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March 2, 1998 Table Of Contents

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Golf Plus

Never A Doubt David Duval recovered just in time to give Tucson's Tour stop a big-time send-off

By Gary Van Sickle

Willing To Go It Alone Women are often forced to pay a painful price for demanding equality at their country clubs

By John Garrity

News & Notes

Edited by Kevin Cook

Bottom Lines

Compiled by Gary B. Smith Edited by Kevin Cook

Spikemarked Man

By Brandel Chamblee Edited by Kevin Cook

All-World Architect

By John Lauerman Edited by Kevin Cook

Close, Or No Cigar On the PGA Tour, players either burn it up at the start or fizzle at the finish

By Rick Lipsey

This Week

By Cameron Morfit

Catching Up With...

Gilbert Perreault, Buffalo Sabres center February 26, 1973

By Kostya Kennedy

Winter Olympics

Joy Ride The Winter Olympics were a daily celebration of the crazy, exhilarating spirit of men and women determined to fly--and often succeeding

By Steve Rushin

Was It Worth It? Despite the loutish behavior of the U.S., the expulsion of a Swedish player and the favorites' early ouster, the answer is, Yes, this was a dream of an Olympic tournament

By Michael Farber

Golden Girls A spirited, close knit and talented U.S. women's team showed its mettle by defeating favored Canada to win the sport's first Games championship

By Johnette Howard

A Holy Tara While Michelle Kwan was all business, Tara Lipinski blew into Nagano determined to make friends and have fun, and she left with a really cool keepsake--a gold medal

By E.M. Swift

College Basketball

Tubbs Thumpers Billy Tubbs, coach of soaring TCU, turns a deaf ear to critics who rip his run-up-the-score, take-no-prisoners style

By Gerry Callahan

The Greatest Ever?

By Kelli Anderson

Pro Football

Home Free Even after signing a deal making him the highest-paid defensive player in NFL history, the Vikings' voluble tackle John Randle won't let himself forget his humble past

By Peter King

Pro Basketball

Hell, No, They Won't Go! With traded players like Kenny Anderson balking at reporting to their new clubs, general managers are left to ponder their options

By Phil Taylor


It Pays to Be Nice When the expansion Diamondbacks threw $34 million at shortstop Jay Bell, they knew just what they were getting-- the antithesis of a Baseball Jerk

By S.L. Price

College Basketball [bonus Piece]

Eyes Of The Storm

When Tennessee's whirlwind of a coach, Pat Summitt, hits you with her steely gaze, you get a dose of the intensity that has carried the Lady Vols to five NCAA titles

By Gary Smith



Inside College Hockey

Inside College Hockey

By Kostya Kennedy

In the Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Inside The NBA

Inside The NBA

By Jackie MacMullan

The Soaring Rate of Trade

By Marty Burns

Boarding School Jayson Williams is a student of the offensive rebound

By Marty Burns

Inside College Basketball

Inside College Basketball

By Kelli Anderson; Seth Davis

Jeff Clement Grinnell's gunner set a Division III record with 77 points in a game

By Grant Wahl

The Lipinski Who Was Left Behind

By Rick Reilly


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By Michael Bamberger; Leigh Montville; Tim Layden; Austin Murphy Edited by Jack McCallum and Richard O'Brien

Faces in the Crowd

Edited by Jack McCallum and Richard O'Brien

Putting the Gold on Hold CBS's canned Olympic coverage raises questions about NBC's game plan for Sydney

By Richard Hoffer Edited by Jack McCallum and Richard O'Brien

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters Edited by Jack McCallum and Richard O'Brien