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December 25, 1995 Table Of Contents

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NFL Plus

By David Fleming

By John Walters

By William F. Reed

By Paul Zimmerman

By Mark Mulvoy

NEIL O'DONNELL

By David Fleming

By John Walters

By William F. Reed

EMMITT SMITH

By Kelly Whiteside

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy

LARD OF THE RING

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy; Franz Lidz

Pro Basketball

HE'S BACK HIS THUMB HEALED, ORLANDO'S SHAQUILLE O'NEAL RETURNED TO ACTION AND IMMEDIATELY BEGAN THROWING HIS WEIGHT AROUND

By Phil Taylor

Boxing

FULL OF FIGHT MIKE TYSON MADE SHORT WORK OF BUSTER MATHIS JR. AND SET HIS SIGHTS ON BIGGER GAME

By Richard Hoffer

Pro Football

WAYNE'S WORLD TURNS WITH SIX STRAIGHT VICTORIES, DETROIT HAS SAVED COACH WAYNE FONTES'S JOB AND IS ROARING TOWARD THE PLAYOFFS

By Peter King

DON'T COUNT 'EM OUT BY BEATING MIAMI, THE BILLS CLINCHED THE AFC EAST TITLE AND SILENCED CRITICS WHO HAD BURIED THEM

By Austin Murphy

High School Basketball

LIVING LEGENDS WHEN THE MOST SUCCESSFUL COACHES IN HIGH SCHOOL HOOPS FACED OFF, EVERYONE WAS A WINNER

By Alexander Wolff

Volleyball

MIDWEST EXPRESS NEBRASKA DEFEATED TEXAS IN AN NCAA FINAL THAT PROVED WEST COAST SCHOOLS NO LONGER DOMINATE THE GAME

By Dana Gelin

Television

PEACOCK POWER TALK ABOUT SMOKING THE COMPETITION: WITH THE 1996 ATLANTA GAMES ALREADY IN HAND, DICK EBERSOL OF NBC SPORTS HAS GRABBED FIVE MORE OLYMPICS-- IN THE YEARS 2000 TO 2008

By Sally Jenkins

College Football

NO. 1 VS. NO. 2 AS 10 PREVIOUS SUCH MATCHUPS HAVE SHOWN, THE ONLY THING THAT'S CERTAIN WHEN THE TWO TOP-RANKED TEAMS IN THE COUNTRY PLAY ONE ANOTHER IN A BOWL IS THAT THE WINNER WILL EMERGE AS THE NATIONAL CHAMPION

By Tim Layden

DESERT STORM IN A MATCH OF OPPOSITES, SPEEDY FLORIDA WILL AIR IT OUT (AND RUN A LITTLE), MASSIVE NEBRASKA WILL GRIND IT OUT (AND PASS A LITTLE)--AND THE GATORS WILL PREVAIL

By Tim Layden

EATING IT UP NOBODY HAS GOTTEN HIS TEETH INTO BEING A FLORIDA GATOR MORE THAN STAR RECEIVER CHRIS DOERING

By S.L. Price

PET PEEVE NEBRASKA LINEBACKER JARED TOMICH HAS SOME TROUBLE WITH WORDS, BUT HE CERTAINLY CAN SPEED-READ THE OPPOSING TEAM'S QUARTERBACK

By Michael Bamberger

College Football [bonus Piece]

PURPLE HAZE IN AN IMPROBABLY SENSATIONAL SEASON, NORTHWESTERN EMERGED FROM A FOG OF FUTILITY TO EARN A TRIP TO SUNNY PASADENA

By Rick Telander

By Peter King

By Kelly Whiteside

HOLIDAY BLEATINGS OUR INSIDE POSTMAN INTERCEPTS THE CHRISTMAS MAIL OF MEMORABLE '95 SPORTS CHARACTERS

By Rick Reilly

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