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NFL Playoffs

HIGH AND MIGHTY

Denver survived a Cleveland rally to win a return trip to the Super Bowl

By Rick Reilly

WINNING UGLY

The Redskins dug deep to beat the Vikings for the NFC title

By Paul Zimmerman

BIG BEN STRIKES TWICE

Ben Johnson flew 2,800 miles to win twice in two days and set a world best

By Craig Neff

SCORING IN HIGHEST STYLE

Bradley's Hersey Hawkins, the nation's top scorer, has raised his game in grand fashion

By Alexander Wolff

THIS NEW FLAME IS FIERY HOT

High-scoring Calgary center Joe Nieuwendyk has put a clamp on the NHL's rookie-of-the-year award

By Austin Murphy

BROADCAST NEWS

Nah-nah-nah-nah-na-nah, CBS and NBC are feuding

By William Taaffe

Tomba

La Bomba's A Real Blast

Italy's Alberto Tomba, 21, has exploded onto the World Cup ski scene. Now he has his sights set on the Calgary Games

By Bruce Newman

Maine Hockey

Bullish on The Bears

Stirring a state whose teams are unaccustomed to such lofty heights, Maine is No. 1 in all college hockey

By Morin Bishop

Fat Lever

Fat Is Lean And Tough

Lafayette (Fat) Lever may finally get the NBA All-Star recognition he deserves

By Hank Hersch

Golf

HURRAY FOR WHATSISNAME

Steve Pate shone in a starless field at a rain-shortened TOC

By Jaime Diaz

College Basketball

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

By Morin Bishop

A CHIRP OFF THE OLD BLOCK

By Alexander Wolff

Luge

SOMETIMES YOU JUST CAN'T LUGE

A new selection process saved the day for sliders at the U.S. Olympic trials

By Robert Sullivan

Frank Deford Goes Bowling

FRANK DEFORD GOES BOWLING

By Frank Deford

Perspective

NO ONE FORGETS 1 AND 13

There's a story behind this NFL official's number

By Michael Brody

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week Jan. 11-17

Compiled by Merrell Noden

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

THE DISGRACE OF LASIX

Alysheba: Horse of the Year or Druggie of the Year?

By William Nack

Departments

Letters

Edited by Gay Flood

SCORECARD

Edited by Sarah Ballard