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November 6, 1995 Table Of Contents

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NFL Plus

By Chad Millman

By Kelly Whiteside

By Paul Zimmerman

By Stephen Thomas

By Mark Mulvoy

IT'S ALL RELATIVE

By Seth Davis

BERNARD WHITTINGTON PLAYING IN PERFECT HARMONY

By Chad Millman

JAKE REED SEEKING JUSTICE OF ANOTHER KIND

By Ed Hinton

MARK MCMILLIAN A LITTLE MAN AND HIS SHORT STORY

By RICHARD DEUTSCH

D.J. JOHNSON FASHIONING A CAREER IN DESIGN

By Stephen Thomas

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy

Baseball

BRAVE HEARTS

ON ITS THIRD TRY IN FIVE YEARS, ATLANTA FINALLY WON THE WORLD SERIES

By Tom Verducci

JUSTICE PREVAILS

By Tim Kurkjian

College Football

RED NOVEMBER NEBRASKA BRUSHED ASIDE CONTROVERSY AND COLORADO TO HEAD INTO THE LAST MONTH OF THE SEASON WITH THE NO. 1 RANKING

By Tim Layden

Horse Racing

DON'T LOOK BACK CIGAR CAUGHT UP WITH RACING'S IMMORTALS AS HE ENDED A PERFECT YEAR IN THE BREEDERS' CUP CLASSIC

By William F. Reed

Pro Football

ZEIER ON FIRE THERE'S A NEW DAWG BARKING SIGNALS FOR THE BROWNS, AND HE BURNED THE BENGALS 29-26

By Austin Murphy

Golf

PAR FOR THE COURSE BILLY MAYFAIR PLAYED PATIENTLY TO PULL OUT A WIN IN THE HIGH-SCORING TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP

By Michael Bamberger

Special Report

BITTER MEDICINE EAGER TO HOLD ON TO THEIR VALUABLE SIDELINE PRACTICES, TEAM DOCTORS ALL TOO OFTEN STRIVE TO HELP THE CLUB, NOT HEAL THE PLAYER

By Joseph Nocera SPECIAL REPORTING BY Lester Munson AND Mark McClusky

SKINS GAME TATTOOS, ONCE INVISIBLE, HAVE BECOME THE SPORTS WORLD'S MOST FLAUNTED FORM OF SELF-EXPRESSION

By TEXT BY Leigh Montville

Basketball [bonus Piece]

"THIS ISN'T BABYSITTING" NO, WHAT THE MYSTERIOUS LOU D'ALMEIDA DOES IN HIS QUEST TO BE THE KING OF AMATEUR BASKETBALL IS A LOT MORE CONTROVERSIAL THAN THAT

By Johnette Howard SPECIAL REPORTING BY Julian Rubinstein

By Peter King

By Christian Stone

MY FAVORITE CHAUVINIST "BOBBY RIGGS WASN'T JUST A GAMBLER AND A GAMESMAN; HE WAS A LEGEND"

By Billie Jean King

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