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Boxing
Taking Care of Business
Super welterweight Oscar De La Hoya has applied his golden touch to land development, boxing promotion and newspaper publishing, but he's still set for another big payday in the ring
From the Editor
Air and Space
SI Players: Life On And Off The Field
Sportsman of the Year
Sportsman of the Year: Dwyane Wade
Is there an athlete with more positive energy than the 24-year-old guard? He pulled the Heat out of a deep playoff hole, helped put the shine back on a tarnished league and lifted his mom out of her own personal hell
Pro Football
Silver Star
In two months, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has gone from a buried backup to the NFL's best-rated passer and its brightest new light
Rocked and Reeling
While the Cowboys steam toward the postseason, their NFC East rivals, the Giants, are desperately trying to right their ship
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Playoff, Please
Even before UCLA stunned USC, heightening the championship matchup debate, the BCS was as problematic as ever. SI offers an eight-team tournament with rebuttals to arguments against it
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Court of Appeal
Putting his Olympic volleyball ambitions on hold, Arizona freshman Chase Budinger is focusing on hoops for the first time--and wowing the likes of Michael Jordan
College Basketball
Sixth Sense
Flashy freshman guard Greivis Vasquez has an uncanny ability to come off the bench--and to the rescue--for surging Maryland
SKIING
Back on the Edge
Nine months after letting down the U.S. team at the Winter Olympics--and appearing not to care--Bode Miller is fit, fast and focused on winning World Cup races
HOCKEY
The Best We've Ever Had
No U.S.-born forward can match the career of Dallas center Mike Modano, who is doggedly leading the Stars even after being stripped of his captaincy
Inside
Life of Reilly
Departments
A Line in the Sand
Film cameras trailing, three ultramarathoners are running the Sahara, from one side of Africa to the other
Hall Monitor
Lefty O'Doul died in 1969, but that hasn't stopped one loyal fan from trying to get him into Cooperstown
Going, Going, Gone
Once Mark McGwire was a shoo-in for the Hall of Fame, but a steroids backlash, and his refusal to "talk about the past," have turned him into an outcast

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