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December 6, 1993 Table Of Contents

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To The Reader

TO THE READER

By Mark Mulvoy

NFL Woes

Rx for the NFL

Pro football might still be America's favorite game, but with fewer stars, too many injuries and not enough offense, the league has to start curing what ails it

By Peter King

Snow Show

Bit players upstaged stars at the World Cup in Utah

By William Oscar Johnson

Defectors

The Great Escape

Fleeing their troubled homeland, more than three dozen Cubans defected during a competition in Puerto Rico

By Steve Wulf

Seattle SuperSonics

Wide Awake In Seattle

Buoyed by new arrivals, the bickering SuperSonics are among the early favorites for the NBA title

By Phil Taylor

College Football

Bound For Miami

Big wins over traditional rivals set up a showdown for the national championship: Nebraska vs. Florida State in the Orange Bowl on Jan. 1

By Austin Murphy

Lenny Dykstra

OO-LA-LA, LENNY

Fun-loving, free-spending Phillie Lenny Dykstra toured Europe as baseball's unlikely ambassador

By Ian Thomsen

Sports People

Cheryl Miller

By Richard Hoffer

Dale Hunter

By Tim Crothers

Todd Williams

By Merrell Noden

Inside

THE NFL

By Peter King

College Football

By William F. Reed

College Basketball

The Mighty Have Fallen

Top-ranked North Carolina stumbled in the NIT, paving the way for a Kansas victory

By Alexander Wolff

Boni

A CRUEL BLOW

A SEEMINGLY HARMLESS SLASH TO THE CHEST RESULTED IN THE DEATH OF A HOCKEY PLAYER IN ITALY. NOW, JIMMY BONI WILL GO ON TRIAL FOR MANSLAUGHTER

By E.M. Swift

Point After

Hmmm, Let's See Now...

In picking college football's No. 1 team, there are two, even three, sides to every argument

By Leigh Montville

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Edited by Jack McCallum