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Television

SI VIEW THE WEEK IN TV SPORTS

By Seth Davis

Faces In The Crowd

FACES IN THE CROWD

Baseball

OCTOBERFEST THE DIVISION SERIES PROVED AGAIN THAT BASEBALL, WHEN IT'S PLAYED AT THE HIGHEST LEVEL, CAN BE INTOXICATINGLY GOOD

By Steve Rushin

DIVISION SERIES DOUBLE WINNERS MIKE MUSSINA AND JARET WRIGHT GAVE THE ORIOLES AND THE INDIANS ACES TO PLAY IN THE AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

MIKE MUSSINA THE ORIOLES' RIGHTY SILENCED HIS CRITICS BY TWICE OUTDUELING RANDY JOHNSON

By Tom Verducci

JARET WRIGHT THE AUDACIOUS INDIANS ROOKIE STOOD FIRM WHILE VETERAN PITCHERS QUAKED

By Johnette Howard

AFTER DOMINATING THE DIVISION PLAYOFFS, ATLANTA AND FLORIDA NEED SWEEPING PERFORMANCES FROM KENNY LOFTON AND GARY SHEFFIELD IN THE NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

KENNY LOFTON A CATALYST AT LEADOFF WHO HAS BEEN AS CONSPICUOUS IN FAILURE AS IN SUCCESS

By Michael Farber

GARY SHEFFIELD AFTER A FRUSTRATING SEASON, THIS SUPERSTAR FINDS HIS STROKE IN THE PLAYOFFS

By Tim Crothers

Pro Football

Bottomed Out?

As the Cowboys’ offense sputters, questions run rampant. The foremost: Are Emmitt Smith’s best days behind him?

By Peter King

POWER PACK PLAYING WITH A CHAMPIONSHIP ELECTRICITY IT HAD SORELY LACKED THIS SEASON, GREEN BAY JOLTED THE UNDEFEATED BUCCANEERS

By Michael Silver

Boxing

DRAWN AND CORNERED LENNOX LEWIS WOKE UP THE HEAVYWEIGHT DIVISION BY TURNING OUT THE LIGHTS ON ANDREW GOLOTA

By Richard Hoffer

College Football

HIS FATHER'S SON THE NEED TO BE OBJECTIVE ON TELEVISION DOESN'T STOP HALL OF FAMER BOB GRIESE FROM TAKING PRIDE IN HIS BOY BRIAN, WHO IS QUITE A QUARTERBACK IN HIS OWN RIGHT

By Leigh Montville

HIS MOTHER'S SON IT TOOK WIDEOUT HINES WARD THREE SEASONS TO FIND HIS PLACE AT GEORGIA--AND FAR LONGER TO FINALLY APPRECIATE THE WOMAN WHO HAS DEDICATED HER LIFE TO RAISING HIM

By Tim Layden

Hockey

ODD MAN OUT MIKE KEENAN, A PROVEN BIG WINNER, IS SEEN AS PRICKLY AND POWER HUNGRY. THOSE TRAITS HAVE KEPT HIM FROM GETTING ANOTHER NHL COACHING JOB

By E.M. Swift

Inside The NFL

THE STEELERS' GREG LLOYD IS BACK, BUT ONLY AS A SHELL OF HIS FORMER SELF--A GIANT DILEMMA--MIAMI'S INJURY BUG

By Peter King; David Fleming

THE LONGEST YARD

By RICHARD DEUTSCH

DR. Z'S FORECAST

By Paul Zimmerman

Inside College Football

FLORIDA STATE VS. MIAMI LOSES ITS LUSTER--LSU'S TAILBACK TURNOVER--TUBERVILLE'S TAKE ON THE TOP QUARTERBACKS

By Ivan Maisel

JASON CHORAK WASHINGTON'S WILD-MAN LINEBACKER

By Steve Rushin

Baseball [bonus Piece]

Damned Yankee

John Malangone had all the tools to succeed Yogi Berra at catcher for the New York Yankees, but his torment over a dark family secret kept him from fulfilling his prodigious promise

By Gary Smith

FUNNY MONEY PRO CONTRACTS BOGGLING YOUR MIND? THIS REMEDY TO THOSE BIG-BUCKS HEADACHES FITS THE BILL

By Leigh Montville

Departments

LETTERS

SHOELESS JOE'S WILL...U.S. SOCCER TEAM'S STRUGGLES...THE DROPKICK DROPS IN...DIMAGGIO DOCUMENTARY...REGULATING BASKETBALL CAMPS...WOMEN SURFERS HANG 10

By SCORECARD STAFF WRITER Kostya Kennedy EDITED BY Richard O'Brien AND Hank Hersch

SAN ONOFRE, CALIF., OCTOBER 4, 1997 AT FABLED OLD MAN'S BREAK, THE WAVES WERE FOR WOMEN ONLY

By Michael Bamberger