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NCAA Midwest

Can Duke?

Can anybody—the Blue Devils, North Carolina or Kansas—stop UNLV now that they've reached the Final Four?

By William F. Reed

NCAA West

Off and Runnin' Again

Greg Anthony helped champion UNLV overcome the blahs—and two outmanned opponents

By Phil Taylor

NCAA East

'Heel Feat

Senior Rick Fox starred, as a resurgent North Carolina outlasted Temple

By Curry Kirkpatrick

NCAA Southeast

Respectfully Yours

Unappreciated Kansas asserted itself with stunning upsets of Indiana and Arkansas

By Alexander Wolff

Bo Jackson

Say It Ain't So, Bo

A hip injury put two-sport superstar Bo Jackson on the sidelines, and opinions varied wildly as to how long he would remain there

By Steve Wulf

The Big Bang Theory

Forsaking finesse, two young Americans boomed into the Lipton finals

By Sally Jenkins

The WLAF

World Premiere

The no-frills World League of American Football got off to an unspectacular start

By Rick Reilly

Summer Heat Wave

Stanford's Summer Sanders splashed to one American and three meet records at the NCAAs

By Sonja Steptoe

Not-Really Rookies

The Not-Really Rookies

Baseball's best young talents this spring aren't true rookies, just phenoms

By Nicholas Dawidoff

They're Hungry for Mo

By Nicholas Dawidoff

Harry Sinden

Still Wild about Harry

Thanks to Harry Sinden, a fiery throwback, the Bruins haven't had a losing season in 24 years

By E.M. Swift

College Basketball

A Tale of Two Springfields

The states were different but not the feelings at the Division II and III finals

By Shelley Smith

Inside

THE NBA

By Jack McCallum

Texas Western

The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

In 1966, an all-black lineup from Texas Western beat all-white Kentucky for the NCAA title. College hoops hasn't been the same since

By Curry Kirkpatrick

For The Record

A Honus bonus...the Dipper finally gets his due...Wilander makes a racket

Edited by Michael Jaffe

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

Ascending to a League of His Own

If Bo Jackson doesn't return, his legend will be all the greater

By Leigh Montville

Departments

FROM THE EDITOR

By John Papanek

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Richard Demak