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September 25, 2000

Cover Photograph by Simon Bruty
Previous Issues

 

 
BASEBALL
Inside Baseball
 
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Inside College Football
 
HOCKEY
Inside the NHL

In the Crease
 

PRO FOOTBALL
Inside the NFL

Dr. Z's Forecast
 

SCORECARD
Mining Woods For Gold
 
LIFE OF REILLY
The Biggest Hurdle in Sydney
 
Other articles in this week's issue
 
SUMMER OLYMPICS
Torch Song
Cynicism about the Games ran high in Sydney until the Olympic flame neared the city, and the citizens fell in love
By Gary Smith

Fast Lanes
Australia's Ian Thorpe was the hit of a record-smashing pool party until others began horning in on his fun
By Leigh Montville

Testing the Waters
Triathlon, one of the new events in Sydney and one of the toughest, set the tone for a high-spirited Games
By Tim Layden

Mighty Mite
Tiffeny Milbrett gave the U.S. women's soccer team a kick start
By Grant Wahl

  BASEBALL
Straight A's Student
Oakland's Tim Hudson is the class of young pitchers
By Jeff Pearlman

COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Very Upsetting
UCLA and quarterback Ryan McCann beat a top team-again
By Austin Murphy

PRO FOOTBALL
Up and Running
Brian Griese and the Broncos have reversed their fortunes
By Michael Silver

SPORTS JOURNALISM
Heavyweight Champion Of the Word
In an era of celebrated sportswriters in the U.S., W.C. Heinz may have been the best
By Jeff MacGregor


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