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A TIER WHO BINDS IN THE ANGLING WORLD

A Pennsylvania enthusiast combines his dual passions for fishing and for books

By Robert H. Boyle

Reminiscence

IT'S STILL THE STUFF OF DREAMS

Age has diminished the author's dunk, but not his desire

By Greg Donaldson

NFL Playoffs

SKINNED

Washington flayed Philadelphia in an NFC wild-card game by holding Randall Cunningham in check

By Paul Zimmerman

WELL, LOOK WHO'S BACK

Dan Marino-led Miami, AWOL from the playoffs for four years, edged Kansas City

By Rick Reilly

CINCY WAS A CINCH

By Peter King

THUMBS UP IN CHICAGO

The Bears satisfied their fans by stifling the New Orleans Saints

By Rick Telander

Ohio State

THE 'EYES HAVE IT

Off to a 12-0 start, Ohio State has fans dreaming of the Buckeyes' glory days of yore

By William F. Reed

CLIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK

A called-back Orange Bowl TD was an apt end to a strange college football season

By Austin Murphy

SPLISH, SPLASH, SPLAT!

Lofty performances, and a costly blunder, marked the start of the worlds

By Merrell Noden

Tom Kite

A HIGH-FLYING KITE

Tom Kite and his cross-handed putting stroke won the Tournament of Champions

By John Garrity

Ricky Pierce

Sixth SENSE

Ricky Pierce, the super sub of the NBA, has got Milwaukee on the move

By Hank Hersch

Inside

THE NBA

By Jack McCallum

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

By Phil Taylor

Snow Blind

SNOW BLIND

Helicopter skiers expect virgin powder, endless runs and dramatic mountain scenery. What they seldom anticipate are blizzards and the risk of death

By E.M. Swift

Sideline

HE'S BLESSED WITH A CERTAIN DEADLY CHARM

Fans of the Toxic Avenger will agree that the NFL's loss is B movies' gain

By Franz Lidz

For The Record

A Roundup of the Weeks Dec. 24-Jan. 6

Compiled by Amy Nutt

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

YOU AREN'T MY SUNSHINE

Baseball should forget about expanding to Fla.

By Steve Wulf

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Edited by Steve Wulf