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Our newest magazine featuring Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo on the cover is now available for viewing. This issue includes in-depth features on Baltimore Orioles star Chris Davis, former Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker, Philadelphia Eagles receiver Jason Avant, and former University of Colorado head coach Bill McCartney and his family. Managing editor Brett Honeycutt writes about Aaron Hernandez in his column "Airing It Out;" staff writer Stephen Copeland writes about Roanoke and Paraguay in his column "Another Angle;" and Bryce Johnson talks with San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback Colt McCoy in his column "Unpackin' It." Log in here to view the new magazine before it arrives in your mailbox. Not a subscriber? Subscribe to Sports Spectrum here.

Each time David Akers was cut by his last two NFL teams, his departure oddly followed deep runs by his teams in the playoffs. It...

Russell Wilson, one of the top rookies in the NFL last season while guiding the Seattle Seahawks to the second round of the playoffs,...

Parents, in general, rear their children to get an education, excel at sports, and excel at life, sometimes in that order, and sometimes with sports before education, but usually, excelling at life seems to come last on the importance meter. Strangely, those same parents wonder what happened when their children fail at life. Questions abound like: Why did they disobey? Why did they get involved with the wrong crowd?

On the surface, Herschel Walker seemingly had it all. As a Heisman trophy winner, as a NFL running back for 12 years and as the...

To win, Dallas Cowboy starting quarterback Tony Romo knows it takes a team. “As a quarterback, one of the most important things I’ve learned is...

I remember going to my first Indiana Pacers game at Market Square Arena with my father in first grade. The Pacers were playing the Hawks, and we sat up in the rafters, and I wouldn’t trade it for anything. I don’t even remember if the Pacers won; in fact, I think they lost. But the experience is what I remember. I had bugged my dad for so long to go to a game, and just being there, watching Reggie Miller, wearing my No. 31 Miller jersey and pinstripe shorts, and sitting next to my dad was enough. The experience was enough...

The calmness in Andrew McCutchen’s demeanor mirrors his play on the field. When he plays for the Pittsburgh Pirates, you see a smooth, graceful athlete who easily covers the space in centerfield, has a fluid swing at the plate and runs the bases extremely well. He’s that complete player the Pirates Need in the leadoff position and the reason they selected him 11th overall in the 2005 Major League Baseball draft out of Fort Meade (Fla.) High School...

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