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Sports Illustrated contents page November 16, 1988 Volume 69, No. 22

Point After

PASSING ON A PASSION A dad shares his love for hoops with his daughter the freshman

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Departments

By Donald J. Barr

Sports Illustrated masthead November 16, 1988 Volume 69, No. 22

THE CLASS OF '92 This could be the finest crop of freshmen the game has ever seen

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Class of '92 HEAD OF THE CLASS Billy Owens of Syracuse is the most gifted of the new arrivals, with an all-around game that has a touch of Magic

By William Nack

THE TAKE FROM THE TUBE

By Alexander Wolff

DATING GAME Matchmakers work out team schedules with cunning and care, because balancing W's and dollars is tricky business

By Alexander Wolff

KING REIGNS Stacey King, a regal 6 ft. 10 in. center, is Oklahoma's man when it comes to scoring or speaking

By Hank Hersch

PASSING FANCY The arching jumper, the ripping rebound, the menacing slam are all wonders to behold, but purists say the prettiest basketball picture of all is the perfect pass

ALL-EVERYTHING Michael Smith is talented, studious, reverent and, by BYU's staid standards, a wild and semicrazy guy

By Bruce Newman

OPENING TIPS Ratings and datings, weights and slates, knees and media freeze TUBULAR DATES

OPENING TIPS Ratings and datings, weights and slates, knees and media freeze WEIGHT 'TIL NEXT YEAR

OPENING TIPS Ratings and datings, weights and slates, knees and media freeze ONE-MAN BAND

OPENING TIPS Ratings and datings, weights and slates, knees and media freeze CLOISTERED TEMPLE

OPENING TIPS Ratings and datings, weights and slates, knees and media freeze MEAN SEASONS

By Gordon Wise

OPENING TIPS Ratings and datings, weights and slates, knees and media freeze ON MENDED KNEES

OPENING TIPS Ratings and datings, weights and slates, knees and media freeze A JUCO PRIMER

OPENING TIPS Ratings and datings, weights and slates, knees and media freeze CLASS ACTS

OPENING TIPS Ratings and datings, weights and slates, knees and media freeze LATE-NIGHT LUNACY

Scouting Reports THE TOP 40 Duke's Blue Devils are No. 1, but blue bloods abound--from the blue and gray of Georgetown to the bluegrass of Louisville to the blue collars of Michigan. And the black-and-blue Big East wins the battle for top conference

Scouting Reports 1 DUKE The Blue Devils are a winning act

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Scouting Reports 2 GEORGETOWN Alonzo Mourning awakens a new era for the Hoyas

By Alexander Wolff

Scouting Reports 3 LOUISVILLE The look in Denny Crum's eyes says the Cards are back

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Scouting Reports 4 MICHIGAN Don't worry, coach, your Wolverines are loaded

By Alexander Wolff

Scouting Reports 6 No. CAROLINA

Scouting Reports 5 IOWA

Scouting Reports 8 SYRACUSE

Scouting Reports 7 ILLINOIS

Scouting Reports 10 OKLAHOMA

By Hank Hersch

Scouting Reports 9 UNLV

Scouting Reports 11-20

By Hank Hersch

Scouting Reports 21-40

By William F. Reed

Scouting Reports CONFERENCE CALL Assaying the Big East, the Big Sky and a bevy of not-so-bigs as well

By Alexander Wolff

Scouting Reports BURIED TREASURE

By Jay Jennings

ON THE SPOT For 19 years, Gerry Friel has coached at New Hampshire. He has usually lost, but his players have usually graduated. That was O.K. -- until now

By DOUGLAS S. LOONEY

PLAIN GOOD Division III Nebraska Wesleyan rolls on

By Austin Murphy

A PENNY WHO SHINES Penny Toler of No. 1 Long Beach State has all the right court moves, plus star quality

By Jaime Diaz

THE OLD SOFT SHOE With some fancy footwork, super sneaker salesman Sonny Vaccaro has become a power in college basketball

By Curry Kirkpatrick