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November 7, 1994 Table Of Contents

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NFL Plus

THE NFC CENTRAL

By Jill Lieber

Flashback

By Julian Rubinstein

Spotlight

Mike Johnson

By Jill Lieber

FACES IN THE CROWD

Nebraska-Colorado

Red Hot

Displaying a feisty new attitude, Nebraska overcame injuries and doubters to rout Colorado

By S.L. Price

Sideline Pattern

By Ashley McGeachy

College Football

Quack Attack

There's a real horse race in the Pac-10, but don't count out the Ducks

By Tim Layden

Baseball

Giants Come Up Big

Durable pitchers and unlikely sluggers led Yomiuri to victory in the Japan Series

By Tom Verducci

Golf

On the Mark

Mark McCumber's monster putt in sudden death won the Tour Championship

By Jaime Diaz

Pro Football

Cool Hand Drew

New England's young quarterback Drew Bledsoe is calmly taking aim at a passing record

By Rick Telander

NBA 1994-95

High and Mighty

The Orlando Magic and the Phoenix Suns should rise above the rest and play for the title

By Steve Rushin

Diary of A Deal

Swish...Clank!

Can't anybody hit the open jumper anymore? Today's young NBA gum are tiring blanks—and wounding the game

By Phil Taylor

Oh, What a Feeling!

The Indiana Pacers' Reggie Miller recalls last spring's most memorable quarter, shot by unerring shot

By Jack McCallum

A New Ball Game

Isiah Thomas has gone directly from the hardwood to the hard job of running the expansion Toronto Raptors

By Michael Farber

Central

Believe it or not, Larry Brown is getting comfortable in Indiana—which means the Pacers will settle in atop the division standings

By Michael Farber

Atlantic

With the arrival of Horace Grant and Brian Shaw, will gifted Orlando now have enough magic to unseat the Knicks?

By Hank Hersch

Pacific

The Suns have new talent and the Blazers a new coach, and that rumbling—or grumbling?—sound you hear is the Sonics

By Phil Taylor

Midwest

In the NBA's most powerful division, the champion Houston Rockets are looking to win the one thing they didn't last season: respect

By Tim Kurkjian

World Class

Dikembe Mutombo, the outgoing Nugget center, makes a big impression in the paint and in faraway lands

By Rick Telander

SI 40th Anniversary

A Truly Tall Tale

This 1989 SI Classic took the measure of 7'5" Chuck Nevitt, the NBA's funniest 12th man

By Steve Wulf

Scouting Reports

OLIVER MILLER

By Michael Farber

SHARONE WRIGHT

By Hank Hersch

TIM HARDAWAY

By Phil Taylor

CHUCK PERSON

By Tim Kurkjian

Inside

The NFL

By Peter King

Business As Usual

By Hank Hersch

College Football

By John Walters

Point After

We Love This Game, but...

...there are some sights and sounds in the in-your-face NBA we could live without

By Phil Taylor

Departments

Letters

Scorecard

Edited by Alexander Wolff and Richard O'Brien