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Spotlight

LEADER OF THE PACK JAN HUTCHINSON IS THE FIRST WOMAN COACH IN NCAA HISTORY TO WIN 1,000 GAMES

By Jeff Pearlman

Golf Plus

FINISH WITH A FLOURISH SCOTT HOCH PROVIDED A DRAMATIC ENDING TO THE GREATER MILWAUKEE OPEN

By Gary Van Sickle

RELUCTANT WARRIOR THE U.S. RYDER CUP TEAM, GIFTED BUT GREEN, SHOULD LOOK UP TO MARK O'MEARA, EVEN IF HE LOOKS DOWN ON THE EVENT

By Gary Van Sickle

TO OUR READERS

By Bill Colson

NEWS AND NOTES

BOTTOM LINES

COMPILED BY Gary B. Smith

RAH-RAH GUY

By Jeff Sluman

Environment

BURNING UNDER CONTROL FIRE SCHOLAR STEPHEN PYNE BELIEVES THE U.S. WILDERNESS NEEDS MORE BLAZES

By LEO W. BANKS

First Person

LLET LLAMAS LLUG THE LLOAD THE AUTHOR AND HIS FAMILY LED ANDEAN PACK ANIMALS THROUGH THE CALIFORNIA SIERRA

By Franz Lidz

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Television

SI VIEW THE WEEK IN TV SPORTS

By John Walters

Health

A SITE FOR SORE KNEES HOBBLED, UNINSURED EX-ATHLETES FIND HELP IN THE HANDS OF DR. JAMES ST. VILLE

By Tim Vanderpool

Focus

GOLF'S, UH, REMINGTON? RUSSELL HOUSTON HAS STRUCK GOLD BY PAINTING COWBOY DUFFERS IN THE OLD WEST

By LEO W. BANKS

Pro Football

BACK TO BUSINESS THE COWBOYS SHOWED THAT OLD CHAMPIONSHIP FORM DURING A RESOUNDING VICTORY OVER THE STEELERS

By Michael Silver

Sad Sacks

The 49ers, reeling from injuries to Jerry Rice and Steve Young, were humbled by the Bucs

By David Fleming

HOME ALONE THE OILERS' DEBUT IN TENNESSEE WAS A WINNING--THOUGH NOT WELL ATTENDED--OCCASION

By Jeff Pearlman

Baseball

FLYING INTO FIRST THE ADDITION OF SPEEDSTERS ERIC YOUNG AND OTIS NIXON HAS HELPED L.A. SURGE TO THE TOP OF THE NL WEST

By Gerry Callahan

A STAR IN THE SHADOWS THOUGH A TOP HITTER OF THE 1990S, THE ORIOLES' RAFAEL PALMEIRO REMAINS RELATIVELY OBSCURE

By Johnette Howard

College Football

COOPER'S TOWN IN COLUMBUS THE BUCKEYES FOOTBALL COACH IS ALWAYS ON THE HOT SEAT, BUT JOHN COOPER IS VERY MUCH AT HOME THERE

By Gerry Callahan

Pro Basketball

WON FOR ALL CYNTHIA COOPER LED HOUSTON TO THE WNBA TITLE, CAPPING A TRIUMPHANT SUMMER FOR THE WOMEN'S GAME

By Alexander Wolff

Inside The NFL

VERMEIL'S NEW-LOOK RAMS OUTLAST THE SAINTS CARROLL'S MR. NICE GUY IMAGE A ROOKIE'S BAPTISM OF FIRE

By Peter King

DR. Z'S FORECAST

By Paul Zimmerman

Inside College Football

KENTUCKY LETS COUCH OFF THE BENCH, AND HE DELIVERS THE HUSKERS' SCHEDULING WOES A REALITY CHECK IN FLORIDA

By Ivan Maisel; William F. Reed; Tim Layden

Baseball [bonus Piece]

THE UNVARNISHED RUTH FREE-SPIRITED LEFTHANDER DAVID WELLS MAY GET TATTOOED BY HITTERS EVERY NOW AND THEN, BUT HE'S FULFILLING HIS DREAM--PITCHING FOR THE YANKEES, THE TEAM OF HIS IDOL, THE BABE

By Franz Lidz

SPOILED SPORT AMID THE POMP OF THE U.S. OPEN, TENNIS SQUANDERED A CHANCE TO SHED ITS ELITIST IMAGE

By S.L. Price

Departments

LETTERS

BASEBALL REALIGNMENT...HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL COACH VINDICATED...JEFF GORDON WINS A MILLION...TIGER BRINGS IN MILLIONS...RICK FOX GOES HOLLYWOOD...A VINOUS MARATHON

EDITED BY Richard O'Brien AND Hank Hersch

RIGHT AFTER ALL?

By Don Yaeger