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February 03, 2003 | Volume 98, Issue 4

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Joe Jurevicius Cover - Sports Illustrated February 03, 2003

February 03, 2003 | Stephen Cannella
MARCH 20, 1967

February 03, 2003
In HIS 44 years behind the lens, there wasn't much in the way of sports photography that Walter Iooss Jr. hadn't done. He had snapped Super Bowls and supermodels, spent a season with Michael...

February 03, 2003
Good SportsCongratulations to you for printing Bill Frakes's photo of the Buckeyes' Tim Anderson consoling the Canes' Ken Dorsey at the end of the Fiesta Bowl ("The Best Damn Team..." Wins the Big...

February 03, 2003
LETTERS•For the fastest response, please fax us at 212-467-4049 or e-mail us at letters@si.timeinc.com•Letters should include the writer's full name, address and home telephone number and may be...

February 03, 2003 | Steve Rushin
IF ONLY because George Bush was in the White House and war was looming in Iraq and 10,000 Maniacs were on the public address, one could have been forgiven, while watching Michael Jordan play...

February 03, 2003 | Jack McCallum
As America faces an epidemic of obesity, many professional athletes are up against the same health risks as the average couch potato

February 03, 2003 | Pete McEntegart
The naked truth about Nike's pitchman, and other bare-all ad campaigns

February 03, 2003 | Pete McEntegart
41Percentage increase in fatal car crashes on Super Bowl Sunday as compared to a typical Sunday.

February 03, 2003
RecoveredAfter Oilers coach Craig MacTavish tore his tongue out during a Jan. 20 game, Flames mascot Harvey the Hound. Harvey, who had incensed MacTavish by taunting the Oilers in the third period...

February 03, 2003 | Bill Scheft
Before we begin, anybody need tickets for Jimmy Kimmel IV?

February 03, 2003 | Richard Deitsch
The 41-year-old actor who played Morpheus in The Matrix takes a spin as the King of Cali in Biker Boyz, a modern Western about an underground African-American motorcycle club, which opens on Jan. 31.

February 03, 2003
JANUARY 31—FEBRUARY 6

February 03, 2003 | Pete McEntegart
Super Bowl ABCs

February 03, 2003
AT THE SUPER BOWL

February 03, 2003
1. Jeff Gordon and date Amanda Church2. Jack Osbourne3. Jeremy Shockey4. Tony Siragusa lifts Tara Reid5. Bachelorette Trista Rehn and Ronnie Lott6. Scott Erickson7. John Salley and the Miller Lite...

February 03, 2003
ROY WILLIAMSKansas basketball coach, on the only shortcoming he sees in No. 1 Arizona: "They don't have that one seven-foot monster with one eye in the middle of his head and smelly armpits."

February 03, 2003
A soft-drink company is offering $5 million to a fan who sinks a half-court shot while suspended upside down at L.A.'s Staples Center during next month's Pac-10 basketball tournament.

February 03, 2003 | John O'keefe
At age 25, hoops-obsessed Arizona assistant Josh Pastner is on the fast track to a top job

February 03, 2003 | John O'keefe
Here are five assistants—slightly older than Josh Pastner—who are on track for Division I head-coaching jobs soon.

February 03, 2003 | Melissa Segura
High school scoring phenom Heather O'Reilly is making plans for the prom—and the World Cup

February 03, 2003 | Stephen Cannella
There's no set date for the Expos to leave Montreal, but bidding on the club has officially opened

February 03, 2003 | Stu Hackel
Doug Harvey, one of the NHL's great defensemen, provided the spark for the Canadiens' dynasty

February 03, 2003 | Stu Hackel
Was Glenn Hall the best goalie ever?

February 03, 2003 | Jeff Pearlman
Up-and-coming welterweight Dmitriy Salita pulls no punches when it comes to his Jewish faith

February 03, 2003 | Richard Hoffer
He calls himself boxing's Ebola virus, and for good reason—few contenders in the heavyweight ranks want to take a chance against Chris Byrd's slick southpaw style

February 03, 2003
Kevin Nee, HOPEDALE, MASS.Strongman CompetitionKevin, 17, who stands 6'2" and weighs 200 pounds, won the teenage heavyweight division of the amateur strongman nationals. He finished first in each...

February 03, 2003
Stars with Sticks

February 03, 2003
STELLAR SNUB: C. In 19 seasons with four clubs, current Blackhawk forward Steve Thomas has 892 points (398 goals, 494 assists) and no All-Star appearances.

February 03, 2003 | Michael Silver
Led by a defense that picked off five passes and a coach who proved his worth, Tampa Bay blistered Oakland to win its first NFL title

February 03, 2003 | Michael Silver
1. Raiders running back Charlie Garner picks up blitzing cornerback Ronde Barber.2. Wideout Jerry Rice starts down the left sideline, and quarterback Rich Gannon pump-fakes in his direction as...

February 03, 2003 | Paul Zimmerman
No defense has ever been more ready for a title game than Tampa Bay's

February 03, 2003 | Peter King
Maligned tailback Michael Pittman got his big chance and ran with it

February 03, 2003 | Peter King
A return to the Super Bowl is more likely for the Bucs than for the Raiders

February 03, 2003 | Tim Layden
With an impossible act to follow, Indiana coach Mike Davis has used diplomacy, tenacity and sometimes over-the-top intensity to win over the Hoosiers faithful

February 03, 2003 | Grant Wahl
With Indiana far behind him and his 800th victory just ahead, Bob Knight is building a powerful and profitable program in Lubbock

February 03, 2003 | Daniel G. Habib
Rookie Barret Jackman, 21, and veteran Al Maclnnis, 39, have formed a defensive pair for the ages in St. Louis

February 03, 2003
Going for BrokerTampa Bay defensive tackle Warren Sapp had no time for pregame jitters four days before the Super Bowl (page 36); he was too busy playing ticket master for family and friends.

February 03, 2003 | L. Jon Wertheim
At the Australian Open, Serena Williams won her fourth straight Grand Slam singles title, and Andre Agassi crushed the men's field

February 03, 2003 | S.L. Price
MORE THAN THREE YEARS AFTER HE SUDDENLY WALKED AWAY FROM PRO FOOTBALL AT THE PEAK OF HIS POWERS, REMAINS A MYSTERY TO FANS, FORMER DETROIT TEAMMATES AND EVEN MEMBERS OF HIS FAMILY

February 03, 2003
The NBAStill a bull market for Portland's WallaceHawks need to deal—or elseTeams eye Brazilian center

February 03, 2003 | Ian Thomsen
A Talent Too TemptingDespite his latest screwup, many teams still covet Rasheed Wallace

February 03, 2003 | Ian Thomsen
On Detroit's off-season acquisition of shooting guard Richard Hamilton for Jerry Stackhouse:

February 03, 2003 | Ian Thomsen
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban believes that rising costs may cause the salary cap (currently $40.3 million) to drop by $1 million next season. "If ticket sales rally, or merchandise [revenue]...

February 03, 2003 | Seth Davis
Golden TrioLed by three hungry Bears, Cal has surged to the top of the Pac-10

February 03, 2003 | Seth Davis
1. The player of the year race is wide-open.

February 03, 2003 | Seth Davis
Jameer NelsonSAINT JOSEPH'S

February 03, 2003 | Daniel G. Habib
Unlucky LucThe Red Wings' Luc Robitaille, the top goal-scoring left wing in history, struggles to regain his golden touch

February 03, 2003 | Pierre McGuire
There are only six German players in the NHL, but expect an increase soon, thanks in part to the Sharks. Director of scouting Tim Burke and consultant John Ferguson have spent a lot of time in...

February 03, 2003 | Rick Reilly
DEARLY BELOVED, we are gathered here to bury the Oakland Raiders. Rest In Pieces.

February 03, 2003 | Keith Lyford
Vijay Singh played brilliantly at the Phoenix Open, but it was an unlucky bounce off the flagstick on a John Huston tee shot that sealed the win

February 03, 2003
Phil Mickelson is among the Tour leaders in dispensing autographs, but following the final round of the Phoenix Open, he beat a hasty retreat from the TPC of Scottsdale. "My plane is leaving in 15...

February 03, 2003
VOTE AT GOLFONLINE.COM

February 03, 2003 | Vic Wilk
Forget Annika. It will be a much bigger story when I crash the LPGA tour's gender barrier

February 03, 2003 | Chris Lewis
In Phoenix the shocking death of a young golfer led to divorce, a lawsuit and the demise of a club that, ironically, wanted to serve kids

February 03, 2003 | Alan Shipnuck
Vijay Singh, a winner in Phoenix, is getting better, not older

February 03, 2003 | Alan Shipnuck
ANNIKA SORENSTAM has no hope of contending in a PGA Tour event. She doesn't spin the ball enough to hold the circuit's extreme greens—especially as she will be hitting long irons or woods into...