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November 16, 1987 Table Of Contents

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Not So Big Eight

THE NOT-SO BIG EIGHT

Oklahoma and Nebraska achieved their lofty rankings at the expense of a conference that is fast becoming a bad joke

By Douglas S. Looney

EDGY FROM LACK OF COFFEY

With star defenseman Paul Coffey on the sidelines in a contract dispute, the Edmonton Oilers are off to a so-so start

By Austin Murphy

Chicago Bears

MIRACLES OF THE MIDWAY

Since his return Jim McMahon has rallied the Bears to three straight dramatic wins

By Paul Zimmerman

Bill Russell

THE KING AT HIS NEW COURT

After a 10-year absence from the NBA, Bill Russell hopes to instill his winning tradition as the coach in Sacramento

By Jack McCallum

ANOTHER RETURN ENGAGEMENT

By Jack McCallum

Smith And Snow

Growing Up Fast

Hopes were high for Florida's Emmitt Smith and Ohio State's Carlos Snow. One has run to daylight, the other hasn't shone

By Rick Telander

Matthew Hilton

Fighting Is In His Blood

IBF junior middleweight champ Matthew Hilton has earned the acclaim his rough-and-tumble father never had

By William Nack

Television

SLAP CRACKLES AND POPS

Dabney Coleman is a hit in 'The Slap Maxwell Story'

By Jack McCallum

Hockey

HE'S NOT A STOOGE ON THE ICE

But Walt Poddubny, the Rangers' leading scorer, is, nyuk, nyuk, a Stoogephile

By Franz Lidz

College Football

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

By Robert Sullivan

Spotlight

A FIGHTER WHO WILL BE HEARD FROM

David Davis is deaf, but his message in the ring comes through loud and clear

By Kevin Cook

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week Nov. 2-8

Compiled by Merrell Noden

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

ON TO THE WHITE HOUSE

A result of nays on stadiums: President Bill Bradley

By Craig Neff

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

Letters

Edited by Gay Flood

SCORECARD

Edited by Steve Wulf