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Television

NICE AND EASY DOES IT ON 'THE NFL TODAY'

Self-effacing Greg Gumbel brings a new style to CBS's revamped football show

By Merrell Noden

Houston-Texas

TEXAS HOOKS SOME RESPECT

The resurgent Longhorns grounded Houston's aerial attack and took a giant step toward the Cotton Bowl

By Austin Murphy

College Basketball Preview '90-91

THE HAVES STILL HAVE IT

A BILLION-DOLLAR WINDFALL FROM CBS IS ONLY GOING TO MAKE THE MAJOR POWERS MORE DOMINANT. HERE'S WHAT THE NCAA COULD HAVE DONE WITH ALL THAT LOOT

By Alexander Wolff

BACKYARD BONANZA

STEVE SMITH VAULTED INTO THE BIG TIME

By Phil Taylor

GOING IN STYLE

UNLV'S STACEY AUGMON (LEFT) AND LARRY JOHNSON ARE THE SHARPEST TANDEM IN THE LAND

By Curry Kirkpatrick

NATIVE SON

HOOSIER DAMON BAILEY IS A HOOSIER AT LAST

By Alexander Wolff

CLASSROOM COACHES

ACADEMIC ADVISERS ARE IN THE TEAM PICTURE

By Bruce Newman

THE RACE TO INDY

WITH NO. 1 ARKANSAS ON THE POLE, THE TOP 20 IS REVVED UP AND READY TO GO. GENTLEMEN....

By Alexander Wolff

MAY-DAY! MAY-DAY!

By Hank Hersch

BIG EIGHT

By Michael Jaffe

PAC-10

By Shelley Smith

ACC

By William F. Reed

SEC

By Michael Jaffe

BIG EAST

By Hank Hersch

METRO

By William F. Reed

SWC

By Phil Taylor

BIG TEN

By Hank Hersch

NOTES

By Phil Taylor

DIVISION II

By William F. Reed

NAIA

By Michael Jaffe

DIVISION III

By Hank Hersch

A BLAZING DAWN

DAWN STALEY, ALL 5'5" OF HER, LIFTS VIRGINIA TO BOLD NEW HEIGHTS

By Douglas S. Looney

WOMEN

By Michael Jaffe

BIGHOUSE

WHEN CLARENCE (BIGHOUSE) GAINES ARRIVED AT WINSTON-SALEM STATE IN 1945, HE DIDN'T PLAN TO STAY LONG. FORTY-FIVE YEARS AND 806 VICTORIES LATER, HE'S STILL THERE

By Ralph Wiley

College Report

COLLEGE REPORT

By William F. Reed

Inside

THE NFL

By Peter King

Update

PHYSICS AND FOOTBALL WERE HIS FORTES

Blaine Nye was always a standout student

By Dave Noland

Focus

THOSE TWIN TERRORS OF TRIATHLON

Barbara Alvarez and Angelika Castañeda are age-group phenomena

By Richard Hoffer

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week Nov. 5-11

Compiled by Amy Nutt

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

THROW IN THE TOWEL, TARK

It's time for UNLV's Jerry Tarkanian to step aside

By Curry Kirkpatrick

Departments

FROM THE EDITOR

By John Papanek

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Merrell Noden

MIAMI HEAT

The 8-1 Dolphins have burned opponents in six straight games thanks to a fired-up defense that ranks first in the NFL

By Peter King

ALOHA TO ALL THAT

A late-season luau in Hawaii was occasion to take stock of a strange year in golf

By Rick Reilly