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The Passion of Bill Polian

“I remember seeing Bill up on stage after the championship game,” says Peyton Manning. “We felt like this was going to be our year to win the Super Bowl. We felt like we’d sort of overcome some demons in that game.”

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Kickin' It with Pat McAfee: A Celebrity Punter Unmasked

Pat McAfee won’t use urinals in public restrooms, and he always washes his hands. Because you never know who’s watching. “What usually happens is, people see me, and then tweet about it,” he says.

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Andrew Luck

“You look at the things that could prevent Andrew from having success, and it’s not a long list,” says Tony Dungy. “He’s not going to fail because he’s not prepared.”

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Don’t Worry. Jim Irsay Has a Plan.

“This isn’t the first time he has faced adversity—on the field or off it,” deputy editor Daniel S. Comiskey wrote in IM’s 2012 profile of Jim Irsay. “His addiction to prescription painkillers made him an unpredictable presence in interviews before he publicly admitted and beat the disease.”

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Sunday Drive: Peyton Manning

This article originally appeared in the September 2008 issue.

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When We Build It, Will They Come?

The Indianapolis Colts, a winning team on the field, would not be financially viable in the modern NFL if they had to spend another two decades in the Hoosier Dome.

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Tony Dungy: Can This Nice Guy Finish First?

Winning—and Dungy’s famous defense strategy for winning—is what people ask about all the time. Ultimately, Indianapolis’s new football figure’s present notoriety comes back to race.

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That’s A Mora

With 119 NFL victories, Jim Mora ranks 20th among all-time coaches, but he’s the only one with zero playoff victories. So, is his glass of Gatorade half full or half empty?

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Viewpoint: Peyton Manning

There are modest solutions being posited: Grant Hill, with his self-reflexive, “Image is Nothing,” advertising campaign and Tiger Woods’ Golf 101 spots. Are players today role models if they comment on the marketing spin while they are in the process of spinning?

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