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December 31
1980
Features - The Ram With the Golden Horn (Vince Ferragamo), A George Rogers Appreciation, How the Bowls Mix 'em Up (A thinking man's guide to postseason play), Looking Out for No. 1 (Picture the teams that are college football's cream), McGuire Goes Out on a Limb (College basketball's heavyweights on the road to Philadelphia), Al Long Last, Billy Ray Hayes (Is he for all time or simply a lark?), Unmasking the Goalies (Rating the NHL's minders of the net), The Dallas Difference (Too Tall Jones and Danny White are the ones), Wired for Scores (Sports phone keeps the nations junkies informed), A Season in Stitches (The dogs barked but the Phils caravan rolled on) Departments - Publisher's Notes, First, Lists, Comebacks, Numbers, The Good Doctor, Centerfold, The Fan, Inside Track, Gambling, Media, Dollars, Style, Food
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January 31
1981
Features - What Hockey Needs Is More Violence (Dave Schultz, where are you now that we need you), Heaven And Hell At Notre Dame (Gerry Faust starts a new Irish era), Home, Sweet Home (Ten courts basketball coaches hate to visit), Super Bowl XV, Who Will Win, The NFL Learns To Love The Bomb (Where have all the Doomsdays and Purple People Eaters gone?), 14 Year Of Trivia (A quiz to end all quizzes), The City Of New Orleans (The sports Sickness hits home), A Palate Coup (Eating the most of a week in the Delta), Corporate Woodstock (Behind the scenes at America's biggest trade show), Rating The Sites (You can keep L.A. and Miami...), Going For Broke (The football junkie's last wager), Two Ways To Build (Joe Cribbs and Billy Sims are a good way to start), Baseball's Best Stat (The Total Average tells you who's really the best), Sympathy For The Devil ("Raging Bull" sheds light on Jake LaMotta's life), The Philadelphia Story (How sports have lifted the psyche of a city) Departments - Publisher's Notes, Comebacks, First, Lists, The Fan, Numbers, The Good Doctor, Centerfold (Joe Namath gives the AFL credibility), Inside Track/Orlando Cepeda
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March
1985
Features - Interview: Kellen Winslow, Raging Genius (John McEnroe), Changing of the Guard in the ACC, Inside Sports Special Fitness Section, The Wiz Has His Bullets Flying (Gus Williams), Revenge of the Nerds (Six NHL players form an all-star team of the forsaken), Whose Kind of Town? (Chicago baseball), Baseball's Dirty Double-Dozen (The Portland Mavericks) Departments - Editor's Note, The Insider, Media, Gambling, The Good Doctor, The Fan
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March
1986
Features - Interview: Howie Long ('God had it in mind for me to be a Raider'.), Total Average Cannot Tell a Lie (Mattingly was great, but Brett was robbed of the '85 A.L. MVP Award.), Total Average Ratings (Exclusive ratings of more than 350 position players.), Rickey Rocks 'Em in New York (The AL Leader in TA is already an all-time great.), Pedro Powers "em in Los Angeles (The NL Leader in TA is the Dodgers' new leader.), The Resurrection of Golden State (The team is coming back, but the owner is drifting away.), Inside Sports' Special Fitness Section (*Pro Rehabilitation, *Injury Preventation, *The Fitness Shrine, *The Perfect Diet.), Brotherly Love in Philly? Forget It! (When the Big 5 basketball powers meet, they play for keeps.
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October
1986
Features - Interview: Lou Holtz, Football's Best Players, The Best College Players, BOOMER! Big Noise in Cincinnati (Boomer Esiason), The Nose Breaker (The Giant's Jim Burt), Stranger Than Paradise (Dave (Rob Paradise) is a killer in the clutch_, The Amazing Transformation of Jeff Leonard (Willie Mays helped turn his sour into power) Departments - Editor's Note, The Insider, Media, Inside Out, Numbers, The Good Doctor, The Fan
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March
1987
Features - Total Average Shows No Mercy, Total Average Rankings, Eric the Red, Ken Who? (Ken Phelps), Sophmore Sensations, Baseball's Class of '87, Toronto Fights Back!, Washington's New Monument (Moses Malone), A Hoop Harvest in the Heartland Departments - Editor's Note, The Insider, Media, Inside Out, Interview (Akeem Olajuwon), Numbers, The Good Doctor, The Fan
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April
1987
Features - Baseball '87 - Our Annual Preview: NL Preview - More Mets Magic, AL Preview - Toronto Takes Off, George Bell Tolls Alone, Incandescence!, What Makes Sugar Go?, Who Will Win? *Leonard's pride can't overcome Hagler's determination), Classic Matchups (Sparks fly when the NBA's best go one-on-one), How to Win the NCAA Tournament
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May
1987
Features - 1987 Baseball Ratings and Inside Stuff: Rating the Pitchers, The Best, The Most, The Least, etc., Rating the Managers, 1987 Major League Baseball Schedules, The Magic of the Masters (The photographic beauty), The Knick;s Pivotal Mistake (Despite the presence of Patrick Ewing, the Knicks are in trouble), 1987 NFL Draft Preview, A Quake on the Lake (The Indians are contenders) Departments - Editor's Notes, The Insider, Media, Inside Out, Interview (Roger Clemens), Numbers, The Good Doctor, The Fan
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March
1988
Features - Baseball's Best Players: Total Average, Total Average Stats, Mark McGwire Stays Cool, Super Sophs, Rating the 1988 Rookies, Winter Dreams(U.S. figure skater Debi Thomas is her own worst critic), Seattle Cowboy (Tom Chambers' careet is at high noon: is he a gunner or a team player?), They're Buddying Up to Ryan (The Eagles love their coach, who sided with them during the strike.), Asphalt Artists (College's top point guards honed their skills on urban playgrounds.) Departments - Editor's Note, The Insider, Media, Inside Out, Interview (Mark Aguirre), Numbers, The Good Doctor, The Fan
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June
1988
Features - Interview: Whitey Herzog (The Cardinals candid and successful manager has his say.), 1988 Baseball Ratings & Inside Stuff - Players On The Spot (AL East - Dave Righetti, AL West - Dave Parker, NL East - Lance Parrish, NL West - Jeffrey Leonard.), Strategy (Rick Horton's Pickoff Move, Marty Barrett on Infield Communication, R.J. Reynolds on Outfield Play, Carlton Fisk: Young and old pitching staffs, Lou Pinella on Hitting.), Managers (A Personality Profile of Today's Managers, Daring Managers, Conservative Managers, The Bobby Valentine Hate Club, The Genius of Whitey Herzog.), ...And More (The State of Baseball, Cubs Trades, Sophmore Jinx, Expos, Cheating Hitters, Glossary; Comeback Players; B-Ball, Clubhouse Food, Dressing Down; Randolph's Partners, Arbitration; Cheating Pitchers, Underrated Players; Pet Tricks, Overrated Players; Busch Stadium, Teams on Upswing and Downswing, Bad Trades; Lynn's Excuses, Second Half Stars, Top Pitchers in the '80s.), Hockey's New Breed (Which new stars will blossom in this year's playoff's.), Miracle at the Brickyard (Indy 500 runner-up Roberto Guerrero is back from a near-fatal crash.)
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August
1988
Features - NFL & College Ratings & Inside Stuff: Pro Football Uncovered, The Year of the College Runner, NFL Rookie Report, Marketing the Box, Remember the Home Runs of '87 Departments - Editor's Note, The Insider, Media, Inside Out, Interview (Eric Dickerson), Numbers, The Good Doctor, The Fan
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September
1988
Features - Interview: Wilbur Marshall, 1988 NFL & College Football Preview: NFC Preview - A Giant Return, AFC Preview - Dawg Days Are Over, College Preview - Florida St. is No. 1, College Football Top 20 - USC Challenges for the Title, Back to the Future? (The L.A. Raiders just ain't what they used to be) Departments - Editor's Note, The Insider, Media, Numbers, The Good Doctor, The Fan
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November
1988
Features - Interview: Larry Brown (San Antonio's vagabond coach is preparing to use Mr. Robinson), NBA Basketball Preview (The League's New Age - We rank the teams from top to bottom, and predict a Hawk's championship. Atlantic - Boston will hold off fast-charging New York, Central - Atlanta's new faces give it the edge over Detroit, Midwest - The Mailman will deliver the Jazz a division title, Pacific - Portland's power game will end the purple reign), (Here Come The Rookies! - The Clippers' three youngsters will make L.A. a two-team city), College Basketball Preview - Hail To The Victors (Workaholic coach Bill Frieder has the horses to make Michigan No. 1 - No. 2 Georgetown: Mourning will break the Big East, No. 9 N.C. State: Corchiani keeps the Wolfpack on the prowl, No. 13 Arizona: Sean Elliott leads the new UCLA, No. 15 Temple: Chaney has the talent and no more excuses), Hockey Ratings & Inside Stuff - The Good, The Bad & Our Suggestions (We rate the players, teams, coaches and ways to improve the game), Whose Turn Is It? (The last 10 World Series have produced 10 different winners - why?) Departments - Editor's Notes, The Insider (Baseball's Olympians, Boston Gardens Makeover, Mike Dunne's baseball cards), Media (Charlotte hits the NBA), Numbers, The Good Doctor, The Fan (Boxing's fascination)
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December
1988
Features - Interview: Mike Krzyzewski (Duke's coach sounds off on college basketball hot issues.), Basketball Ratings and Inside Stuff - Pro Basketball Uncovered (Michael Jordan's first dunk, Teams on the upswing and downswing, Second-Round Sensations, Overpaid & Underpaid Stars, Kareem's Five Greatest Games, Karl Malone Loves Utah, Byron Scott Loves L.A., Projected 1991-92 Standings, Is The Season Too Long?, And much, much more.), N.Y. vs L.A.: Action Jackson (Brash Mark Jackson takes a back seat to nobody - just ask him.), N.Y. vs L.A.: Magic's Advice (The Laker's superstar point guard sees talent - and himself - in his challenger.), The Education of Jimmie Rodgers (Boston new head coach is a true green Celtic.), Our College All-America Team, plus (Rating the Clutch Shooters, Impact Players Without Impact, Dean Smith vs Jim Valvano, The Unknown Soldiers, Coaches Who Underachieve, And Much More.) Rating The NHL Coaches - The NHL's Rumpelstiltskin (Detroit's Jacques Demers is No. 2, but don't tell him that.) The NFL's Holy Terror (Philadelphia's Reggie White is defensive end on a mission.)
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June
1989
Features - Pro Football Special Section Pressure Point (Coaching's pro team is a killer job - and it's not getting easier.), Does No Huddle Mean No Respect (Sam Wyche's innovation has the NFL confused and outraged.), Rating The NFL Coaches (We rate all 28 head coaches and tell you why Joe Gibbs ranks No. 1.) Baseball Special Section - Rating The Baseball Managers (Our analysis of big league field generals puts Sparky Anderson on top.), '89 Baseball Ratings & Inside Stuff (Be an expert after reading our facts and options. *Best hitters and pitchers parks, *Best home plate speakers, *Baseball's smartest hitters, *Decline of the Iron Man, *Say Cheese, *Catching the knuckleball, *Inside an argument, *Clubhouse leaders.) A Cavalier Approach (Cleveland has taken the NBA by storm with its youth and smarts.), Gimme Five (Legendary driver A.J. Foyt still dreams of a fifth Indy 500 crown.) NHL Playoffs Special Section Guts! (Hockey players are notorious for playing with pain.)
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September
1990
Features - Interview: Don Majkowski (Green Bay's quarterback talks about cockiness and success.) NFL Preview Special Section - The AFC: The Bengals Are Back (*Healthy once again, Sam Wyche's warriors will go all the way, *Miami will win behind Dan Marino's inexhaustible arm, *A rock-solid defense will carry the Chiefs in the west.) The NFC: An Old West Shootout (*The Rams drop a bomb on the aging but still tough 49ers, *An excellent passing attack will boost the young Redskins, *They've got talent galore, but the Vikings need heart.) Fastbreak Football (The run-and-shoot may be the next step in football's evolution.), College Preview Special Section Hurricane Warning (Defending champion Miami has everyone running for cover.), Conference Picks (We predict the records and standings of the major conferences.), Born To Block (Auburn's awesome Ed King leads our 1990 All-America team.), Grin and Bear It (Ohio State coach John Cooper smiles at pressure in Columbus.)
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October
1990
Features - Basketball Ratings And Inside Stuff - The NBA: In Your Face (The do's and don't's of guarding Michael Jordan, plus - Why the West is the best - The best and worst interviews - Five fallacies about the NBA - One-shot wonders - Overrated and underrated - Rating the expansion teams), Rating The NBA Rookies (Guards have become the hot new commodity), The College Scene: Just Say No (Why Mike Kryzewski and John Thompson shunned the NBA, plus - The impact of the three-pointer - The hottest coaches - The best and worst teams - Anderson vs. Hurley), The New Wave (We rate the incoming freshman class, school by school), Staying Home (Larry Johnson of UNLV heads our list of All-Americans) 1990-91 NHL Preview - Burning Desire (The Flames will get revenge and scorch the rest of the league), Raw Deal (As he prepares for Buster Douglas, Evander Holyfield wants respect) Departments - Editor's Note, The Insider (Cllimbing the Vines, Southwest Sizzle), Media (Baseball's September Swoon), Inside Out, Interview (Don Shula), Numbers, The Good Doctor, The Fan (Golf: All Pain, No Gain)
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March
1991
Features - Interview: Eric Davis, Strong Points (No position in college basketball has changed like the point guard), Annual Swimsuit Special Section - 10th Anniversary Swimsuit Issue, Total Average Special Section - Totally Awesome *Rickey Henderson, the top TA player of the '80s, is no. 1 again), The Son Also Rises (Barry Bonds MVP year rid him of the burden of great expections), Total Average Stastics (Player rankings for all 26 major league teams) Departments - Editor's Note, The Insider, Inside Out, Media, Numbers, The Good Doctor, The Fan
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April
1991
Features - Interview: Cecil Fielder, Sports Saleries Special Section, 1991 Baseball Preview, The State of the Game Departments - Editor's Note, The Insider, Inside Out, Media, Numbers, The Good Doctor, The Fan
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June
1991
Features - Interview: Rickey Henderson (The A's mercurial star talks about Reggie, Lou, New York and money.), Bo Jackson Special Section - Will Bo Ever Play Again? (Baseball - His skills, his peers, his greatest moments and why he should stick to the diamond.),(Football - Jim Brown on Bo, how he joined the Raiders and how the Raiders like a part-time star.), (The Celebrity - His likes, his dislikes, his endorsement wars with Michael Jordan and much more.) Baseball's Super Sophmores (Which second-year standouts have a shot at superstardom.), Get Smarts (When the playoffs loom, NBA teams go for veteran experience.), Style and Substance (Some NHL stars are able to combine pizzazz and performance.), Solid Oak (Rebounding ace Charles Oakley can't shake a rep for wooden shooting.), Heir Apparent (Al Unser Jr. wants another Indy 500 trophy for the family collection.)
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August
1991
Features - Interview: Bruce Smith (The Bill's All-Pro defensive end tells us - and tells us - why he's No. 1), NFL Preview Special Section - The AFC: Scalped By The Chiefs (Led by a tough young defense, Kansas City is Super Bowl bound), The NFC: New York, New York (Power football carries the Giants to consecutive Super Bowl titles), A Vanilla Sunday (Russell Maryland was the first player taken in an uninspiring NFL draft), A Schot In The Arm (Coach Marty Schottenheimer has quickly lifted the Kansas City Chiefs) College Preview Special Section - Seminole Uprising (Bobby Bowden has Florida State peaking for his first national title), We Have Liftoff In Houston (The Cougars' David Klinger launches our 1991 All-America team), No Ticket To Ride (Veteran CART drivers are finding that money talks and talent walks) Departments - Editor's Note, The Insider (An Underhanded approach, A Giant good-luck charm), Inside Out, Media (NFL: The No-Fun League?), Numbers, The Good Doctor, The Fan (Lessons of the Court)
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November
1991
Features - Interview: Bernard King (The Bullets star discusses his rehab and the NBA's business side) NBA Preview Section - The Truth Comes Out (The Bulls' dramatic championship run dispelled some popular myths), 1991-92 NBA Preview (Clyde Drexler and Portland will battle Chicago for the title) College Basketball Preview Section - A Man Among Boys (Shaquille O'Neal plays above - way above - today's college pivotmen), 1991-92 College Basketball Preview (Check out our picks for the top 20 teams in America) Hockey Ratings & Inside Stuff - Right On The Money (Blues All-Star Brett Hull has shattered the NHL's pay scale), NHL Ratings & Inside Stuff (Find out the most overrated players, the best trades and more) Departments - Editor's Note, The Insider (Marvin Miller speaks out. How about a game of W-I-F-E), Media (Basketball's best analysts), Numbers, The Good Doctor, The Fan (Once a Card, always a Card)
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September
1992
Features - Interview: Sam Wyche (The NFL's most outspoken coach discusses fear, intimidation and pro football), No Hits, No Hype (The Cardinals' Lee Smith keeps a low-profile for a certain Hall-Of-Famer) NFL And College Football Preview - AFC: Eight Isn't Enough (The Oilers will stop the Bills - but not the AFC's Super Bowl losing streak), NFC: Gang Green (The rejuvenated Eagles will fly all the way for another NFC East Super Bowl title), "Can I Still Do It?" (Lawrence Taylor is feeling the clammy grip of advancing age), Cut Down By The Clock (Some of the league's biggest stars have joined the Over The Hill Gang), College Top 25: New Year, Same Story (Washington, Miami and Florida State are the cream of the college crop - again), Getting A Hold On The Heisman (Some football programs are abandoning sportsmanship for flashy numbers), The Quietest Quarterback (Florida's Shane Matthews is too good to be ignored - plus our Heisman consumer guide) Departments - Editor's Note, The Insider (Baseball's Secret Society - To The Losers Go The Spoils - The Battle Of The Budget), Media (Rolling the dice on a new life), Inside Out, Pro & Con (Instant replay in the NFL), Numbers, The Good Doctor, The Fan (Touched by the Man Upstairs)
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December
1995
Features - Interview: Andre Rison (He's a new man in no-nonsense Cleveland), Move, Countermove (The rivalry between the San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys is a chess match played out in the front offices and on the field), NBA Questions (Can Michael Jordan and Dennis Rodman co-exist? Can Pat Riley fire up the Heat? These and other burning issues face the NBA in 1995-96), Inside, Outside, All-Around (The elite centers in today's NBA can beat you in the paint, at the perimeters or anywhere in between), 1995-96 College Basketball Preview: Dog Days (With backcourt wiz Ray Allen in the lead, the UConn Huskies are setting off on an NCAA title trek), What The Game Can Be (The heroism of Cal Ripken and Mickey Mantle shows us why, for all its flaws, we still love baseball), The Age Of The Quick Fix (In the new NHL, dynasties are dead - these days teams are built for a lightning run at the Cup) Departments - Letters, Inside Issues, The Insider, Pro & Con, Media, Behind The Wheel, Numbers, The Good Doctor, The Fan
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