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September 17, 2001
September 17, 2001 cover
Photograph by John Biever
Previous Issues

 
GOLF PLUS
Golf Plus: Notebook

My Shot

Famous Flameouts
 

 
TENNIS
American Revolution
The battle for supremacy in the women's game seemed over after the Williams sisters dominated the U.S. Open as never before
By S.L. Price

 
BASEBALL
Inside Baseball
 
PRO FOOTBALL
Inside the NFL

Dr. Z's Forecast
 

COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Inside College Football
 
OLYMPIC SPORTS
Inside Olympic Sports
 
SCORECARD
Too-Big Mac
 
LIFE OF REILLY
Itching for Ichiro
 
Other articles in this week's issue
 
PRO FOOTBALL
Ram Shackled
As Donovan McNabb and the Eagles learned in a hard-fought loss, the St. Louis defense is no longer a pushover
By Michael Silver

Baltimore Bullet
Making himself right at home with the defending NFL champions, Elvis Grbac rallied the Ravens past the Bears
By Jeffri Chadiha

COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Mean Streak
Pushed hard by a Woody Hayes protégé, nice-guy Washington tackle Larry Tripplett has become nasty -- on the field
By Austin Murphy

  BASEBALL
Catch-up Ball
No longer the National League's dominant team, the Braves have had to use grit on the road to mount a title run
By Jeff Pearlman

Uncertain Prospects
The long, hard road to the major leagues starts in places like Great Falls, Montana. Come along for the ride
By John Ed Bradley

COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Off and Running
Led by quarterback David Carr, here with son Austin and wife Melody, unheralded Fresno State has knocked off three college football powers
By Austin Murphy


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