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January 28, 1991 | Volume 74, Issue 3

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Ottis Anderson Cover - Sports Illustrated January 28, 1991

January 28, 1991 | Peter King
Dan Dierdorf does not want to be typecast

January 28, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf

January 28, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
•Dr. Arnold Scheller, Celtics team physician and a reserve major with the 1125th U.S. Army Hospital unit, which may be called up for service in the Persian Gulf: "The team I'm taking care of will...

January 28, 1991 | Paul Zimmerman

January 28, 1991 | Rick Reilly
After a seven-year wait, Jeff Hostetler proved he's an NFL quarterback as the Giants beat the 49ers for the NFC title

January 28, 1991 | Peter King
The Bills' flier on Thurman Thomas and his bum knee came up solid gold as Buffalo blew out the Raiders

January 28, 1991 | Steve Rushin

January 28, 1991 | Jay Greenberg

January 28, 1991
SPORTSMANAnyone who doubted the appropriateness of Joe Montana as your Sportsman of the Year will reconsider when they read Leigh Montville's story An American Dream (Dec. 24). Montville has...

January 28, 1991 | Wilton Barnhardt
Floridian Ted St. Martin has parlayed an astonishing talent into a unique career

January 28, 1991 | Pat Putnam
Out to prove himself after his lone loss, Meldrick Taylor wrested the WBA welterweight title from Aaron Davis

January 28, 1991 | Jack McCallum
ALL-STAR ADDITIONS

January 28, 1991 | Phil Taylor
A LITTLE BIT OF MAGIC

January 28, 1991 | Phil Taylor
MENMalik Sealy, a 6'8" junior forward for St. John's, averaged 35 points and 10.5 rebounds while playing all 85 minutes as the Redmen defeated Providence 85-79 in overtime and squeaked past No. 16...

January 28, 1991 | Robert H. Boyle
Beretta's Rinascimento series is gunsmithing at its finest

January 28, 1991 | Duncan Brantley
Why, it's the U.S. maxi yacht that dominated the worlds

January 28, 1991
On the silver anniversary of the Super Bowl, the disparate fates of Percy Howard (left), Joe Namath, Doug Williams and Timmy Smith, best remembered for their feats in the nations premier sporting...

January 28, 1991 | Paul Zimmerman

January 28, 1991 | Steve Wulf

January 28, 1991 | Jill Lieber

January 28, 1991 | Paul Zimmerman
The NFL has gourmets who appreciate great grapes as much as great games

January 28, 1991 | Compiled by Amy Nutt
PRO BASKETBALL—It was a tough week for the Celtics, leaders in the Atlantic Division, whose 18-game home winning streak was snapped. The Warriors, led by Tim Hardaway's 37 points, won 110-105 at...

January 28, 1991 | Compiled by Amy Nutt
JACK NEWARKBULLHEAD CITY, ARIZ.Jack, 10, scored seven goals as Bullhead City beat Kingman 9-1 in an American Youth Soccer Organization match (10-11 age group). In a 10-game season, Jack scored 41...

January 28, 1991 | Leigh Montville
The chilling advent of war puts sports in perspective