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Golf Plus

SUPER SATURDAY TWO YOUNG STARS STARTED A SPECIAL WEEKEND IN PHOENIX WITH A BIG FINISH

By Jaime Diaz

PARTY CENTRAL

By Robinson Holloway

RICH LEGACY KARSTEN SOLHEIM HAS HANDED HIS ONCE OMNIPOTENT PING DYNASTY OVER TO HIS SONS

By Michael Bamberger

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy

A QUICK NINE WITH LARRY NELSON

By Larry Nelson

CHANGES ROCK THE PREMIER GOLF NETWORK TEEN'S 'TUDE UPSETS LPGA VETERANS CARNER STEPS DOWN AS CAPTAIN

By Tim Rosaforte

Motor Sports

THE WHEELS ARE COMING OFF A NEW INDY CAR CIRCUIT MAKES ITS DEBUT AND THROWS THE SPORT INTO A TAILSPIN

By Ed Hinton

Pro Football

Special......Delivery

The Steelers Handed the Cowboys Two Ugly Interceptions and a 27-17 Victory That Kept The NFC's Super Bowl Streak Alive

By Michael Silver

A SERIOUS CASE OF THE YIPS

By Austin Murphy

ENDLESS BUMMER COSTLY TURNOVERS, INCONSISTENT TEAM DEFENSE AND WEAKER QUARTERBACKS HAVE PLAGUED THE AFC

By Bill Walsh

SALARY CAP REALITIES COULD BRING DALLAS BACK DOWN TO EARTH GREENE'S ILL-TIMED BRAG WALSH'S TOUGH TASK

By Peter King

Wrestling

FATAL OBSESSION JOHN DU PONT'S LOVE OF THE SPORT AND HIS INCREASINGLY BIZARRE BEHAVIOR CONVERGED IN THE DEATH OF A CHAMPION

By Craig Neff

Pro Basketball

AS THE SUNS SLOWLY SET PHOENIX'S AGING AND INJURY-RIDDLED STARS STRAGGLE BACK, HOPING TO MAKE A BELATED RUN FOR A TITLE

By Phil Taylor

Tennis

'SHE'S A TOUGH COOKIE' SO SAID BORIS BECKER OF FELLOW AUSTRALIAN OPEN CHAMP MONICA SELES AFTER BOTH GUTTED OUT THEIR FIRST GRAND SLAM TITLES IN YEARS

By S.L. Price

LAKERS ENVISION JOHNSON IN SIXTH-MAN ROLE PRICING SOME COVETED FREE AGENTS HAWKS SOAR WITH MOOKIE

By Jackie MacMullan

PENN STATE PROVES THAT IT'S FOR REAL THE CARDS ARE RESHUFFLING A LITTLE MAN IS BIG FOR GEORGE WASHINGTON

By John Feinstein

Baseball [bonus Piece]

MARINERMANIA HOW A TOTTERING TEAM'S BID FOR A WILD-CARD BERTH TURNED INTO A LATE-SEASON FRENZY-- AND SAVED BASEBALL IN SEATTLE

By Tom Verducci

THE EPITOME OF SUPER IT WAS A PRESS-ADDRESSING, TONGUE-TYING, DUNG-DIVING RING-DING OF A WEEK IN PHOENIX

By Steve Rushin

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