Sports Illustrated Lady Vols edition

Sports Illustrated Presents has published a special collector's issue commemorating the Lady Vols' 7th National Championship. The 80-page magazine, with a limited press run of 110,000 copies, has hit newsstands throughout the state of Tennessee at area retailers including Kroger, Wal-Mart, Walgreen's, Barnes & Noble, Borders Food City, Food Lion and Ingles.

The special edition, which will be sold at a price of $6.99, features NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player Candace Parker on its cover with a billing that reads, "2007 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS…LADY VOLS."

Highlights of the special issue include:

A WHOLE NEW BALL GAME

Women's basketball has made enormous strides thanks in larger part to a certain mother and coach in Tennessee orange, writes Andrew Lawrence.

THE 2006-07 SEASON IN PICTURES

Tennessee tamed a typical tough nonconference schedule and went undefeated in the SEC for the eighth time.

2007 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP:

Tournament Brackets: Several early-round upsets cleared the path to Cleveland for Tennessee.

Hitting the Road: The Lady Vols made a rare trip out of Tennessee for the first two rounds, but it was Drake and Pittsburgh who were sent packing, writes Andrew Lawrence.

Two Over Easy: The big, bad Lady Vols hammered Cinderella's Marist and Ole Miss and continued their own fairy tale by advancing to the Final Four, writes Andrew Lawrence.

About a Team: Exhorted by their coach and inspired by one another, the Lady Vols refused to leave Cleveland without delivering to coach Pat Summitt her seventh national championship, writes Kelli Anderson.

The Belle of the Ball: At the Big Dance, Candace Parker showed why she is the most talented player in the history of women's basketball, writes Andrew Lawrence.

TENNESSEE HISTORY

The Greatest Lady Vols of All Time: The Lady Vols' rich basketball history includes seven NCAA titles, three players of the year, the Naismith Player of the Century and the winningest college basketball coach ever.

So assembling an all-time Tennessee team from the dozens of deserving candidates is a task for which no one would volunteer.

Eyes of the Storm: What's behind the steely-eyed focus of Pat Summitt, college basketball's winningest coach and the whirlwind force that has carried the Lady Vols to seven national titles? - By Gary Smith

SI/RTN OFFER: Back by demand, Scout.com revives its best promotion ever. The promo offer, aimed at NEW subscribers, includes a one-year subscription to Sports Illustrated to those who begin a new annual Total Access Pass or upgrade from a monthly membership to an annual Total Access Pass.

We are proud to announce one of the most exciting subscription promotions in the history of InsideTennessee.com.

Our partners at Scout.com have assembled a great promotion with college sports fans and Vols fans, in particular, in mind.

New annual subscribers and monthly upgrade purchases of an annual Total Access Pass for $99 will receive:

A one-year subscription to InsideTennessee.com and also to Rocky Top News The Magazine (10 issues).

A full year (56 issues) of Sports Illustrated is included as part of your Annual Total Access Pass ($39.95 value). (The Lady Vols commemorative issue is not part of the subscription package and must be bought separately on the newsstand or through SI.com.)

And a $15 gift certificate to WhatIfSports.com. By beginning a one-year Total Access Pass subscription to InsideTennessee.com, you receive access to all premium news content on this site as well as the entire Scout.com network. That includes all of the Vol's opponents for the coming year as well as the Scout site devoted to your favorite NFL team(s).

You also gain access to our regular Chat sessions with Randy Moore and Jimmy Hyams, Jeffery Stewart and Maria Cornelius.

You also receive 10 issues of Rocky Top News The Magazine, the only glossy magazine to cover the Vols all year long.

If billed monthly, access to InsideTennessee.com costs $120. Rocky Top News magazine subscriptions, if sold separately, our magazine alone is priced at $39.95. Plus, you get $55 worth of goodies (SI and WhatIfSports.com) included with this special deal.

That is a $215 value that you can have right now for $99. C'mon, it's only about a quarter a day for more Vol info and entertainment than you can shake an orange stick at.

This promotion is geared toward new ANNUAL subscribers, but it also applies for any current monthly, 3-month or 6-month subscribers who upgrades to our Annual Total Access Pass status.

Rocky Top News the Magazine, NOW a 48-page publication, comes out ten times a year for a special online subscription rate of $39.95 (reg. $44.95) and is included in the $99.95 Total Access Pass package. Act now to get Rocky Top News in your new subscription

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