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FIELDS OF SCREENS EVEN LUDDITES COULD FIND DELIGHT IN THESE CD-ROMS AND VIDEO GAMES

By Albert Kim

NFL Plus

By David Fleming

By John Walters

By William F. Reed

By Paul Zimmerman

By Mark Mulvoy

SITTING ONE OUT

By Evan Kanew

RECEIVING LINE

By Paul Gutierrez

DON DAVEY

By David Fleming

BRENT WILLIAMS

By John Walters

JAY LEEUWENBURG

By William F. Reed

TERRY CREWS

By Paul Zimmerman

Focus

VETERAN IN TRAINING ED DOUGHERTY HAS SPENT MOST OF HIS 25-YEAR PGA TOUR CAREER LOOKING FOR LIONELS

By Franz Lidz

On The Scene

A COLT MADE PHILLY HISTORY GEORGE ZAMESKA WAS THE FIRST BOY TO PLAY VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY IN PHILADELPHIA

By Mark Bowden

Perspective

BUY A PIANO, GET A GUN! EVERY FALL, HUNTING SEASON GIVES RISE TO MARKETING MADNESS IN MONTANA

By Perri Knize

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy

Books

HARK, HEROES! READERS IN SEARCH OF ADMIRABLE ATHLETES WILL FIND SATISFACTION IN THESE WORKS

By Ron Fimrite

Departments

Boxing

GHOST IN THE RING AZUMAH NELSON WON GABRIEL RUELAS'S TITLE, BUT THE FIGHTER WHO HAUNTED RUELAS WAS JIMMY GARCIA

By Richard Hoffer

Tennis

PETER THE GREAT THE U.S. DAVIS CUP VICTORY OVER RUSSIA WAS STARS AND STRIPES AND SAMPRAS FOREVER

By Leigh Montville

Golf

ANOTHER WORLD COREY PAVIN WON THE $1 MILLION FIRST PRIZE IN SUN CITY, WHERE LIFE IS JUST TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE

By Rick Reilly

Pro Football

ALL-PURPOSE WEAPON STEELER KORDELL (SLASH) STEWART, A PASSER/ RUNNER/RECEIVER, IS DISARMING PITTSBURGH'S FOES

By Gerry Callahan

College Basketball

LITTLE MAGIC CANADIAN EXPORT STEVE NASH DOESN'T GET MUCH TV TIME AT SANTA CLARA, BUT HE MIGHT BE THE BEST POINT GUARD IN THE COUNTRY

By Tim Crothers

Television [bonus Piece]

TELL LAURA I LOVE HER THAT'S WHAT THE AUTHOR SAID AS HE CHECKED OUT ON HIS WIFE FOR A FIVE-DAY BINGE OF SPORTS VIEWING ON DIRECTV

By Austin Murphy

By Peter King

A TOO-TALL ORDER SIXER OWNER HAROLD KATZ'S BIG PLANS FOR 7'6" SHAWN BRADLEY CAME UP--LIKE KATZ--SHORT

By Michael Bamberger