WHO AND WHAT WERE UP OR DOWN LAST WEEK
Jerry Falwell. Puts fear of God in NCAA, which clarifies no-prayer-in-end-zone rule; pious Liberty trounces West Virginia Tech 76-6.
Filthy-rich golfers. Trump this: The Donald plans 75-member country club with $250,000 initiation fee for his Westchester estate.
NBA Union. High turnout and exit-polling suggest "no" vote to decertify; Charles, Shaq appear to outpolitick Michael, Patrick.
Justin Gimelstob. Eighteen-year-old UCLA frosh, with 4.0 GPA in first term, aces Open debut. Could he be tennis's Tiger Woods?
Dan Marino. Dolphin QB'S stock in owner Huizenga's new waste management firm quintuples; three TD passes idle Jets.
Paul Wagner. Buc righty and NL loss leader comes within strike of no-hitting Rockies before lead-footed Galarraga legs one out.
Walter Byers. Ex- NCAA czar rips organization in forthcoming book. like McNamara on Vietnam: Now he tells us.
Three Seahawks. Coach Erickson, angry at players' sideline munching during preseason finale, fines each a grand for hotdogging it; steamed, wiener trade group defends players.
Transistor radios. Kansas- Cincinnati football game marks first cybercast on Internet. Ever try hiding a laptop under your pillow?