Skip to main content

January 31, 1994 Table Of Contents

710997 - TOC Cover Image

Buy the Cover

Browse the Magazine

SI Bonus Section: Golf Plus

Feast In the Desert

Andrew Magee fended off a hungry pack at the Northern Telecom Open in Tucson

By Jaime Diaz


By John Garrity

SI Bonus Section: Golf Plus/Teeing Off

Time to Overhaul the Hall

Amy Alcott's exclusion is the LPGA Hall of Fame's shame

By John Garrity


Super Bowl Preview

Dèjà Vu All Over Again

In the rematch no one wanted, the Cowboys will go for two in a row, while the Bills will try to avoid the humiliation of another Super Bowl defeat

By Paul Zimmerman

Total Recall

Do you remember the game the Bills want to forget?

By Rick Reilly

Dare To Be Great

Determined to leave his mark on the NFL, Emmitt Smith led the Cowboys to another NFC title

By Peter King

The Bills Are Due

Buffalo is again the AFC champ, and the burden of the Bills' Super Bowl futility weighs heaviest on Jim Kelly

By Rick Telander

The Best Game Ever

The Best Football Game Ever Played

This SI Classic from January 1959 recounts the overtime championship game in which the NFL came of age

By Tex Maule

College Basketball

It's a family Affair

UCLA is atop the polls for the first time in 11 years, thanks to the talents of the brothers O'Bannon

By Richard Hoffer


Day-to-Day For Life

A knee injury keeps Cam Neely from playing every game, but not from being a star

By Leigh Montville

Tonya Harding

Look Who's In the Hot Seat

The arrest of her ex-husband and questions about a $10,000 check and phone calls have put Tonya Harding on the spot

By E.M. Swift

Sports People

Katarina Witt

By Ian Thomsen

Alexi Lalas

By Hank Hersch

MaliVai Washington

By Sally Jenkins

Alaska Basketball

Ice Buckets

In Alaska, basketball is so popular that players and fans will travel hundreds of miles across the frigid state for a game

By John Garrity


College Basketball

By Ned Zeman


By Kelli Anderson


By Phil Taylor

Point After

What's All the Shouting About?

Until baseball players accept a salary cap, owners shouldn't celebrate

By Tom Verducci




By Richard O'Brien