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TO OUR READERS

By Bill Colson

WOMAN CARRYING A BIG STICK IN THE MOST MACHO OF SPORTS, SUNNY HALE SPEAKS SOFTLY, SCORES OFTEN

By Bob Knotts

NBA Extra

Earning His Keep

P.J. Brown's huge contract raised a lot of eyebrows, but he has been worth every penny to Miami

By David Fleming

MOST DESERVING NO. 2?

By William F. Reed

MOVIN' UP

By Marty Burns

HOOP SCOOP

By Marty Burns

Golf Plus

FIGHTING BACK NICK PRICE HOPED HIS VICTORY AT HARBOUR TOWN WOULD HELP A SPECIAL FRIEND WIN A BIGGER BATTLE

By Jaime Diaz

SUPER SENIOR WHEN HE TEES IT UP IN THE MAJORS, PGA SENIORS CHAMPION HALE IRWIN PLAYS LIKE A TIGER

By William F. Reed

NEWS AND NOTES

BACKSPIN ANOTHER TAKE ON THE HEADLINES

By Gary B. Smith

OUT-OF-BOUNDS

By Wally Uihlein

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Catching Up With...

BASEBALL UMPIRE PAM POSTEMA MARCH 14, 1988

By Grant Wahl

Television

SI VIEW THE WEEK IN TV SPORTS

By John Walters

Hockey

HEATING UP THE NHL PLAYOFFS WERE HOT STUFF IN THE SUN BELT, WHERE ANAHEIM AND PHOENIX TOOK SHOTS AT EACH OTHER ON AND OFF THE ICE

By Austin Murphy

Baseball

POP GUNS THE PUNCHLESS WHITE SOX, WITH THEIR TWO HIGH-PAID SLUGGERS OFF TO A SLUGGISH START, WERE LOSERS ON THE FIELD AND AT THE GATE

By Tom Verducci

Pro Basketball

CAN NICE GUYS FINISH FIRST? EVEN WITH ITS PLAYOFF HOPES HIGH, THE JAZZ WOULD RATHER FORGO A TITLE THAN ABANDON ITS OLD-FASHIONED PRINCIPLES

By Phil Taylor

Pro Football

UP IN THE AIR JOY OVER THE SEAHAWKS' DEFT DRAFT WAS ERODED BY WORRY THAT THE TEAM'S DAYS IN SEATTLE MAY BE NUMBERED

By Peter King

Jock Schools

JOCK SCHOOLS U.S.A. THE ULTIMATE TAILGATING, YALE-BAITING, CHEERLEADING, BEER-BLEEDING GUIDE TO AMERICA'S BEST SPORTS COLLEGES

By Steve Rushin

1 UCLA

By Alan Shipnuck

2 NOTRE DAME

By John Walters

3 STANFORD

By Austin Murphy

4 TEXAS

By RICHARD DEUTSCH

5 FLORIDA

By Christian Stone

6 MICHIGAN

By David Fleming

7 NORTH CAROLINA

By Seth Davis

8 PENN STATE

By JON WERTHEIM

9 NEBRASKA

By Lars Anderson

10 PRINCETON

By Grant Wahl

12 ARIZONA

By Kelvin C. Bias

11 USC

By Kelvin C. Bias

13 OHIO STATE

By David Fleming

14 VIRGINIA

By Shawn Cox

16 TENNESSEE

By Brooks Clark

15 WISCONSIN

By Joanna Cohen

18 CALIFORNIA

By Bruce Anderson

17 IOWA

By Christian Stone

20 ALABAMA

By Loren Mooney

19 INDIANA

By Chad Millman

THE HONOR ROLL HERE'S THE REST OF OUR TOP 50

THE BEST OF EVERYTHING

By John Walters

BEST SCHOOL/WOMEN'S SPORTS FLORIDA

By Christian Stone

BEST SCHOOL/WINTER SPORTS DARTMOUTH

By Alexander Wolff

Inside Baseball

SANDY ALOMAR JR. IS MAKING PEOPLE FORGET ABOUT HIS BROTHER ROBERTO CUBS FLUBS MIDDLE RELIEF MADNESS

By Tim Crothers

Inside The NBA

HAPPY TRAILS WHY THE BLAZERS AND THE PISTONS SHOULD ENJOY BEING NO. 5 SEEDS DELK COMES ON AT LAST DON'T HACK SHAQ: HE'S MAKING THOSE FREE THROWS

By David Fleming

TAKING THE PLUNGE TRADING DOWN--SWAPPING QUALITY FOR QUANTITY--WAS THE RAGE AT THE NFL DRAFT

By Paul Zimmerman

Departments

LETTERS

TIGER: NEW FOLLOWING, OLD STEREOTYPES...OUR NBA PLAYOFFS PICKS...HISTORIC DEVILS RUN?...WNBA VS. ABL...A MALE GETS IN SYNCH...U.S. SOCCER MAKES SOME NOISE

BY Phil Taylor, Jack McCallum SCORECARD STAFF WRITER Kostya Kennedy EDITED BY Richard O'Brien AND Hank Hersch

FOXBORO, MASS., APRIL 20, 1997 THANKS TO SAM'S ARMY, THE U.S. SOCCER TEAM FINALLY HAD A HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE

By Kelli Anderson