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March 30, 1992 Table Of Contents

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NCAA Tournament

What a Trip

Our intrepid reporter witnessed nine games, covered 14,000 miles, boarded 14 airplanes and caught one cold during the first and second rounds of the NCAA tournament

By Alexander Wolff

Little Big Man

By Phil Taylor

Tribe Of the Future

By offering multiyear deals, the Cleveland Indians bank on their best young players

By Peter King

Back with a Bang

Iran Barkley cemented his comeback with a bruising split decision over Thomas Hearns to win the WBA light heavyweight crown

By Pat Putnam

Lipton Tennis

Teenage Confidential

For Jennifer Capriati, a losing semifinalist at the Lipton tournament, 16 is anything but sweet

By Sally Jenkins

Andy MacPhail

Master of the Trade

When it comes to building a baseball team for the '90s, Andy MacPhail, G.M. of the Twins, is the best in the business

By Nicholas Dawidoff

James Toney

The Sins of the Father

James Toney, the IBF middleweight champ, yearns to punish the man who left him and his mother 22 years ago

By Charles Pierce


A Super Heavyweight

Kurt Angle of Clarion won his second NCAA title, while Iowa once again took the team crown

By Richard O'Brien



By Peter King


By Jack McCallum


Leader of the Pack

Lynn Jennings charged to the front to win the worlds in Boston

By Merrell Noden

Chris Mullin


Four years after entering alcohol rehab, the Warriors' Chris Mullin is in control of his life—and his game

By Rick Reilly

For The Record

He shoots, he scores, he sits in the penalty box...Garbage time for Pitino...What a major drag!

Edited by Jon Scher

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

Baseball's Forgotten Pioneers

Former Negro league players gave too much to the game to be left in obscurity

By Shelley Smith




Edited by Richard Demak