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Golf Plus

NEWS AND NOTES

BACKSPIN ANOTHER TAKE ON THE HEADLINES

By Gary B. Smith

SENIORS POWER

By Dave Stockton

GIVE US MORE AT THE TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS, THE LPGA GOT A LIFT FROM A BUDDING RIVALRY

By Gary Van Sickle

IN THE HUNT WHILE CLINGING TO HIS RURAL ROOTS, STEVE STRICKER HAS BLOSSOMED INTO THE TOUR'S QUIET KILLER

By Gary Van Sickle

Catching Up With...

BONNIE BLAIR AND JOHANN OLAV KOSS DECEMBER 19, 1994

By Merrell Noden

NBA Extra [not Available In All Editions]

AN ANIMAL INTENSITY CAVALIERS GUARD BOBBY PHILLS IS THAT RAREST OF BREEDS: A DEMON ON D WHO CAN ALSO NAIL THE THREE

By Tim Kurkjian

NBA Extra

BEST FUTURE COACH?

By David Fleming

BLUE PLATE SPECIALS

By William F. Reed

HOOP SCOOP

By Marty Burns

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Television

SI VIEW THE WEEK IN TV SPORTS

By John Walters

NFL Playoffs

SUPER AGAIN EVOKING MEMORIES OF THEIR TITLE-WINNING FOREBEARS, THE PACKERS OVERPOWERED THE PANTHERS AND ADVANCED TO THEIR FIRST SUPER BOWL IN 29 YEARS

By Michael Silver

FOLLOWING THE LEADER WITH COACH BILL PARCELLS SHOWING THE WAY, THE PATRIOTS BEAT THE JAGUARS FOR THE AFC CHAMPIONSHIP

By Rick Reilly

BREAK FAST THE BEST HOPE FOR NEW ENGLAND, THE LATEST AFC SUPER BOWL UNDERDOG, WILL BE TO COOK UP AN EARLY LEAD AGAINST GREEN BAY

By Paul Zimmerman

Golf

OFF LIKE A SHOT TIGER WOODS BEGAN THE NEW SEASON BY STRIKING A STUNNING BLOW AT THOSE WHO STILL HARBOR DOUBTS

By Jaime Diaz

College Basketball

BEHOLD THOSE TIGERS SURPRISING CLEMSON HAS GONE FROM PERENNIAL ACC DOORMAT TO THE NO. 3 TEAM IN THE NATION

By Kelli Anderson

Hockey

PATRICK WHO? PITTSBURGH PENGUINS ROOKIE GOALIE PATRICK LALIME HAS MADE A NAME FOR HIMSELF IN JUST 13 GAMES

By Michael Farber

Pro Basketball

QUEST FOR FANS COLUMBUS HASN'T DISCOVERED THAT AMERICA'S BEST WOMEN'S TEAM IS IN ITS OWN BACKYARD

By Steve Lopez

Pro Basketball [bonus Piece]

FEEL THE WARMTH THE TIMBERWOLVES' TWIN WUNDERKINDS, KEVIN GARNETT AND STEPHON MARBURY, HAVE BUILT WHAT MINNESOTA HOPES IS A LASTING BOND

By Michael Farber

Inside College Basketball

AFTER BEATING KENTUCKY, OLE MISS MAKES ITS FIRST TOP 25 APPEARANCE LADY MONARCHS RETURN TIP-TOP TERPS

By Kelli Anderson; Alexander Wolff; Seth Davis

Inside The NBA

IVERSON'S BRASH ROOKIE ACT IS WEARING THIN HOW THE SPURS CAN MAKE THE PLAYOFFS BRIAN WILLIAMS: HURTIN'

By Jackie MacMullan

THROWN FOR A LOSS WITH ONE DUMB PUNCH, A HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE LEAVES A LOT OF PEOPLE HURTING, INCLUDING HIMSELF

By Steve Lopez

Departments

LETTERS

GOLF'S PRIVILEGED PATH...IRVIN AND WILLIAMS ARE CLEARED...HUB WRITERS DO THE WRONG THING...TRAGEDY TURNS TO OPPORTUNITY FOR BURN VICTIM...SLOVENIAN BASKETBALL STAR

By Alexander Wolff EDITED BY Jack McCallum AND Richard O'Brien

PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA, JANUARY 11, 1997 A QUARTERBACK FROM A SMALL-TIME PROGRAM HAS A REAL BIG TIME IN THE BIG TIME

By Kostya Kennedy