July 14, 2003 | Richard Hoffer
The gentlemen at Time Inc.—and they were all gentlemen—were as flummoxed as they were determined when it came to inventing this new magazine. Nobody could get a handle on it, and the buzz outside the building echoed...
February 25, 2002
Jim Murray (above) may be tickling a typewriter in the great press room in the sky, but his presence was felt at the Nissan Open, played in his adopted hometown. On the day before the tournament Linda McCoy-Murray,...
June 05, 2000 | Steve Rushin
To this year's grads seeking a future in sports media, we say, Filter neither rays nor emotion
August 24, 1998 | Rick Reilly
I once asked Jim Murray if he kept a few extra columns in the bank for days when he had the flu or a tee time or an incurably blank computer screen. "Of course not!" he yowled. "What if I die one ahead?"
May 16, 1994 | Rick Reilly
This SI Classic from April 1986 examines the life of Jim Murray, America's top sports columnist, who, despite a series of tragedies, always keeps 'em laughing