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NFL Plus

THE NFC CENTRAL

By Jill Lieber

Selling Selmon

By Jill Lieber

Greg Montgomery

By Jill Lieber

Multimedia

Get in There, Scottie!

Playing with an NBA star is only one thing you can do with these new titles

By Albert Kim

Snowshoeing

Red-hot in the Cold

When it comes to running on powder, Tom Sobal dusts the competition

By Michael Finkel

Books

No Strikes, No Lockouts

The season's best sports volumes are a welcome antidote to labor disputes

By Ron Fimrite

On The Scene

Pumpkin, Two O'clock High!

Squash stormed the skies of Delaware at the Punkin' Chunkin' championships

By Franz Lidz

7 Days

7 Days

By Rick Telander

Monday

"Within the complex are a travel agency, a whirlpool big enough for 20 players, and a dance studio for the cheerleaders"

Tuesday

"If you want to do something for yourself—play with your kids, visit with your agent—you do it today"

Wednesday

"This morning, former Jet and Patriot running back Blair Thomas was signed as a backup for Emmitt Smith, and Joe Fishback was sent into exile"

Thursday

"Irvin is full of the rapture that comes with being the cock of the walk, the big dog, the warrior, himself"

Another Gusher For Jones

By E.M. Swift

Friday

"Hennings, who flew A-10s in the gulf war, is happy to take over child duty"

Saturday

"The Cowboys are unique, a phenomenon that transcends the narrow confines of regional fandom"

Sunday

"No team has won three Super Bowls in a row, but don't bet against these fellows doing it"

Pro Basketball

Game of the Weak

By falling to the woeful Wolves, the clueless Clippers approached a record for futility

By Steve Rushin

Boxing

Podium Pugilists

Most of the action came before—and after—Riddick Bowe's uninspired decision over Larry Donald

By Richard Hoffer

College Football

As Sweet As Sugar

Florida pulled out all the stops to hand Alabama its first loss, earning a trip to New Orleans and a rematch with Florida State

By William F. Reed

Michael Jordan

Keeping His Guard Up

Michael Jordan Completed his first swing through baseball while his hired muscle kept the fans at bay

By Tom Verducci

Inside

The NFL

By Peter King

Focus

The Buddy System

Two ex-Oakland A's teammates have revived a Bay Area school sports program

By Ron Fimrite

Point After

Retreat with Honor

Army and Navy put up the good fight, but it's time for them to pull back to I-AA football

By Gerry Callahan

Departments

TO OUR READERS

By Mark Mulvoy

Letters

FACES IN THE CROWD

Scorecard

Edited by Alexander Wolff and Richard O'Brien