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The Orange Bowl

RAISING 'CANES

Miami won the national title by snapping Oklahoma's wishbone in a surprisingly one-sided 20-14 victory in the Orange Bowl

By Rick Telander

WHY, OH WHY, DID PAT STAND PAT?

Auburn coach Pat Dye meekly settled for a tie against Syracuse, and the only loser was the Sugar Bowl

By Douglas S. Looney

Arizona

TOP CATS WHO ARE TOUGH CATS

Arizona's Wildcats, wimps no more, beat Duke to win the glamorous and grand Fiesta Bowl Classic

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Houston Oilers

HOW HIGH THE MOON?

Quarterback Warren Moon and the rising Oilers won a rousing AFC wild-card game

By Rick Reilly

THE SAINTS GO MARCHING OUT

A blissful season came to a rude end as the Minnesota Vikings rocked New Orleans

By Paul Zimmerman

MELLOW TIME FOR A MIRACLE MAN

Herb Brooks, the fiery coach of the '80 Olympic hockey champs, is keeping his cool with the lowly North Stars

By Austin Murphy

Barkley

NOW BARKLEY OWNS THE BALL

Charles Barkley, the heir of Dr. J, gives the 76ers a very different sort of leadership

By Jack McCallum

Hialeah

Final Run For Glory

A dispute over racing dates has Florida's storied Hialeah fighting for its very life

By Demmie Stathoplos

Jose Vargas

Darth with a Heart

LSU's Jose Vargas may look—and play—like an evil force, but he's really a lovable softie with a style all his own

By Alexander Wolff

College Basketball

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

By Morin Bishop

Pro Football

THE BEST OF THE BEST

Dr. Z's All-Pro team: the season's top achievers

By Paul Zimmerman

Fuhr

THE PUCK STOPS HERE

Grant Fuhr has been called hockey's premier goalie—and he had better be if Edmonton is to win another Cup

By Ralph Wiley

For The Record

A Roundup of the Weeks Dec. 21-Jan. 3

Compiled by Merrell Noden

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

FOND WISHES FOR 1988

Here's to Seoul and Bo and a more sporting new year

By Ron Fimrite

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Edited by Gay Flood

SCORECARD

Edited by Robert Sullivan