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Super Bowl

Pittsburgh Punches It Out

Pressuring the Vikings with a vigorous attack and an overwhelming defense, the Steelers bulled their way to sweet victory in the Super Bowl

By Dan Jenkins

GOOD GRIEF, HE'S AT IT AGAIN

Johnny Miller got off to another sizzling start, winning the Phoenix Open by a whopping 14 strokes and giving everyone the impression that he may leave nothing but peanuts for the rest of the pros

By Barry McDermott

Far From Barren

RUPP'S OLD FIEF IS FAR FROM BARREN

After trying to get out of The Baron's shadow for two seasons, Kentucky Coach Joe B. Hall has his 'Cats running

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Alligators

GETTING SWAMPED BY 'GATORS

Now protected as an endangered species, the big reptiles are multiplying so fast in Louisiana and Florida that people and pets may soon be screaming for a little protection of their own

By Edwin Shrake

Hero with a Flaw: Part 2

Out of the Sun, Into the Shadows

On the tennis court Big Bill Tilden was a winner, the best player of his time and perhaps of all time, but in the end he was in disgrace—a lonely loser

By Frank Deford

TV/Radio

BOWLING OVER ITS RIVALS

By William Leggett

College Basketball

One very stormy Sellers

Does-it-all Phil has blitzed opponents, refs and even teammates with criticism while leading surprising Rutgers in scoring and acting

By Jerry Kirshenbaum

THE WEEK

By Herman Weiskopf

Hunting

Pennsylvania big shot

Herb Miller, the "best" deerslayer in the state, takes the long view

By Dan Levin

Pro Basketball

No slowdown in Detroit

The Pistons have the lead in the NBA's toughest division but they can't afford a recession with the Bulls, Kings and Bucks right behind

By Pat Putnam

Hockey

These Seals refuse to play dead

The NHL's orphan team is getting so frisky it might find an owner

By Mark Mulvoy

A Mad Streak

EVERY MAN HAS A MAD STREAK

Switzerland's Cresta Run is a dangerous toy for a band of daredevils who shoot its icy course, chase each event with buckets of champagne and cheerily note that

By William O. Johnson

For The Record

A roundup of the week Jan. 6-12

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER

Edited by Gay Flood

Departments

SCORECARD

Edited by Andrew Crichton

CREDITS

FACES IN THE CROWD