SI Bonus Section: Golf Plus
Fit for a King
Serious about finding the clubs and balls that are perfectly calibrated to your swing? Welcome to Hot Stix Golf, the custom-fitting specialist that in six years has gone from cult secret to industry phenomenon
Air and Space
SI Players: Life On And Off The Field
Super Bowl Preview
The Love Bus
A favorite of fans, media and his fellow NFL players, Steelers running back Jerome Bettis is looking for final fulfillment in Detroit
The Offense
Both teams usually prefer to run, but the Super Bowl will be decided by the quarterback who makes the most plays
The Defense
Expect surprises, says Dr. Z, as two brilliant coordinators strut their stuff on the grandest stage
Steeltown vs. Rain City
Super Bowl week always turns into an exercise in civic boasting. Here's how Pittsburgh and Seattle stack up
Pro Basketball
A Season Over The Brink
Look what Ronnie has wrought. The Pacers finally rid themselves of talented but troubled Ron Artest, who made his debut with the Kings last week. But back in Indiana, a team that was once talking title is now facing an overhaul
College Basketball
2006 Olympics Preview
Ready for Takeoff
Four years after the best American showing ever at the Winter Games, a U.S. team rich in talent and personality will try to flyeven higher
Her Time Has Come
Long touted as her sport's next queen, the dazzlingSasha Cohen has finally supplanted Michelle Kwan as the U.S.'s best skater
The Magnificent Eight
The top seeds are all loaded with NHL stars. But in what should be a great tournament, the most intriguing team could beturmoil-plagued Russia
Inside
Devils' Due
With its hard-nosed G.M. as the new bench boss and its star scorer healthy, New Jersey is hot again after a rocky start
The Oz Couple
Amélie Mauresmo and Roger Federer won singles titles at an Australian Open rife with lessons for the 2006 season
On The Block
A crucial date to determine the Sonics' future in Seattle looms, and the team's owner says he's prepared for the worst
Life of Reilly
Departments
Playing Through
Winning and losing have taken on a deeper meaning for Tiger Woods since he emerged from his six-week hiatus