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September 3, 2001
September 3, 2001 cover
Photograph by Michael O'Neill
Previous Issues

 
GOLF PLUS
Golf Plus: Notebook

My Shot
 

LIFE OF REILLY
In Lehman's Terms
 

 
LITTLE LEAGUE
One for the Ages
Birth records in his native land suggest that Danny Almonte, star of the Little League World Series, may have been a ringer
By Ian Thomsen and Luis Fernando Llosa

 
NFL PREVIEW 2001
Scouting Reports
SI's in-depth analysis of all 31 teams concludes that the Rams and the Titans will meet in the Super Bowl, with St. Louis coming out on top
 
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Inside College Football
 
BASEBALL
Inside Baseball
 
MOTOR SPORTS
Inside Motor Sports
 
SCORECARD
Face Facts
 
Other articles in this week's issue
 
NFL PREVIEW 2001
See How They Run
As more and more offenses have become conservative, resilient running backs have become more and more important
By Jeffri Chadiha

How They Stack Up
Dr. Z ranks the league's top 40 rushers, based on their ability to make tacklers miss, break tackles and speed downfield
By Paul Zimmerman

Denver's Way
No team in the NFL has mastered the running game as well as the Broncos have -- and nobody else has matched their success
By Peter King

  NFL PREVIEW 2001
Star of Stars
Marshall Faulk is the best player in the game, but the Rams' running back didn't truly shine until he had his great awakening
By Michael Silver

BASEBALL
Power of Juan
Juan Gonzalez has gone gaga over Cleveland, where he has hit it big for the American League Central-leading Indians
By Jeff Pearlman

HORSE RACING
It Takes a Hungry Man
Age and a starvation diet haven't slowed history's most successful jockey, Lafitt Pincay Jr.
By Richard Hoffer


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