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January
8
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Craig Erickson
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Miami Is The One (Miami routs Alabama to win the National Championship), High School Confidential (High School basketball powers with tournaments and national TV), Steelers of Tough Mettle (Pittsburgh wins the AFC Wild Card game with a 50-yard field goal), In Another Zone (The L.A. Rams beat the Philadelphia Eagles), Daddy Dearest (Chris Chelios of Montreal is now a daddy), Wild and Crazy Hombres (Baseball's numerous Perez Brothers), The Record Company (Records in sports, some broken all the time, others maybe never)
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January
15
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Jerry Rice
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NFL Playoffs - The 49ers overwhelm the Vikings, the Rams streak past the Giants, the Browns slip past the Bills in the final moments and Denver comes back to beat Pittsburgh; Red-Faced Reds (Russian hockey players are not faring well in the NHL this year), Rip City Returns...with a Bang (Buck Williams has changed the Blazers into a contender), Brave New World (The Tournament of Champions has changed the golf season), Takin' The Train (Lionel (L-Train) Simmons leads La Salle to the top of the Philadelphia Big Five), Fists Full of Dollars (HBO and Seth Abraham are at the top of boxing)
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January
22
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John Elway
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NFL Playoffs (Denver Broncos beat the Brown to advance to the Super Bowl again and the 49ers beat up on the Rams), The Big Man Gets Bigger (Patrick Ewing and his Knicks), Oh La La! (Pat LaFontaine and the Islanders), Showdown! (College freshmen Kenny Anderson of Georgia Tech and Bobby Hurley of Duke), Unbearable Burden (Bill Curry leaves Alabama and the shadow of Bear Bryant), The Steel Age (How the Steelers changed the NFL)
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January
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David Robinson
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Contents - Hands On (Rookie David Robinson of the Spurs is turning heads in the NBA with his quickness and strength.), Now The Fat's In the Fire (Hefty George Foreman moved closer to a fight with Mike Tyson by knocking out Gerry Cooney.), Ready for Bear (The Bruins are No. 1 in the NHL and displaying a newfound hunger for the Stanley Cup.), Booted Out From Down Under (When John McEnroe began acting like his old self, the Australian Open disqualified him.), Bold, Those Tigers (No. 4 Missouri knocked off college basketball's top team, Kansas, in a renewal of their border war.), Ol' Man Rivers (At 41, Mickey Rivers is as rickety as the league he plays in, but in his inimitable way, he keeps rolling along.) Super Bowl Preview (John Elway vs. Joe Montana: the puncher vs. the boxer.) (Bronco defensive whiz Wade Phillips is from solid stock.) (The Fab 5: They've played in all four 49er Super Bowls.) Departments - Letters, Scorecard, College Basketball, For The Record, Point After
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February
19
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Mike Tyson
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The Fight (In perhaps the biggest upset in boxing history, Buster Douglas came off the canvas to KO Mike Tyson.),(Buster Douglas had to overcome a lot of adversity, including a doubting dad, en route to his title.), She Was Truckin' (California schoolgirl Lisa Leslie scored 101 points in the first half, and then the opposition went home.)), The Pot's Aboil (What's cookin' in the Big Ten basketball race? So far, Purdue's Boilermakers have had the most fire.), We're Notre Dame - You're Not (The Irish took advantage of their clout in college football to cut a huge network TV deal just for themselves.), Mind on the Mat (Arizona St's Dan St. John, who is the best wrestler in college, excells at the physics of getting physical.), Farewell, My Lovely (The good ol' all-purpose sneaker is obsolete in a world of hyped-up, high-tech, high-priced athletic shoes.>
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February
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Buster Douglas
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Hey, Champ (New heavyweight boxing champ Buster Douglas), Chicken Bone Alley (Derrike Cope wins the Daytona 500), Only Mortal After All? (Is Wayne Gretzky slowing down), Suffering + Sacrifice = ? (Temple Guard Mark Macon), Hold On, Lou.. (Andre Hastings keeps Lou Holtz and other coaches waiting), The Hawks are Hurtin' (Injuries and team chemistry are not helping), Sharp as Ever (Carlton Fisk as a White Sox catcher is still better than most), Sons of the Wind (Runners from Africa)
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March
5
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Gary Payton
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No Way, U.S.A. (The World Cup bound American team got a taste of big-time soccer in a humbling loss to the Soviets.), And Away We Go... (The 76ers remainded in contention for the Atlantic Division title despite five tough road games.), Here's One Cold War (Now that it has learned to win without Wayne Gretzky, Edmonton hopes to make rival Calgary bite the ice.), Opening Day Endangered (Baseball's labor negotiations, plagued by the owners' ill-conceived plans, now threaten to delay the season.), 'Gary Talks it, Gary Walks it' (Oregon State's Gary Payton, a loose-jawed city kid, has quietly become college basketall's top player.), Small Wonder (With a new TV contract, 108-pound Michael Carbajal is earing respect in the U.S. for boxing's little guys.), Whoa, Canads (The province of Quebec has culture and Gailic charm. So why don't many pro athletes want to play there?), The Slide Stops Here (With nowhere to go but up, the U.S. Alpine ski team is banking on a new generation to lead it on an ascent.) A Lesson in Survival (From wretched seprivation to high school basketball Coach of the Year, the rise of Ben Kelso.)
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March
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Oakland manager Tony La Russa
Death on the Court (Hank Gathers), 'A Real Spiritual Game' (L.A. and Edmonton set a penalties record), On Top and Holding (Detroit Pistons), Waiting For His Chance (Baseball players like Britt Burns who are in Lockout Limbo), The Wolfpack at Bay (N. C. State coach Jim Vomvano prepares to step down after point-shaving charges), Child's Play (Golfer Paul Azinger), The Yugos are Coming (Basketball in Yugoslavia), A Head For The Game (Oakland Manager Tony La Russa)
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March
26
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"Bo Kimble and Loyola Marymount with Two in memory of Hank Gathers"
The Brink (Meldrick Taylor ko'd by Julio Cesar Chavez), Reaching for the Stars (Loyola Marymount routs Michigan in NCAAs), Another Big Splash (Swimmer Janet Evans and the NCAAs), His Name is Mudd (Jodie Mudd wins the Players Championship), Yabba-Dabba-Doo! (Chris Berman and cable TV sports), Major Minors (Sports dynasties still exist in college), A Bridge To Long Ago (Czech runner Emil Zatopek)
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April
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On to the Final Four (Four articles on the four Regional Games - Georgia Tech beats Michigan State and Minnesota, Duke beats Connecticut, UNLV beats Loyola Marymount and Arkansas beats Texas), Andre the Giant (Andre Agassi wins again in tennis), Three-Week Wonders (Shortened Spring Training for Baseball), Cowboys of Crunch (Oklahoma State wins at wrestling), Square Peg, Round Hole (Basketball's Reggie Williams), Catching a Wave (Swimmer Mike Barrowman), The 12th (August National's par-3 hole)
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April
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UNLV
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Contents - The Final Four (UNLV routed Duke in the championship game to win the NCAA basketball crown for the first time.), Long Live The King (In his debut on the Senior Tour, Jack Nicklaus rediscovered the swing that once ruled golf.), Rooklies From A to Z (Sandy Alomar, Jr. and Todd Zeile, stars of '90, aren't the only rookies who are blossoming this spring.), The Cardinal Rules (Led by MVP guard Jennifer Azzi, Stanford flew past Auburn to win the NCAA woman's basketball title.), The Kid's A Keeper (Get ready, Europe. Here's Tony Meola, the goalie who promises to be the U.S.'s first world-class soccer star.), America's Team (Foreign models may rule singles tennis, but the U.S.'s Rick Leach and Jim Pugh are tops in doubles.), The Trials Of The Temps (The existence of the NBA 10-day player is bittersweet, to be sure. Here today, gone tomorrow.), Doomed To Die? (Lou Jost studies the rain forest of Central America from the top down - and fights for their survival.)
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April
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Ted Williams
True Brit (Nick Faldo wins the Masters), Baseball 1990 - The game of 1950 as compared to 1990, The Bullpens, Life and lunacy in the Bullpens, Ruben Sierra, Dave Righetti, Joe Carter, Dickie Thon, Baseball's first free agents
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April
23
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Tomas Sandstrom
Shocker! (The Kings upset the Flames). 'Money Can't Buy Me Love' (The Kansas City Royals), Oh La La, Steffi (Steffi Graf), Major Player (Gary Player wins the PGA Seniors), La Dolce Victory (Gelindo Bordin wins Boston Marathon), Ho-Hum Nunn (Michael Nunn beats Marlon Starling), Drop in the Bucket (Shawn Bradley), The Genius at Work (Bill Walsh), A New Dawn (Boardsailing escape from Cuba), Mister Clutch, Master Builder (Jerry West)
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April
30
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Jeff George
Red Hot The Reds with Lou Pinella as manager), Fight Night at the Palace (Fights between Pistons and 76ers), Back on Track (Chattanooga choo-cho), Wood Memorial Roulette (Horse racing), Save The Goalies (Hockey), More Grief For Jackson State (Three players die in a car crash), NFL Draft
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May
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Ken Griffey, Jr.
Boston's Wild Weekend (Bruins, Celtics and Red Sox), Easy Doesn't Do It (Thomas Hearns defeats Michael Olajide), Blues For The Jazz (Utah plays the Suns), Druce On The Loose (NHL playoffs), Bringing Up Junior (Ken Griffey Jr.), Out Of Their League (Penn State having trouble getting into the Big Ten), Too Much, Too Young (Tennis player Mary Pierce), Glove Story (Baseball gloves)
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May
21
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NBA Playoffs (Chicago Bulls beating the 76ers and Phoenix Suns doing the same to the Lakers), Just Like Old Times (Pittsburgh Pirates off to their best start in 13 years), Lesson From a Pro (Cycling in the Tour de Whozit), The Confusion of Diffusion (Rule changes in the Indy 500), Hands On (NHL Hockey with Craig Janney of the Boston Bruins), How Long Can It Last (St. Louis pitcher John Tudor), All The King's Men (Don King works on putting Mike Tyson's career together), The Most Powerful Man in Sports (Mark McCormack of IMG)
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May
28
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Will Clark
Help! (What goalie Andy Moog didn't get against Edmonton), Warning! Squall Approaching (Preakness), A South Side Revival (White Sox), NBA Playoffs (Two articles), Designs on Indy (Indy 500), The Last Loud Roar (Anthony Sherrod of Georgia Tech), Will Power (Will Clark)
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June
18
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Monica Seles, Jack Nicklaus and George Steinbrenner
Grunt, Squeak, Victory! (The French Open), A Big Jack Attack (Nicklaus wins the Senior TPC), The Villain Was a Hero (Pistons take a 2-1 lead over the Trailblazers), On To Dawg Mahal (College World Series), Pluck of the irish (The Belmont won by Go And Go), World Cup (Two articles), The Boss Strikes Again (Steinbrenner fires Bucky Dent), Grandest Tiger (Clemson golfer Chris Patton), A Monumental Streak (Cal Ripken Jr.)
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June
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Golfer Hale Irwin
Contents - The U.S. Open (A par on the final regulation hole and a birdie putt on the 19th playoff hole gave Hale Irwin a third title), Drooping Around The Ankles (A four-game series against the division-leading Athletics left the surprising White Sox sagging), Thorns In The Roses (Detroit repeated as NBA champion, but the headlines weren't all favorable for playoff MVP Isiah Thomas), Punch And Duty (History is well served as heavyweight KO artists Mike Tyson and George Foreman connect in Las Vegas), Defeat Can Be Sweet (The U.S. Soccer team got a big lift from a face-saving 1-0 World Cup loss to the powerful host, Italy), Brit Grit (Peter Elliott, a blue-collar bloke, may be in a class all his own when it comes to running the mile and the 1,500), 30/30 Vision (The Pittsburgh Pirates' emerging outfield star, Barry Bonds, perceives those numbers coming up soon), Cleanup Hitters (By sweeping up the TV sports market, Neal Pilson and his boss, Laurence Tisch, could make CBS a big winner) Departments - Letters, Scorecard, Track & Field, Baseball, Rowing, For The Record, Point After
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July
16
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Martina Navratilova
Nine's So Fine (Martina wins ninth at Wimbledom), Winning Ugly in Rome (West Germany beats Argentina in World Cup), Baseball at Midseason, The Golf Boom - How I Beat The Veep (Beating Dan Quayle), Playing God (Course architects), Mea Culpa (PGA has grown too big), Keeper of the Flame (St. Andrews)
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July
23
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"Miracle - America's rediscovery of the simple joys of minor league baseball has set off a boom in the bushes"
Mile High (Joe Falcon wins mile at Oslo), Joyless Open (Betsy King wins Women's Open), Rapid Bobbin' (Willie Gault joins Edwin Moses and Herschel Walker in trying out for the U.S. Bobsled team). Down on the Farm - Seven articles
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July
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Greg LeMond
Triumph (Tour de France), Sad Ending For a Hero (Pete Rose sentanced to jail), A Man On The Spot (A transcript of a hearing about George Steinbrenner), King of Clubs (Nick Faldo wins British Open), The Goodwill Games
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August
13
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"Autograph Madness"
As Big As All Texas (Nolan Ryan wins No. 300), New Kids on the Blocks (Long course swimmers), Close But No Cigar (Boston Celtics problems), But It Didn't Play in Peoria (Goodwill Games), Back Off! (Autograph seekers), Can The Broncos Snap Out Of It (Denver Broncos), The Gates Open (Shoal Creek golf club lets in a black member), Moon Man (Pitcher Steve Lyons), The Ultimate Winner (Joe Montana)
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August
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Jose Canseco
Grade A (Wayne Grady wins PGA tournament), Vroooom With A View (Ricky Rudd wins open-wheel race), This Race is a Kick (Reds hold off Giants), Eine Kleine NFLMUSIK (NFL in Europe), Whaddaya Say, Jose (Jose Canseco), Flutie's B.C. Connection (Doug Flutie plays in the CFL), Hey, Hey, Hey, Goodbye (Comiskey Park)
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September
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Rick Mirer
It Ain't Over Til It's Over (Baseball division races where the leaders are losing), Glory in Purgatory (World Mountain Bike Championships), College Football (Three articles on games of interest), Flirting with 50 (Cecil Fielder may hit 50 homers), Why, George (George Allen), Triumph of the Spirit (Roy Campanella)
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October
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Bobby Bonilla
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Seven Days in September (Pirates and Mets chase the NL East title and legacies of folding by the Red Sox and the Blue Jays), Not a Viennese Waltz (Michael Chang and the U.S. beat Austria in the Davis Cup), Home, Sweet Home (The Raiders are playing well in the new home of Los Angeles), The Edge of Rage (The Reds are in first place under their explosive manager, Lou Piniella), Hard Man, Soft Heart (Notre Dame's noseguard Chris Zorich), Man of Steal (Rickey Henderson races for the career stolen base record)
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October
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Burt Grossman
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Cover - College Football (Miama staked a strong new claim to the No. 1 ranking by pounding previously unbeaten Florida State.), (Notre Dame, which was atop the polls, fell in South Bend to a Stanford team that refused to be cowed.) The Baseball Playoffs (In the National League, the Reds and Pirates showed themselves to be reflections of each other.), (In the American League, the A's proved their "one helluva team" in going up 2-0 over the Red Sox.) Curtain Call (Bengal coach Sam Wyche tested the NFL's equal-access rule for women reporters - and paid for it.) Fillies in Fine Fettle (The distaffers shone during an action-packed weekend of topflight horse racing at Belmont Park.) World Series (October's bold strokes.) Thirtysomething...And Happy (In her 12th year on the LPGA tour, Beth Daniel is measuring up to early expectations, even her own.) A Burt's Eye View (Believe him or not, Burt Grossman, star defensive lineman of the San Diego Chargers, talks a blue streak.) In Shock Over Shells (The prolific zebra mussel his invaded the Great Lakes and could overwhelm North America's waters.) Nowhere To Hide (Big game, big crowd, big boneheaded error - those are the makings of the worst nightmare in sports.)
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November
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Bill Laimbeer
Contents - Requiem At Belmont (On a calamitous Breeder's Cup day, Go for Wand snapped a foreleg in a race and had to be destroyed), The Big Moon Launch (All systems are go for quarterback Warren Moon in the Houston Oiler's run-and-shoot offense), Busted (Evander Holyfield won the heavyweight championship by knocking out a plodding Buster Douglas) NBA Preview - 1990-91 - Palace Coup (Out in suburbia the Detroit Pistons have it all - titles and affluence - but there's bitterness downtown), Masters Of The Game (Contrary to popular belief, the finest basketball coaches are seen on NBA sidelines, not on those of the NCAA), Portland Is Best (Western teams have traded their way up, and none of them has gone higher than Portland's Trail Blazers), Sam The Man (Now that he is a member of the Los Angeles Lakers, it's showtime for Mr. Low Profile, Sam Perkins), How To Call 'Em Like A Pro (The author, a leading professional basketball referee for 33 years, reveals when no call is a good call), Vintage Whine (Bad Bill Laimbeer of the Pistons is the NBA's consummate actor and psyche artist; he's also a top player) Departments - Letters, Scorecard, College Football, Pro Football, For The Record, Point After
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November
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Stacey Augmon & Larry Johnson
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Miami Heat (The Dolphins suprisingly top-rated defense prevails again), Aloha to All That (A luau in Hawaii was occasion to assess an odd year in golf), Texas Hooks Some Respect (Longhorns beat Houston), College Basketball 1990-91 The Haves Still Have It (TV money), Backyard Bonanza (Steve Smith), Going in Style (Augmon and Johnson), Native Son (Damon Bailey), Classroom Coaches (Academic advisors for athletes are clearly in the picture), The Race to Indy (Arkansas has earned the pole position in the 1990-94 Top 20), Best of the Rest (How the conferences, small colleges and women's teams rate), Bighouse (Clarence (Bighouse) Gaines has 806 vistories and counting)
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November
19
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Stacey Augmon and Larry Johnson
Miami Heat (Dolphins), Aloha to All That (Golf), Texas Hooks Some Respect (Longhorns beat Houston), College Basketball 1990-91 The Haves Still Have It (TV money), Backyard Bonanza (Steve Smith), Going in Style (Augmon and Johnson), Native Son (Damon Bailey), Classroom Coaches (Academic advisors), The Race to Indy (Top 20), Bighouse (Clarence (Bighouse) Gaines)
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November
26
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"One Wacky Season - Notre Dame: The Latest No. 1 To Fall"
Fast Break To Nowhere (Denver Nuggets), Buffalo Stampede (Buffalo Bills), True Grit (Monica Seles), The Mighty Keep Falling (College football), Blue Heaven (St. Louis Blues), A Man Named Moe (Illinois noseguard Moe Gardner), Busman's Holiday (John Madden), One Moment of Madness (Roger Clemens)
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December
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Magic Johnson
The Party's Over (Two articles about NFL playoff games), Jump Start (Portland Trail Blazers), Super Savers (N.Y. Ranger goalies), Wild 'Cats (Arizona wins NIT), All In The Family (Tennis sisters the Maleevas), Magic's Kingdom (The businesses of Magic Johnson)
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December
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Michael Jordan
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Fire and Fury (Mike Tyson knocks out Alex Stewart), More Than a Win (Allegheny College wins the Division III football title), Helping Hands (The Chicage Bulls are still trying to ease Michael Jordan's load), What Price Success (Baseball's winter meeting), Carolina Kids (The Tar Heels freshmen basketball players), A Tall Story (Manute Bol), Prima Donna (Texas women's athletic director Donna Lopiano), It's Showtime (Andre Rison of the Falcons), Light in the Darkness (Saving the animals in Zambia)
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December
24
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Joe Montana
Contents - Rough Stuff (In a battle of AFC and NFC powers, the Buffalo Bills popped the New York Giants 17-13, but both teams paid), Mallets Aforethought (The world's leading polo players hammered in 15 goals during a ballyhooed Match of the Century in California), Cool Hand Luc (The line on laid-back Lobo Long Luc Longley is: He looks legit - although, sometimes he plays like, well, L), What Price Glory? (Lusting for success on the gridiron, Mississippi State brought in Jackie Sherrill, a coach with a tainted past), Punching For A Real Payday (Hard-hitting Michael Moorer won again and eyed a more profitable bout with WBA champ Virgil Hill), Whoopee Ty Yay (At age 21, Ty Murphy, a rare triple-threat in the rough-stock events, is the best dang rodeo cowboy of 'em all), Coming Home (Jimmy Carson was born to play for the Red Wings, and now he is getting his chance to do exactly that) Sportsman Of The Year - An American Dream (What kid anyplace in the U.S. doesn't want to grow up to be the San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana?) Departments - Letters, Scorecard, College Basketball, Pro Football, Volleyball, Television, Chess, For The Record, Point After
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December
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Joe Montana
Rough Stuff (NFL playoffs), Mallets Aforethough (Polo), Cool Hand Luc (College basketball player Luc Longley), What Price Glory (Jackie Sherrill goes to Mississippi State), Punching For A Real Payday (Boxer Michael Moorer), Whoopee Ty Yay (Rodeo star Ty Murray), Coming Home (Jimmy Carson goes to the Red Wings)
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December 31 -
January 7
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Back In The Running (Dallas Cowboys have turned themselves around), A Stack of Bills (Dr. Z's All-Pro Team has a lot of Buffalo players), Seeing The Light (U. of Colorado coach Bill McCartney needs faith), Coming Up Dry in the Desert (Princeton goes to UNLV to lose), 1990 - A Look Back (Month by Month look at the year), Pictures of 1990, City of the Year: Cincinnati (World Series title was only part of the good year), Tale of a Pup (The author's 11-year old Lab teaches a young pup)
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