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October 22, 1990 Table Of Contents

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AT TIMES, NOT SO NICE GUYS FINISH FIRST

The virulent Dick Williams, one of baseball's winningest managers, speaks his mind

By Ron Fimrite

Yesterday

THIS ZEBRA TURNED DODGER BLUE

Profanity scuttled Tommy Lasorda's career as an NBA ref

By Steve Rushin

49ers-Falcons

BACKBREAKERS

The swarming—and pass-happy—49ers, now 5-0, had a ball in Atlanta

By Paul Zimmerman

THEY KNICKED 'EM

The Knicks upheld the NBA's honor—barely—in the McDonald's Open

By E.M. Swift

Virginia

VIRGINIA HAS IT FOR NOW

Move over, Miami, Notre Dame and Michigan, because Virginia—imagine that—is No. 1

By William F. Reed

On To The Series

THE BUCS STOPPED HERE

The Reds strong-armed the Pirates in six games to win the National League pennant

By Steve Rushin

RX FOR BEATING THE A'S

By Steve Wulf

Bernie Kosar

SURVIVAL TEST

Assaulted and battered by enemy pass rushers, Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar still gets up throwing

By Peter King

The Big East

STORMING INTO THE BIG EAST

The Miami Hurricanes' entrance into the 11-year-old league will be a windfall for both of them

By Douglas S. Looney

College Report

COLLEGE REPORT

By William F. Reed

TROUBLE AT TENNESSEE

By Sally Jenkins

Inside

THE NFL

By Peter King

Buster Douglas

The Fight of His Life

Buster Douglas, the heavyweight champion, has had a harder time dealing with his father, Bill, than with any of his ring opponents

By Gary Smith

Review

A GOLF MAGAZINE FOR VCRs

For links lovers, a medium comes to the fore

By E.M. Swift

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week Oct. 8-14

Compiled by Tim Crothers

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

THE TERRY CLOTH SOLUTION

How to protect athletes' privacy? Let 'em wear robes

By Sally Jenkins

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