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Final Four

Technical Knockout

When Chris Webber called a timeout his team didn't have, Michigan was hit with a technical foul that clinched the national title for North Carolina

By Alexander Wolff

'I Cost Our Team the Game'

By William F. Reed

Expansion '93

Florida's Aflutter

Old knuckleballer Charlie Hough showed the new Marlins and their boisterous fans how to win on the first Opening Day in the Sunshine State

By Tim Kurkjian

A Newcomers Guide

By Steve Hirdt

Rhymes With Hoops

Sheryl Swoopes was the name of the game as she led Texas Tech to the women's NCAA title

By Kelli Anderson

Linemen

Money Men

No group of NFL players is enjoying the riches of free agency more than offensive linemen

By Peter King

The Not So Golden Days

By Peter King

Muggsy Bogues

TALL AIN'T ALL

The Charlotte Hornets' Muggsy Bogues—all 5'3" of him—is proof that size does not have to determine who reaches great NBA heights

By Bruce Newman

Rock Newman

Rockin' with Rock

By blustering and bluffing, outspoken manager Rock Newman has guided Bowe to the heavyweight title

By William Nack

Sports People

Royce Sharp

By Franz Lidz

Shawn Bradley

By Hank Hersch

Michele Granger

By Austin Murphy

Ben Atkins

By Hank Hersch

Alan Kulwicki

By Ed Hinton

The Maine Event

The Black Bears dethroned Lake Superior to win their first NCAA championship

By Jon Scher

Inside

the NBA

By Jack McCallum

The First Pitch

BALL ONE

On Opening Day in Baltimore, Bill Clinton threw out the first pitch, continuing a grand American tradition that began with presidents and has gone on to include actors, animals and cartoon characters

By Steve Wulf

Point After

No Skirting This Issue

It's time athletic directors considered top women coaches for men's college basketball jobs

By Phil Taylor

Departments

Letters

Faces in the Crowd

SCORECARD

Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum