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March 20, 1989 Table Of Contents

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From The Editor-In-Chief

FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

By Jason McManus

The ACC

HEELING PROCESS

The ACC tournament was a series of routs until North Carolina won its grudge match with Duke in the final

By John Feinstein

The Big Eight

TEAM TURMOIL TRIUMPHS

Transcending a troubled season, Missouri beat Oklahoma to win the Big Eight tournament

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Dallas Cowboys

Big Changes in Big D

New coach Jimmy Johnson's game plan calls for a different brand of Cowboy football

By Paul Zimmerman

Boxing

YOU'RE NEXT, TYSON

Evander Holyfield KO'd Michael Dokes and earned a title bout with the champ

By Pat Putnam

FAT CITY FOR RUSTY PUGS

In yet another lucrative fight for over-the-hill guys, Macho Camacho narrowly beat Boom Boom Mancini

By William Nack

Yzerman

NO. 3 WITH A BULLET

Motown's Steve Yzerman, the NHL's third-brightest star, could climb even higher on the charts

By Austin Murphy

Rookie Pitchers

Not Just a Tall Tale

Montreal's 6'10" Randy Johnson, the loftiest major leaguer ever, is the giant of 1989's stellar class of rookie pitchers

By Hank Hersch

Foul Shooting

Failure Most Foul

Cleveland's Chris Dudley and Denver's Jerome Lane are the latest on a long list of NBA bricklayers from the foul line

By Jack McCallum

Tim Krumrie

Broken But Unbowed

Since he shattered his leg in the Super Bowl, Tim Krumrie has survived a nightmare

By Jill Lieber

College Basketball

TWO CENTERS OF ATTENTION

Big East champ Georgetown is doubly blessed in the pivot

By Alexander Wolff

LIMBERING UP FOR THE NCAA BALL

Arkansas, Alabama and Illinois waltzed to wins against conference rivals

By William F. Reed

Robbie Davis

THE LONGEST RIDE

In October, Mike Venezia was killed when he fell from a horse at Belmont Park, but fellow jockey Robbie Davis, whose colt trampled Venezia, was a victim too

By William Nack

Wrestling

A BRUISING AND BRAINY TWOSOME

The two leadoff wrestlers for Penn State may be small, but they're no lightweights

By Shannon Brownlee

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week March 6-12

Compiled by Sally Guard

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

THE NCAAS FROM A TO Z

This national tourney requires abecedarian analysis

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Departments

Letters

Edited by Gay Flood

SCORECARD

Edited by Craig Neff