Wednesday, November 30, 2011

ESPN the Magazine's "The Interview" Edition

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We all want answers. We demand them, actually. From revered coaches, from players making history, from execs we’re convinced are up to no good. Every time one of them answers a question from us – the reporters, the fans – it reveals a small, unvarnished truth about them and about the games we love.
ESPN The Magazine’s debut “Interview” issue on newsstands Friday, December 2, features Green Bay Packers’ Quarterback Aaron Rodgers and his thoughts on having the greatest season of his life, Chicago Bulls’ Derrick Rose about why he refused to attend negotiations between the NBA players and owners, and Detroit Tigers’ Justin Verlander about how he gets from 97 to 100 on the radar gun. No matter the interview, no question went unanswered.  Cover    |    Articles
Full list of interviews:
·         Aaron Rodgers
·         Alex Ovechkin
·         Bernard Hopkins
·         Clayton Kershaw
·         Danica Patrick
·         Derrick Rose
·         Ed Reed
·         Fred Jackson
·         Jurgen Klinsmann
·         Justin Verlander
·         Mark Emmert
·         Novak Djokovic
·         Ozzie Guillen
·         Theo Epstein
·         Tony LaRussa
·         Usain Bolt
·         Yani Tseng 

Beyond the Interview:
·         Special Report: The “Interview” issue also features “We Were,” a detailed account from The Mag’s Wright Thompson who visited State College a week after the twin legends of Joe Paterno and Happy Valley came crashing down to ask how, in the face of a new normal, Penn State will remake its identity.
·         The Truth: Howard Bryant’s debut as The Mag’s newest columnist, exploring the cult classic Tim Tebow – how we can’t stop talking about him but it’s not because he is the best player on the field.
·         MLB: Now that the season is over, ESPN The Magazine’s Peter Keating reviews the evidence after labeling the Blue Jays sign-stealers earlier this year.
·         College Basketball: Five-star freshman Cody Zeller could have played just about anywhere, but he chose the school that needed him most: Indiana.
·         College Football: No contender will win the hardware on his own. Meet the big award’s five finalists, according to ESPN’s Heisman voters, and the teammates who will help them get to New York.

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