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November 26, 1990 | Volume 73, Issue 22

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated November 26, 1990

November 26, 1990 | William F. Reed
HOME AWAY FROM HOME

November 26, 1990 | William F. Reed
OFFENSE: Stanford's sophomore halfback Glyn Milburn set a Pac-10 all-purpose mark of 379 yards (196 running, 66 on nine pass catches and 123 on four kick returns less six yards lost on a punt...

November 26, 1990 | Peter King
AFTER FURTHER REVIEW

November 26, 1990 | Peter King
ECLIPSING BERNIE

November 26, 1990 | Peter King
Each of the NFC leaders—the Giants, Bears and 49ers—plays its toughest intradivision rival.

November 26, 1990 | Steven Winn
Sport meets improv in madcap competitions staged in theaters and clubs

November 26, 1990 | Liegh Montville
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November 26, 1990 | Duncan Brantley

November 26, 1990 | Sonja Steptoe
Formula One frustrations behind him, Eddie Cheever excels in Indy Cars

November 26, 1990 | Ron Fimrite
The fictional trials of a quixotic college football coach

November 26, 1990 | Robert Horn

November 26, 1990 | Compiled by Amy Nutt
PRO BASKETBALL—The Celtics, leaders in the Atlantic Division, were pounded by the Bucks 119-91 as Larry Bird was held to five points, his lowest total in four years. The next night, Bird scored 45...

November 26, 1990
DWAIN KOSCIELNIAKGAYLORD, MICH.Dwain, a senior tailback and free safety at St. Mary's High, ran for 529 yards on 35 carries and scored four TDs in his final high school game, a 46-28 win over...

November 26, 1990 | William F. Reed
It's time to give black football coaches a chance

November 26, 1990 | Greg Breining
In the realm of failed franchises, Lee Meade has seen it all

November 26, 1990 | Merrell Noden

November 26, 1990 | Ron Fimrite
Catcher Terry Kennedy knows the game and the lore

November 26, 1990 | Kent Black
Artist James Houston designs wildlife sculpture for the Steuben glassworks

November 26, 1990 | Edited by Merrell Noden
A BAD BOOST

November 26, 1990 | Edited by Merrell Noden
•Gregg Jefferies, Mets second baseman, on why he never tells the press what pitch he hit: "I might want to hit it again."

November 26, 1990 | Hank Hersch

November 26, 1990 | Hank Hersch
While coaching at Loyola Marymount, Paul Westhead said that his Lions would score 200 points before the first snowfall in Los Angeles. The Lions did indeed come close to that 200 barrier, whizzing...

November 26, 1990
T-SHIRTS AT NOTRE DAMEIn her story about the Miami-Notre Dame football game (Not So Bitter End, Oct. 29), Sally Jenkins reports that the notorious Miami-baiting T-shirts are banned from sale on...

November 26, 1990 | Paul Zimmerman
The volatile Bills are 9-1 and, for once, are letting their talent do the talking

November 26, 1990 | Sally Jenkins

November 26, 1990 | Bruce Newman
When the association of tennis professionals (ATP) declared "Serfs up!" in 1988 and decided to run the men's tour by itself beginning this year, one of the first things it wanted to find out was...

November 26, 1990 | Douglas S. Looney

November 26, 1990 | Jay Greenberg

November 26, 1990 | Tom Palmer
Ruth and other U.S. stars appear on foreign stamps

November 26, 1990 | Joe Bower
San Francisco dentist Tom Kuhn is a high priest of high-tech yo-yos as well

November 26, 1990 | Sally Jenkins

November 26, 1990 | Peter King

November 26, 1990 | Sam Moses
The driver they call Ironhead, Dale Earnhardt, won his fourth NASCAR title—and a bundle of loot

November 26, 1990 | John Garrity
Gerring and Mochrie, a matched pair, helped win the inaugural Solheim Cup