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November 8, 1993 Table Of Contents

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To The Reader

TO THE READER

By Mark Mulvoy

Faces in the Crowd

Tour Championship

'Sorry About That, Greg'

Jim Gallagher Jr. won the Tour Championship on golf's biggest payday but only after Greg Norman came undone over the final holes

By Jaime Diaz

Wisconsin-Michigan

Violent Victory

Celebrating a rare victory over Michigan, Wisconsin students stormed the field, creating chaos and causing scores of injuries

By Rick Telander

Nebraska-Colorado

Pulling Out of Reach

Undefeated Nebraska has started to run away from the rest of the Big Eight

By Sally Jenkins

Chargers-Raiders

Getting a Fresh Charge

Slumping San Diego got just the boost it needed with a victory over the surging Raiders

By Paul Zimmerman

NBA Preview 1993-1994

Time Waits for No One

As new stars replace old, the faces may change—from Russell and Chamberlain (left) to O'Neal and Mourning, for example—but the excitement they generate is timeless

By Bruce Newman

How High?

Market forces and creative negotiators have conspired to drive players' salaries to dizzying heights. Soon someone—maybe even Derrick Coleman!—will become the league's first $100 million man

By Andrew E. Serwer

Clang!

Reverberations were felt throughout the league when Chris Dudley, best known for his ungainly free throws, signed a controversial contract with the Blazers

By Phil Taylor

Demolition Man

Dennis Rodman, who has brought his unique act to San Antonio, is a relentless rebounder, a ferocious competitor—and a strangely tormented soul

By Rick Telander

NBA Preview 1993-94

Moses Malone

By Phil Taylor

Carol Blazejowski

By Albert Kim

Jerry Reynolds

By Phil Taylor

:24 Questions

Before our pro basketball package winds down, we take a shot at answering some burning queries about the upcoming season

By Phil Taylor

the NBA

By Phil Taylor

Inside

the NFL

By Peter King

College Football

By William F. Reed

Point After

Miss the Game? No Way

For all the fond memories, a seven-time All-Star is glad his NBA playing days are over

By Kevin McHale

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