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February 19, 1996 Table Of Contents

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MAN ON A MISSION RUSS CONWAY'S INVESTIGATIVE WORK MAY BRING DOWN A HOCKEY POWER BROKER

By Michael Farber

Golf Plus

LEFTY'S ALL RIGHT PHIL MICKELSON HAS EVERYONE BELIEVING THAT THIS COULD BE THE START OF SOMETHING BIG

By Jaime Diaz

TAKING A CUE FROM NORMAN, HE DECIDES TO REACH HIGHER DAVIES VS. DALY WOOSIE SUCCEEDS BY GOING BACK TO BASICS

By Tim Rosaforte

TAKING SIDES ON PEBBLE BEACH

By Walter Bingham; David Eger

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy

HE'S A HALL OF FAMER, GEORGE

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy; Tom Verducci

THE DISENGAGEMENT PARTY JACK NICKLAUS IS PREPARED TO END A REMARKABLE STREAK, BUT NOT HIS CAREER

By John Garrity

FORGETTING HISTORY'S LESSONS

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Kostya Kennedy; Jack McCallum

College Football

Sign Language

Another manic football recruiting season climaxed on National Signing Day, when often bewildered high school athletes boosted the hopes and dreams of coaches and fans, as Alcender Jackson did LSU’s, with one stroke of a pen

By Tim Layden

FREEDOM OF CHOICE

By Christian Stone

Boxing

STAR POWER FELIX TRINIDAD, THE FIGHT GAME'S BEST-KEPT SECRET, FINALLY GOT TOP BILLING AND PROVED HE HAS THE PUNCH TO REMAIN A MAIN EVENT

By William Nack

Pro Basketball

ROAD KILL ON ITS HOME FLOOR ORLANDO HAS BEEN NOTHING SHORT OF INVINCIBLE, BUT THERE HAS BEEN LITTLE THAT'S MAGICAL ABOUT ITS PERFORMANCE ANYWHERE ELSE

By Tim Crothers

Hockey

OLD FAITHFUL AT AGE 33, GOALIE TURNED IRON MAN GRANT FUHR HAS SAVED HIS CAREER AND THE ST. LOUIS BLUES

By Austin Murphy

Pro Football

BACK ON HIS FEET PACKERS ASSISTANT GIL HASKELL HAS RALLIED FROM HIS FRIGHTFUL HEAD INJURY IN THE NFC TITLE GAME

By Johnette Howard

DON'T WRITE OFF THE 1995 NCAA CHAMPS JUST YET SHAMEFUL FIRING AT USC DAYTON BIDS A SAD FAREWELL TO CENTER CHRIS DANIELS

By John Feinstein

College Basketball

SHARK SIGHTING JERRY TARKANIAN HAS SURFACED AFTER THREE YEARS OUT OF COACHING, AND HE'S GOT HIS OLD SCHOOL, FRESNO STATE, BACK IN THE HUNT

By William Nack

MODELL GETS BALTIMORE, LOSES THE BROWNS THE SHAMEFUL FIRING OF MARCHIBRODA FREE AGENTS AND HOT PROSPECTS

By Peter King

SHAQ IS MIFFED BY MVP VOTING A LONG SHOT FINALLY HITS IT BIG KNICKS MAKE A PITCH FOR GARDEN PARTY IN 1998

By Jackie MacMullan

Pro Basketball [bonus Piece]

REIGN MAN THE SEATTLE SUPERSONICS' SHAWN KEMP WANTS EVERYONE TO KNOW THAT HE'S MORE THAN JUST THE MONARCH OF MIDAIR, AND HE'S ROUNDED OUT HIS GAME TO PROVE IT

By Tim Keown

TO TELL THE TRUTH THE MORE O.J. TALKS, THE LESS DOUBT HE LEAVES ABOUT HOW WE WILL REMEMBER HIM

By Steve Rushin

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