Hell on Wheels
An audience favorite at Sundance, Murderball lifts the lid on the ultracompetitive world of quad rugby
Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: Golf Plus
American Kournikova
Natalie Gulbis has the looks, the marketing power, the boyfriend and the ambition to become a crossover star. So what if she's never won an LPGA event?
SI Players
All-Pro Hams
San Diego photographer Tim Mantoani illuminated the lighter side of NFL players when he set up a photo booth at the 2003 Pro Bowl
Three-Ring Circus
The Patriots staked their claim as the century's first dynasty and the Greatest Show on Turf, beating the Eagles for their third NFL title in four seasons
Point, Counterpoint
Baffled early on by the Eagles' blitz, Pats offensive coordinator Charlie Weis swung the momentum by uncharacteristically calling screen passes out of four-wideout sets
Double Whammy
It may sound easy--play twice in two nights--but back-to-back games take a heavy toll on NBA teams, and the Kings paid the price a couple of times last week
Masterof the Masses
Cheered on by the largest crowds in Tour history, people's choice Phil Mickelson showed why he will also be a force in 2005 at the FBR Open
It's All Downhill for Bode
Though he didn't have as much fun flying on two skis as he did on one, incomparable Bode Miller led a historic one-two U.S. finish at the world championships
College Basketball
Wisconsin Pride
Meet the Dieners of Fond du Lac, the first family of heartland hoops--three generations that have shot and smiled through stardom and sorrow
Inside College Basketball
Great Stuffs
TCU forward Sandora Irvin, making Uncle Michael proud, became the top shot blocker in NCAA women's history
Inside The NBA
RePhil Time?
The Lakers might try to bring back Phil Jackson, but it's unlikely he'll return. For L.A.'s sake, he shouldn't
Inside College Football
Altered State
Penn State got with the program on signing day, adding two playmakers who'll provide an instant spark
Dead Meat
Its athletic department is in shambles, and the hoops team can't buy a win. For tiny Savannah State, going big-time isn't all it was cracked up to be
Q+A Bill Self
The 42-year-old Oklahoma native is the coach of the No. 3--ranked Kansas Jayhawks