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College Football

ONE BIG HAPPY VALLEY FAMILY GEORGE PATERNO, PENN STATE'S RADIO COLOR MAN, OFTEN GENTLY SKEWERS BROTHER JOE

By Franz Lidz

FLYING START NEBRASKA TOOK A QUICK FIRST STEP TOWARD ITS AVOWED GOAL, A THREE-PEAT

By Tim Layden

Golf Plus

THE GRAHAM MUTINY CAPTAIN DAVID GRAHAM WAS PRAISED FOR HIS WORK IN THE FIRST PRESIDENTS CUP, SO WHY DID HIS PLAYERS FIRE HIM BEFORE THE SECOND?

By Jaime Diaz

NEVER LOSE HART WITH TIME RUNNING OUT ON HIS INJURY-PLAGUED YEAR, DUDLEY HART HIT THE JACKPOT IN THE CANADIAN OPEN

By Robinson Holloway

SOME PLAYERS THINK THEY DESERVE A PIECE OF THE ACTION AT THE PRESIDENTS CUP TAKING ON TIGER KITE'S ASSISTANT

By Tim Rosaforte

COLLEGE FOOTBALL'S RAP SHEET...HARD TIMES FOR AN OLYMPIC CHAMPION...SHADY HOOPS HIRING PRACTICES...RACHEL ROBINSON: LIFE WITH JACKIE...CAM NEELY RETIRES

EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien SCORECARD WRITER/REPORTER Kostya Kennedy

Baseball

CARRY A BIG STICK THE BATS INSIDE THE NEW LOUISVILLE SLUGGER MUSEUM COULD TELL TALL TALES

By William F. Reed

BACK IN STYLE BRETT BUTLER OF THE DODGERS GLADDENED HEARTS WITH HIS STIRRING RETURN FROM THROAT CANCER

By Tom Verducci

THE ROSE BOWL SEEMED FAR AWAY AFTER NORTHWESTERN LOST TO UPSTART WAKE FOREST CAROLINA CUTS LOOSE

By Christian Stone

Riding High

Life isn't a roller coaster for Braves star Chipper Jones, who's on top of the world no matter what position he's asked to play

By Michael Bamberger

REDSKINS RALLY BEHIND TURNER AN ODD TAKE ON EXPANSION QUARTERBACK BANKS'S INAUSPICIOUS DEBUT

By Peter King

Focus

ROOM WITH A VIEW RENT AN OLD FIRE LOOKOUT FROM THE U.S. FOREST SERVICE AND ENJOY THE SCENERY

By Perri Knize

NFL Extra

BOYS TO MEN AFTER FALLING FLAT IN WEEK 1, DALLAS REBOUNDED WITH A CRUSHING VICTORY OVER THE GIANTS

By David Fleming; John Walters; William F. Reed

DR Z. WHERE HAVE YOU GONE JIM BROWN? TODAY'S NEW BREED OF FULLBACK IS A BLOCKER FIRST

By Paul Zimmerman

FACES IN THE CROWD

Triathlon

GULLIVER'S TRAVELS FORMER NFL TACKLE DARRYL HALEY MAKES MOST TRIATHLETES LOOK LIKE MIDGETS

By Austin Murphy

Perspective

SOUNDS GREAT TO HIM FORMER YANKEES STAR GIL MCDOUGALD REGAINED HIS HEARING AFTER A COCHLEAR IMPLANT

By Jim Reisler

On The Scene

THE SWEET SMELL OF VICTORY IT'S NOT EASY TO WIN THE ANNUAL GREASED CODFISH RELAY RACE IN MILBRIDGE, MAINE

By John Walters

Departments

Horse Racing

NO PLACE LIKE HOME RUSSELL BAZE, WHO RARELY LEAVES NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, BRINGS HOME THE WINNERS

By William F. Reed

Climbing

LETTING IT ALMOST ALL HANG OUT SPEED CLIMBER HANS FLORINE IS ADEPT AT SCALING PEAKS, AS HE'LL QUICKLY TELL YOU

By Eileen Hansen

Tennis

GUTS AND GLORY PETE SAMPRAS AND STEFFI GRAF PROVED INDOMITABLE AT A CHAOTIC AND POIGNANT U.S. OPEN

By S.L. Price

Pro Football

THE BEAT GOES ON THE CHIEFS POUNDED THE SLUMPING RAIDERS FOR THE 13TH TIME IN THEIR LAST 14 GAMES

By Michael Silver

Boxing

ZERO TOLERANCE BRUCE SELDON BOWED--ALL TOO EAGERLY--TO MIKE TYSON IN 109 SECONDS

By Richard Hoffer

Soccer

A REAL KICK MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER--YES, SOCCER--HAS PUT FANS IN THE STANDS AND U.S. STARS ON THE FIELD

By Steve Rushin

Talk Radio [bonus Piece]

Calls of the Wild

In the cutthroat world of sports talk radio, the voices that are heard these days are increasingly savage

By Austin Murphy

THE BEST HOCKEY YOU NEVER SAW EVERYTHING HAS BEEN JUST RIGHT ABOUT THE FIRST WORLD CUP--EXCEPT THE TIMING

By E.M. Swift