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HOW TO CHANGE COURTS IN WORLD-RECORD TIME

By Kent Hannon

The Super Bowl

ONE SUPER SHOW!

Nattiel's 56-yard TD catch put Washington in a 7–0 hole ... now down 10–0, the Skins nearly fumbled away a kick ... and soon after, Williams went down—and out ... but then Sanders broke the big play ... and the rout was on!

By Paul Zimmerman

TOO COOL IN DEFEAT?

By Jill Lieber

24 Hours Of Daytona

THE CAT WINS A DOGFIGHT

In the 24 Hours of Daytona, a Jag 'Tom Cat' whipped the mighty Porsches

By Sam Moses

The West

BIG UPRISING IN THE WEST

Let the lofty East take notice: There's a whole lot of shaking going on out yonder

By Alexander Wolff

STORMIN' MORMONS

By Alexander Wolf

Yzerman

Red Wing On a Roll

In Detroit all eyes are on Steve Yzerman, the high-scoring young captain of the Norris Division's outstanding team

By Austin Murphy

NBA Fights

Disorder on the Court

The NBA may put a third referee on the floor if large fines and player suspensions don't discourage players from fighting

By Jack McCallum

Swimming

WITH HIS TRUNKS ON TONIGHT...

...Shaun Jordan, unwitting skinny-dipper earlier, starred as Texas won a showy meet

By Craig Neff

College Basketball

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

By Morin Bishop

Baseball

NOW THE DIVORCE IS FINAL

Kirk Gibson, free again, left Detroit for a richer life in L.A.

By Peter Gammons

Superstition

GREEN CARS, BLACK CATS and LADY LUCK

There's no end to the crazy things athletes will—or won't—do to charm Dame Fortune

By Jack McCallum

First Person

FOOTBALL, AS WATCHED BY THE JAPANESE

By Michael Shapiro

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week Jan. 25-31

Compiled by Amy Lennard

Point After

ANOTHER FREEDOM ISSUE

Pitt's Craig Heyward wants to turn pro. Why stop him?

By Rick Telander

Departments

Letters

Edited by Gay Flood

SCORECARD

AT THE SUPER BOWL

Edited by Steve Wulf