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Television

Hell-Brent for Heather

ABC's oft-maligned Brent Musburger hits it straight and true during the British Open

By Norman Chad

British Open

Nick Of Time

Nick Faldo overcame a two-shot deficit with only four holes to play to win his third British Open

By John Garrity

Bowe Knows KOs

Riddick Bowe earned a shot at the heavyweight title by stopping Pierre Coetzer

By Pat Putnam

Cincinnati Reds

A Red Menace Once Again

The Cincinnati Reds, who were last season's chumps, are now playing like champs

By William F. Reed

NFL Quarterbacks

QB or not QB?

That is the question with a staggering number of NFL quarterbacks on the mend—and all of them are coming back for more

By Peter King

XXV Olympic Summer Games

The Consummate Olympian

U.S. captain Terry Schroeder embodies the old ideal of the amateur athlete

By Kenny Moore

Lord Gym

It has been 11 years since Bela Karolyi defected to become the undisputed king of the U.S. women

By Richard O'Brien

Inside

Baseball

By Tim Kurkjian

Texas Chainsaw Massacre

By Hank Hersch

Inside/Baseball

The Analyst

By Steve Hirdt/The Elias Sports Bureau

City Of Stars

City of Stars

In the town of Spokane, three boys—Mark Rypien, Ryne Sandberg and John Stockton—grew up within a few miles and a few years of one another. They have risen to fame and fortune in the pros but remain tied to home in very different ways

By Steve Rushin

For The Record

Tampa's up in arms...Eric's house is Steve's home...It's Clinton in a (near) walk

Edited by Sally Guard

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

Dear Ross,

Now that you've abandoned your quest for the White House, have we got a job for you

By Rick Reilly

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Edited by Richard Demak