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SUPER BOWL XLIX PREVIEW
BOOMSDAY
Player discipline, comparisons with the '85 Bears, the trouble with Roger Goodell.... As the Seahawks line up for another run at the Lombardi Trophy, and on the same week that the commissioner gives his annual pre--Super Bowl address, the leader of the NFL's most fearsome secondary offers his own take on the state of the game
EXTRA POINTS
A MATCHUP OF TWO NO. 1 SEEDS HAS ODDSMAKERS STUMPED AND PUNDITS ON THE FENCE. HAWKS OR PATS? CONSIDER THREE ARGUMENTS FOR EACH TEAM.... AND FOR SI'S PICK, TURN THE PAGE
Standing Pat
Our expert knows Russell Wilson can win a game by himself—it just won't be Super Bowl XLIX. Not against this New England D
DIVERSION PROGRAM
DEFLATEGATE SOUNDS BIZARRE, BUT IT'S PART OF A HALLOWED SUPER BOWL WEEK TRADITION: THE FOOTBALL-FOCUS-SAPPING DISTRACTION
SPORTS BUSINESS
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
KEEP CHOPPING WOOD
The mantra from his Montana boyhood has enabled coach Larry Krystkowiak to persevere over the past four seasons, as he's worked to take Utah basketball from historically bad to Final Four good
PRO BASKETBALL
Work in PROGRESS
MICHAEL KIDD-GILCHRIST HAS BEEN SCOUTED SINCE HE WAS SEVEN, BUT THAT DOESN'T MEAN THINGS HAVE COME EASY FOR THE HORNETS' FORWARD. STEP BY STEP, HE HAS REBUILT BOTH HIS SHOT—AND HIS VOICE
Ernie Banks
POINT AFTER
Departments
Patriot Shames
Deflategate is more than just a Super nuisance. It's another black mark against a coach and a franchise whose legacy has been tarnished by scandal
BALL GAMES
As the Deflatenado spins on, laying waste to Super Bowl week, it's instructive to remember that football isn't the only sport in which shenanigans with the ball—pulled off by players, coaches or governing bodies—have caused problems.

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