Football: Super Bowl XI: Oakland Raiders coach John Madden walks off the field after leading the Raiders to victory over the Vikings in Super Bowl XI. Behind Madden is Gene Upshaw holding a “We’re No. 1” sign. In this week’s Monday Morning Quarterback, SI’s Peter King writes about how Oakland is finally doing things right and are an organization on the upswing. (Neil Leifer/SI)
KING MMQB: Raiders finally doing things the right way and other draft thoughts PAULINE: Who’s rising, who’s falling in the NFL Draft after pro daysGALLERY: SI.com’s All-Time 20 Sportscasters

Football: Super Bowl XI: Oakland Raiders coach John Madden walks off the field after leading the Raiders to victory over the Vikings in Super Bowl XI. Behind Madden is Gene Upshaw holding a “We’re No. 1” sign. In this week’s Monday Morning Quarterback, SI’s Peter King writes about how Oakland is finally doing things right and are an organization on the upswing. (Neil Leifer/SI)

KING MMQB: Raiders finally doing things the right way and other draft thoughts 
PAULINE: Who’s rising, who’s falling in the NFL Draft after pro days
GALLERY: SI.com’s All-Time 20 Sportscasters

Members of the 1977 Marquette Basketball team that won the National Championship put on their best outfits for a photo shoot. From left to right are Jim Boylan, Bill Neary, Ulice Payne, Butch Lee, Jim Dudley, Gary Rosenberger, Bernard Toone, Jerome Whitehead, Craig Butrym, Robert Byrd and Bo Ellis. (Courtesy of Marquette)
SI VAULT: After 13 years at Marquette, McGuire gets national title sendoff (4.4.77)

Members of the 1977 Marquette Basketball team that won the National Championship put on their best outfits for a photo shoot. From left to right are Jim Boylan, Bill Neary, Ulice Payne, Butch Lee, Jim Dudley, Gary Rosenberger, Bernard Toone, Jerome Whitehead, Craig Butrym, Robert Byrd and Bo Ellis. (Courtesy of Marquette)

SI VAULT: After 13 years at Marquette, McGuire gets national title sendoff (4.4.77)

Legendary boxing trainer Angelo Dundee poses with Sugar Ray Leonard before his first professional bout in 1977. Besides Muhammad Ali, Leonard was Dundee’s most famous boxer. The two started working together in the late ’70s. Dundee died on Wednesday at the age of 90.  (John/Iacono/SI)
GALLERY: Rare Photos of Angelo DundeeSI VAULT: With Ali’s trainer, Leonard coasts to victory in debut (2.14.77)

Legendary boxing trainer Angelo Dundee poses with Sugar Ray Leonard before his first professional bout in 1977. Besides Muhammad Ali, Leonard was Dundee’s most famous boxer. The two started working together in the late ’70s. Dundee died on Wednesday at the age of 90.  (John/Iacono/SI)

GALLERY: Rare Photos of Angelo Dundee
SI VAULT: With Ali’s trainer, Leonard coasts to victory in debut (2.14.77)