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December 13, 1999 Table Of Contents

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Inside The NFL

Sweet Redemption Ravens running back Errict Rhett is making the most of a second chance

By David Fleming

Inside The NFL

By Peter King

Dr. Z's Forecast

By Paul Zimmerman

Si View

SI View The Week in TV Sports

By John Walters

Feterik The Great

By John Walters

They Put Zap On The Map Our Men of the Millennium? The intrepid inventors of the sports fan's most indispensable accessory

By Steve Rushin

Pro Football

Last Hurrah? Dan Marino flashed his old brilliance but couldn't save Miami from a crippling loss to the Colts that further dimmed his fading hopes of a Super Bowl title

By Michael Silver

Pro Basketball

Unfathoma-Bulls Though they're every bit as bad as their 1-14 record, the Bulls are still a red-hot ticket in Chicago, and their financial picture couldn't be rosier

By L. Jon Wertheim

College Basketball

Whiz Kids Here's a switch! New-breed freshmen are hazing their elders by winning games and collecting MVP awards

By Grant Wahl; B.J. Schecter


Promised Land Back home and richer by $84 million, Shawn Green is immersing himself in two traditions: Dodgers baseball and Judaism

By Michael Bamberger; David Sabino


Merry Men The Sharks are no longer going in circles thanks to a core of forwards under age 25 who form the NHL's most talented young quintet

By Michael Farber



Inside The NHL

Inside The NHL

By Kostya Kennedy

In The Crease

By Pierre McGuire

Inside College Football

Inside College Football

By Ivan Maisel

Pro Basketball [bonus Piece]

No Babe In The Woods New Trail Blazer Scottie Pippen is happy in piney Portland, but he is still dogged by questions about past missteps

By S.L. Price

The NBA Player Who Has Never Scored

By Rick Reilly


The Quiet American John Mayasich was a wizard on ice but never got a shot to prove it in the NHL

By E.M. Swift

Leading Off

The Young And The Relentless Record-breaking 15-year-old Megan Quann has put older rivals in a pickle

By Brian Cazeneuve

All That's Missing Is The Sweat The next generation of simulations is a couple of jukes closer to the real thing

By Gene Menez

A Puncher Hits A Rough Patch Fernando Vargas took some lumps but kept his IBF junior middleweight title

By Richard Hoffer

Victory At Sea Last week Tori Murden became the first woman to row across the Atlantic

By Deborah Moss


Taking Action

By Bill Colson

Scorecard Columbine Wins--IBF Secrets--Nude Soccer Team--The Chutist

By Alan Shipnuck; Seth Davis; Tim Graham; Richard Deitsch Edited by Kevin Cook and Mark Mravic

The Nude Olympics Australia's bigwigs blush over a scandal while its women's soccer team bares all

By Gary Smith

Faces In The Crowd