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October 5, 1992 Table Of Contents

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College Football

A Coach's Brush with Fame

Tubby Raymond is the University of Delaware's longtime football coach—and resident artist

By Steve Hymon


She's the Belle of the Briny

Tall ship Christian Radich had a splendid summer

By Amy Nutt


New Arms Race

The future is now for a quartet of young quarterbacks who are gunning for stardom in the NFL

By Peter King

The Redeem Team

Vindication was the theme as the U.S. swept past Sweden in Davis Cup play

By Alexander Wolff

A Tough New D At BC

A rugged defense has surprising Boston College off to a 4-0 start

By Leigh Montville

George Brett

The Hits Keep Coming

In what may be his last hurrah, the Royals' George Brett closes in on the 3,000-hit milestone

By Ron Fimrite

Charlie Ward

Twice Blessed

Florida State quarterback Charlie Ward has his team in the national title chase, and he's also a pro prospect in basketball

By Austin Murphy

Mochrie And Ammaccapane

Unfriendly Fire

Dottie Mochrie and Danielle Ammaccapane are such bitter rivals on the LPGA tour that when they shoot it out, it's time to take cover

By Sonja Steptoe

Jack Morris

Change Up

A rosier outlook on the game—and life—has made Blue Jay ace Jack Morris tougher than ever

By Richard Hoffer


the NFL

By Peter King


By Tim Kurkjian

College Football

By William F. Reed


By John Walters


Smash Hits

Hollywood's action pix wouldn't be boffo at the box office without the movie industry's greatest athletes: stuntmen

By Bruce Newman


Is It Live or Is It Larson?

An Arizona company turns out strikingly authentic habitats for zoos and aquariums

By Leo W. Banks


Strat-O-Matic Fanatic

For nearly 30 years the best-known baseball board game has held the author in thrall

By Bruce Herman

For The Record

Farewell to a legend...Daly gels a grip...Frustrated Magic quits Bush's AIDS panel

Edited by Sally Guard

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

Rename This Column!

If the author had his way, the words at the top of this page would read 'Two Points After'

By Steve Hymon




Edited by Bruce Newman