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THE NFC CENTRAL

By Jill Lieber

Play It Again, And Again, And Again

Raymond Floyd and Jim Albus played the 18th hole five times in sudden death before Floyd prevailed to win the Senior Tour Championship at Myrtle Beach

By Douglas S. Looney

Flashback

By Julian Rubinstein

FACES IN THE CROWD

A Yen for Yen

For PGA Tour washout Brian Watts, the living's not easy in Japan, but the money is

By Tom Verducci

GOLF

By Tim Rosaforte

Of Couples And Love

Fred and Davis III, that is, who paired up in Puerto Rico to win their third straight World Cup

By Tim Rosaforte

The People vs. the Masters

The Gary McCord flap at Augusta is one more sign that golf has joined popular culture

By Jaime Diaz

Spotlight

George Teague

By Jill Lieber

49ers-Cowboys

Stuffed!

In a battle for NFC supremacy, the 49ers stopped the Cowboys dead in their tracks

By Rick Telander

Confidence, Man

By Austin Murphy

Pro Football

Two for The Road

The Rams and the Raiders may flee L.A., leaving the U.S.'s second-biggest city without an NFL team

By Richard Hoffer

Terry Bowden

BEAR TRACKS

Sure, Auburn is unbeaten, but Terry Bowden's sights are set on bigger game

By S.L. Price

Sports People

Dan Kendra

By Tom Verducci

Hickman and Charles

By Franz Lidz

Michael Schumacher

By Bruce Newman

J.C. Watts

By Tim Kurkjian

Monty Williams

Haunting Vision

Monty Williams of the Knicks keeps playing despite a heart condition, as did the fallen Hank Gathers and Reggie Lewis

By Tim Layden

College Football

Don't Look Now

For Lou Holtz and Notre Dame, a sorry season only got worse against Florida State

By Tim Layden

SI 40th Anniversary

Nasty Little Devil

In this SI Classic from 1981, the author tracks down a thoroughly unpleasant yet alluring creature in the remotest reaches of Australia

By Bil Gilbert

Boxing

Three Is Quite Enough

Humberto Gonzalez beat Michael Carbajal in a disappointingly dreary rubber match

By Gerry Callahan

Inside

College Football

By John Walters

Point After

A Minor Adjustment

Seeing prospects fill big league shoes would be better than seeing no baseball at all

By Rick Telander

Departments

TO OUR READERS

By Mark Mulvoy

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Alexander Wolff