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December 9, 1996 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

COOL QUIZ A SLIGHTLY TWISTED SEASON-ENDING TEST ON THE PEOPLE AND EVENTS THAT MADE GOLF THE HIP GAME OF 1996

By Gary Van Sickle

SMOKE BUT NO FIRE TIGER WOODS HAD FANS STOKED FOR THE SKINS GAME, BUT THE COMPETITION FAILED TO LIVE UP TO ITS BILLING

By Jaime Diaz

A WORLD APART ON THE SOUTH AMERICAN TOUR, PROS QUICKLY LEARN THAT ONLY THE GAME IS THE SAME

By John Garrity

RAISING THE BAR THANKS TO TIGER WOODS, THE ERA WHEN PLAYERS CHOSE COMFORT OVER COMMITMENT HAS ENDED

By Jaime Diaz

First Person

ALWAYS LEAVE 'EM LAUGHING AS A FOOTBALL WALK-ON AT ARIZONA, THE AUTHOR FOUND HIS SENSE OF HUMOR VERY USEFUL

By Kelvin C. Bias

Catching Up With...

ALL-PRO FLANKER TOMMY MCDONALD JULY 27, 1964

By Dana Gelin

NFL Extra

RIGHT ON THE MARK THE JAGUARS ARE MAKING A PLAYOFF RUN BEHIND THE NFL'S PASSING-YARDAGE LEADER, MARK BRUNELL

By David Fleming

SPOTLIGHT AARON CRAVER

By David Fleming

A SHORTAGE OF HORSES

By John Walters

SIDELINES

By John Walters

QUICK SLANT

By David Fleming

EMMITT SMITH ANSWERED HIS CRITICS ON THANKSGIVING, BUT DALLAS IS STILL A PUZZLE

By Paul Zimmerman

Boxing

IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT LEO RANDOLPH HAS STEERED CLEAR OF FAME SINCE HIS 1976 OLYMPIC VICTORY

By Evan Kanew

Water Polo

HELL ON WHEELS TOUGH PRACTICES ARE WHY UC IRVINE'S TED NEWLAND IS THE WINNINGEST COACH EVER

By Martin Dugard

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Squash

AUSSIE RULES FOR THREE YEARS SYDNEY'S MICHELLE MARTIN HAS BEEN THE QUEEN OF THE COURT

By Eliot Berry

Skiing

A HARD DAY'S NIGHT THE GRUELING 24 HOURS OF ASPEN IS DOWNHILL RACING AT ITS LONGEST AND MOST INSANE

By Michael Finkel

College Football

IT'S A WOMAN'S WORLD TOO DOT MURPHY HAS EARNED RESPECT COACHING RECEIVERS AT HINDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

By Rick Lipsey

HOW SWEET IT IS FLORIDA STATE EARNED A TRIP TO THE SUGAR BOWL AND A SHOT AT ITS SECOND NATIONAL TITLE IN FOUR YEARS BY KNOCKING OFF NO. 1 FLORIDA

By Tim Layden

Baseball

COOPERSTOWN OR BUST A DEDICATED FAN CLUB WON'T REST UNTIL NELLIE FOX IS IN THE HALL OF FAME

By Mark Mandernach

Reporter At Large

GO, BUFFS, GO! RACING IS A LAST REFUGE OF THE WATER BUFFALO IN NEWLY INDUSTRIALIZED THAILAND

By Robert Horn

Pro Football

CAROLINA TEEMING THE FAST-RISING PANTHERS MOVED CLOSER TO THE PLAYOFFS BY SWAMPING THE BUCS

By Austin Murphy

College Basketball

LORD OF THE RIMS ANDRAE PATTERSON LED A REJUVENATED INDIANA TO VICTORY IN THE PRESEASON NIT

By Tim Crothers

Hockey

TWO MUCH PETER FORSBERG AND JOE SAKIC OF COLORADO ARE THE NHL'S BEST CENTER PAIRING SINCE GRETZKY AND MESSIER

By Austin Murphy

Pro Basketball

FLASH POINT FLUMMOXING FOES WITH HIS CROSSOVER DRIBBLE AND LIGHTNING QUICKNESS, ALLEN IVERSON, THE SIXERS' ROOKIE POINT GUARD, HAS THE NBA BUZZING

By Leigh Montville

Inside College Football

THREE-PEAT THREAT WITH ITS NINTH CONSECUTIVE WIN, OVER TOUGH COLORADO, ALL-BUT-FORGOTTEN NEBRASKA GOT BACK IN THE TITLE HUNT

By Alan Shipnuck

Boxing [bonus Piece]

SINGIN' THE BLUE IF BOXING HAS A SOUL, IT MAY RESIDE IN A PLACE THAT'S A THROWBACK TO THE DAYS OF SMOKY CLUBS AND FRIDAY-NIGHT FIGHTS: PHILADELPHIA'S BLUE HORIZON

By Bill Barich

Inside The NFL

SECOND-CLASS NO MORE THE AFC IS NOW PLAYING THE NFC'S GAME, AND IT'S PAYING OFF FRYAR'S TRIBUTE MOON'S DAYS NUMBERED?

By Peter King

ABOUT-FACE! HAVING ONCE ADVISED ARMY AND NAVY TO SURRENDER, THE AUTHOR SALUTES THEIR FOOTBALL REVIVAL

By Gerry Callahan

Departments

LETTERS

INTERLEAGUE BASEBALL...HORSE KILLER SENTENCED... THEOLOGY TEACHER IN THE NBA...MARVIN MILLER ON THE LABOR DEAL...FISHY RECORD DISALLOWED...HOCKEY BANS AN ANGEL

EDITED BY Richard O'Brien AND Kostya Kennedy