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Golf Plus

SKINS DEEP TIRED AND TRUE, THE GRANDDADDY OF THE GAME'S MADE-FOR-TV EVENTS SOLDIERS ON

By Alan Shipnuck

THE CLASS OF '95 A VINTAGE SEASON IS BEST DEFINED BY THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF SIX SPECIAL PLAYERS WHO CAME UP BIG

By Jaime Diaz CHARTS COMPILED BY Tim Rosaforte

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Christian Stone

THE DIRT ON DIRT BRAD BRYANT IS NOT SO DUMB AS TO LET A LITTLE SUCCESS SOIL HIS EARTHY IMAGE

By John Garrity

LIVING WITH A LIE WHEN CBS DECIDED TO DEFEND ANNOUNCER BEN WRIGHT, IT ATTACKED THE TRUTH

By Michael Bamberger

By Tim Rosaforte

TAYLOR MADE FOR PRESIDENT

By MATTHEW RUDY

A QUICK NINE WITH TOM KITE

By Tom Kite

NFL Plus

COMEBACK KID BERATED AND BOOED WHEN HE WAS WITH THE BEARS, JIM HARBAUGH HAS FINALLY FOUND HAPPINESS AND A SENSE OF HUMOR IN INDIANAPOLIS

By Austin Murphy

BOSS OF THE BUCS OUTSPOKEN TAILBACK ERRICT RHETT HAS TAMPA BAY IN THE RUNNING FOR ITS FIRST PLAYOFF BERTH SINCE 1982

By Austin Murphy

By Paul Zimmerman

BIG WHEEL MORTEN ANDERSEN HAS A NEW HOME IN ATLANTA, BUT HE'S PRODUCING THE SAME OLD RESULTS FOR THE FALCONS

By Stephen Thomas

By Mark Mulvoy

By Chad Millman

By William F. Reed

MICHAEL STRAHAN

By Franz Lidz

By Stephen Thomas

College Football

RUN FOR THE ROSES AFTER MICHIGAN STUNNED PREVIOUSLY UNBEATEN OHIO STATE, JOY BLOOMED AT NORTHWESTERN

By Tim Layden

A FAIRY TALE COME TRUE

By Sally Jenkins

REVENGE! SECOND-RANKED FLORIDA MAINTAINED ITS NATIONAL-TITLE HOPES BY WHIPPING ITS OLD NEMESIS, FLORIDA STATE

By S.L. Price

Figure Skating

LOVE STORY THE DEATH OF 28-YEAR-OLD SERGEI GRINKOV WAS THE FINAL CHAPTER IN ONE OF SPORT'S GREAT ROMANCES

By Leigh Montville

Departments

College Basketball

FIVE BEATS ONE ARIZONA TAUGHT GEORGETOWN A SIMPLE LESSON IN TEAM PLAY IN THE PRESEASON NIT

By Alexander Wolff

Pro Basketball

PRIME MIME MITCH RICHMOND OF THE KINGS CAN MIMIC ANYONE, BUT ON THE FLOOR HE'S BEST PLAYING HIMSELF

By Phil Taylor

Marathoning [bonus Piece]

THE END OF THE WORLD WHEN THE AUTHOR, AN OLYMPIC MARATHONER, LEARNED THE 1968 GOLD MEDALIST IN THAT EVENT HAD BEEN IMPRISONED IN ETHIOPIA FOR THREE YEARS WITHOUT HAVING BEEN CHARGED WITH A CRIME, HE BEGAN THE RACE OF HIS LIFE: TO JUSTICE

By Kenny Moore

By Peter King

AND THE WINNERS ARE ...

By Christian Stone

TRIMMING THE FAT IN BASEBALL HAVING LEARNED HOW TO SAVE MONEY UNDER THE OLD SYSTEM, WHY DO OWNERS NEED A NEW ONE?

By Tom Verducci