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Online articles from the magazine
 
Oct. 25, 1999

Cover photograph by
Al Tielemans
Previous Issues

 
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Inside College Basketball
 
GOLF PLUS
The Week: Oct. 12-18

My Shot

Teeing Off
 

 
OUR FAVORITE GAMES
Moments We Remember
Some contests put the lie to the phrase "It's only a game." We've seen miracles on ice and elsewhere
By Richard Hoffer

The Top 20
 

PRO FOOTBALL
Inside the NFL

Dr. Z's Forecast
 

MOTOR SPORTS
Inside Motor Sports

Spotlight: Greg Ray
 

COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Inside College Football

Spotlight: Ronald Jean
 

OLYMPIC SPORTS
Inside Olympic Sports

Spotlight: Stephen Neal
 

Other articles in this week's issue
 
BASEBALL
Out at Home
In the American League, the Yankees gave the Red Sox a day of glory and then dispatched them
By Tom Verducci

No Backing Down
In a National League series marked by superb pitching and a 15-inning nail-biter, the Braves led the Mets 3-2
By Michael Bamberger

PRO FOOTBALL
Fall from Grace
The once proud 49ers looked more than ever like a franchise in decline
By Michael Silver

HOCKEY
Hitting the Skids
The storied Canadiens, their dynasty in shambles, have no one to blame but themselves
By Michael Farber

 

COLLEGE FOOTBALL
She's Not There
Kansas State assistant coach Phil Bennett's wife won't be at his games any longer
By John Ed Bradley

Technical Knockout
Defensive end Corey Moore has led Virginia Tech to giddy new heights in the national polls
By Michael Farber

WILT CHAMBERLAIN, 1936-1999
A Gentle Goliath
Wilt Chamberlain might have been even better had he possessed a mean streak
By Frank Deford

OUR FAVORITE GAMES
Life and Sudden Death
The 1982 playoff between the Chargers and Dolphins changed at least a few people's lives
By Rick Reilly


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