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April 23, 2012
The revelation of the Saints' bounty program and the notion that some in the NFL think of football as a blood sport remind me of the feeling you get when eating a juicy hot dog: It tastes good and you want to enjoy...
April 01, 1974 | Edited by Andrew Crichton
•Ed Giacomin, 34-year-old New York Ranger goalie, who has been gray-haired since he was 19: "My decision to make goalkeeping a career might have had something to do with it."
June 23, 1969
The new, raucous Cubs have lost their old gentility under the hand of Leo Durocher. Robert Boyle tells how even the bullpen gets into the act, leading cheers in the bleachers.
May 06, 1974 | Pat Putnam
Four-minute miles are still sadly lacking but the competition is excellent, the crowds gratifyingly large and the future bright as a dollar
September 02, 1991
The Black AthleteSI is to be acclaimed. I found Part One of the Black Athlete Revisited in your Aug. 5 issue so riveting that I read all the articles in one sitting. They were tough and hard-hitting, but also honest...