHIVER THROUGH WINTER, MATE, FANS AT THE AUSTRALIAN OPEN CHILL IN THE BEST WAY: THEY BOOZE, SUNBATH, NAP, WAVE FLAGS AND ... OH, YEAH, WATCH A BIT OF TENNIS
DANA WHITE
AARON CRAFT
THE ART OF AARON CRAFT
THE NATION'S MOST CREATIVE DEFENDER KNOWS HIS OPPONENTS' MOVES BETTER THAN THEY DO, WHICH MAKES PLAYING AGAINST HIM PART FASCINATING AND PART INFURIATING
POINT AFTER
Departments
What a Ride
It took 18 days, but the NFL's coaching carousel finally completed its turn last Friday, when Bruce Arians signed with Arizona. Here's how the eight new hires rate, including the impact each will have in the wins column.