In celebration of ESPN The Magazine's anniversary, we want you to help select the most significant moment for each of the Mag's 15 years. SportsNation will decide the top moment, to be revealed in the May 3 issue.
New Orleans Saints
Spurred by a surprise onside kick to begin the second half, Drew Brees and the Saints bring joy to New Orleans, which is still rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina, by beating Peyton Manning and the Colts in Super Bowl XLIV.
In "The Decision," LeBron James says he's "bringing his talents to South Beach" and leaving Cleveland to join the Miami Heat in an ill-conceived, one-hour special aired on ESPN after his much-hyped free agency.
San Francisco Giants
Edgar Renteria is the unlikely MVP for the underdog San Francisco Giants, who win their first World Series title in 56 years. It's the franchise's first championship since relocating from New York in 1958.
Junior college transfer Cam Newton becomes the first player in SEC history to throw for 2,000 yards and rush for 1,000. He leads Auburn to the BCS championship and wins the Heisman.
UConn becomes the only women's basketball team to go undefeated for two straight seasons when it finishes the 2009-10 season 39-0 and defeats Stanford for the title. In December, the Huskies' streak ends at 90, an NCAA basketball record for consecutive victories.