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GOLF PLUS
Star Lite
RORY-TIGER WITH THE CUP ON THE LINE SOUNDS GOOD BUT WOULDN'T HAVE BEEN MUCH OF A MATCH
LEADING OFF
THE MAIL
Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS
Fresh Squeezed
THE HURRICANES' FIRST-YEAR RUNNING BACK DUKE JOHNSON IS BRINGING THE BIG PLAY BACK TO MIAMI—NO LINES, NO WAITING
Moving Targets
TRANSFERS HAVE REACHED MASSIVE PROPORTIONS IN DIVISION I, WITH MORE THAN 400 PLAYERS CHANGING SCHOOLS LAST SEASON. THESE SECOND-CHANCE RECRUITS WERE SNAPPED UP BY TOP PROGRAMS—BUT NOT ALL OF THEM ARE BULL'S-EYE CHOICES TO LEAVE A BIG MARK IN THEIR NEW ROLES
Cardinal Virtue
FOUR STRAIGHT VICTORIES—AND A SUDDEN CALM—SUGGEST THAT ARIZONA QUARTERBACK KEVIN KOLB HAS FINALLY FOUND HIS FORM
A Strong Euro
IMPROVED SCOUTING MEANS FEWER OVERSEAS PLAYERS ARE TURNING OUT TO BE BUSTS, WHICH BODES WELL FOR TORONTO'S JONAS VALANCIUNAS
MLB PLAYOFFS
PRO FOOTBALL
Too Much of a Good Thing
Referee resolution? Great. Now on to the next problem: Additional Thursday matchups that are compromising the quality of play and, just maybe, player safety
Peace in Our Time
Who won the lockout (the refs, for now) matters far less than that the new agreement ensures long-term labor harmony
GOLF
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
The World's Team
POINT AFTER
Departments
Trauma Induced
Growing concern over the prevalence of head injuries at all levels of sports led an award-winning filmmaker to study the problem