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January 10, 1983 | Volume 58, Issue 1

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Gregg Garrity Cover - Sports Illustrated January 10, 1983

January 10, 1983 | John Papanek
Penn State's defeat of Georgia ended a long quest for a national title

January 10, 1983 | Pat Putnam
And then there was SMWho, a 7-3 victor over Pitt in a cold and damp Cotton Bowl, the only undefeated major-college team after Penn State's defeat of Georgia, but still the Rodney Dangerfield of...

January 10, 1983 | Craig Neff
Michigan has become our second-biggest rival, right behind USC," UCLA Fullback Frank Bruno said before the Bruins beat the Wolverines for the second time in 98 days, 24-14, in last Saturday's Rose...

January 10, 1983 | Douglas S. Looney
There's a sign in one of the University of Nebraska football offices that reads: I KNOW I'M SOMEBODY 'CAUSE GOD DON'T MAKE NO JUNK. Yet for most of a chaotic Saturday night in the Orange Bowl in...

January 10, 1983 | Anthony Cotton
Now that the wraps are off Runnin' Reggie Theus, sports fans in the Windy City finally have some glamour to clamor for

January 10, 1983 | Robert H. Boyle
Then pay attention to Joe DeFalco, 'Famous Author, Hunter and Lecturer,' who's shot more than 100 deer, cut up 10,000 and made a million friends

January 10, 1983 | Philip G. Howlett
Considering that John Underwood has written articles on athletic shoe company payoffs, various abuses in college athletics, shady dealings in sports arena concessions, football violence and, most...

January 10, 1983 | Paul Zimmerman
In this season of labor unrest, the NFL was only good for cheap thrills

January 10, 1983 | Paul Zimmerman
The strike scrambled the 1982 All-Pro picture. The great runners—Earl Campbell. Walter Payton, Tony Dorsett, Billy Sims—were hardly heard from. The Cowboys' Randy White, everyone's automatic...

January 10, 1983 | Paul Zimmerman

January 10, 1983 | Happy Fine
Tiny Chaminade pulled the upset of the ages by beating No. 1 Virginia

January 10, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf

January 10, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
WAYMAN TISDALE: The 6'9" Oklahoma freshman, who had 102 points and 43 rebounds in three Rainbow Classic games, led his team to a 96-85 third-place win over Hawaii with 44 points and 17 boards.

January 10, 1983 | John Underwood

January 10, 1983
4—Ronald C. Modra9—Illustration by Sam Q. Weissman14, 15—Manny Rubio16—Andy Hayt (top), Manny Rubio17—Heinz Kluetmeier (top), Andy Hayt18—Heinz Kluetmeier (top), John Iacono19—Andy Hayt20—Manny...

January 10, 1983
KATE MARTINWOBURN, MASS.Martin, a senior All-America forward on Harvard's field hockey team, broke the school career scoring record with 33 goals in 60 games. Last year, she co-captained the...

January 10, 1983 | Compiled by ROB BUCHANAN
BASKETBALL—Philadelphia's Moses Malone returned to Houston for the first time since having been traded by the Rockets in September. A sellout crowd was on hand to watch him score 24 points—five...

January 10, 1983 | Edited by Gay Flood
YOUNG GRETZKYSir:Congratulations to SPORTS ILLUSTRATED for having the good taste to choose Wayne Gretzky as 1982's Sportsman of the Year (Greatness Confirmed, Dec. 27-Jan. 3), and congratulations...

January 10, 1983 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer

January 10, 1983 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Bobby Knight, Indiana's basketball coach, asked at a luncheon what part of coaching he liked best: "Dealing with the press. After the demands of a game, my mind needs a rest."