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January 28, 1991 Table Of Contents

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Spotlight

HE THROWS FREE THROWS BY THE SCORE

Floridian Ted St. Martin has parlayed an astonishing talent into a unique career

By Wilton Barnhardt

Business

AGENT 007 WOULD BE IMPRESSED

Beretta's Rinascimento series is gunsmithing at its finest

By Robert H. Boyle

On The Scene

WHAT IS A MATADOR SQUARED?

Why, it's the U.S. maxi yacht that dominated the worlds

By Duncan Brantley

Focus

MEET DR. Z'S ALL-WORLD WINE TEAM

The NFL has gourmets who appreciate great grapes as much as great games

By Paul Zimmerman

Television

THE RELUCTANT GUNSLINGER

Dan Dierdorf does not want to be typecast

By Peter King

Super Bowl XXV

NEW YORK, NEW YORK

The tough Giants' D, led by Lawrence Taylor, faces Jim Kelly and a Bills' offense that may be too hot to handle in an all—Empire Bowl XXV

By Paul Zimmerman

NFL Playoffs

HOSS IS A HIT

After a seven-year wait, Jeff Hostetler proved he's an NFL quarterback as the Giants beat the 49ers for the NFC title

By Rick Reilly

GREAT GAMBLE

The Bills' flier on Thurman Thomas and his bum knee came up solid gold as Buffalo blew out the Raiders

By Peter King

East Tennessee State

HEY, MISTER

Keith Jennings, the little big man they call Mister, has led East Tennessee State to the big time

By Steve Rushin

Gretzky At 30

A GREAT 30th FOR THE GREAT ONE

Believe it or not, The Kid, a.k.a. Wayne Gretzky, has hit the big three-oh. But you wouldn't know it from his game

By Jay Greenberg

Boxing

A HIT PARADE

Out to prove himself after his lone loss, Meldrick Taylor wrested the WBA welterweight title from Aaron Davis

By Pat Putnam

Inside

THE NBA

By Jack McCallum

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

By Phil Taylor

Superheroes

Superheroes

Guaranteed Cool

An otherwise mellow Joe Namath says he still gets goose bumps when he reflects on how his Jets triumphed in Super Bowl III just as he predicted

By Paul Zimmerman

Catch of a Lifetime

Percy Howard's one and only NFL reception—for a Cowboy TD in Super Bowl X—may have been a blessing or a curse

By Steve Wulf

Free-Fall from the Top

It has been only three years since Dong Williams (left) and Timmy Smith shone in Super Bowl XXII for the Redskins, and already their NFL careers seem long over

By Jill Lieber

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week Jan. 14-20

Compiled by Amy Nutt

Point After

CLICK. HERE'S HARSH REALITY

The chilling advent of war puts sports in perspective

By Leigh Montville

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Edited by Steve Wulf