The Washington Redskins played exquisitely in their 37-24 Super Bowl destruction of the Buffalo Bills
BY RICK TELANDER
HE TALKS IT, THEY WALK IT
Connecticut basketball coach Jim Calhoun will tell you (and tell you) that his Huskies are now ready to step up
BY LEIGH MONTVILLE
St. Louis Blue Brett Hull's tongue is suddenly as sharp as his goal-scoring skills, which are second to none
BY AUSTIN MURPHY
TWO AUSTRALIAN OPENS
Jim Courier and Monica Seles won one tournament, and a restrained John McEnroe prevailed in the other
BY RICHARD YALLOP
A CAREER OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY
Steve Howe's 1991 comeback with the Yankees was stunning, making his latest drug incident more confounding
BY RICHARD HOFFER
HITTING THE HALL
More than two decades after she quit the slopes, Pat Bradley is the latest LPGA Hall of Fame inductee
BY JOHN GARRITY
The world's most explosive slalom skier, Alberto Tomba of Italy hopes to blast his way to two more Olympic golds
BY CURRY KIRKPATRICK
COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY WALTER IOOSS JR.
FOR THE RECORD
WALTER IOOSS JR.
Footing the Bills: The only time the Redskins got into deep trouble during the first half of their 37-24 Super Bowl win—Washington was fourth-and-10 from its one-yard line—Kelly Goodburn booted the Skins out of harm's way (page 12).