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August 26, 1991 | Volume 75, Issue 9

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David Klingler Cover - Sports Illustrated August 26, 1991

August 26, 1991 | Jeff Bradley
For half a dozen years, the Pittsburg State (Kans.) Gorillas have treated their regular-season opponents like so many helpless Samsonite suitcases. They've slammed, bashed and thrown 55 straight...

August 26, 1991 | John Walters
There's something warm and fuzzy about Division III. The toughest stadium to win in on the road is named Welcome, and the toughest coach to play against is named Manlove. Coaches in the division...

August 26, 1991 | Bruce Newman

August 26, 1991 | Tim Kurkjian

August 26, 1991 | Tim Kurkjian
Green Beret for a RedbirdDuring spring training, Cardinals utility man Rex Hudler, the most hard-nosed player in baseball, jokingly told St. Louis trainer Gene Gieselmann that if he didn't make...

August 26, 1991 | Timothy Crothers
After a cardiac arrest that seemed to have snuffed out his life, MacKenzie Phillips is bidding to be a defensive standout for Arkansas

August 26, 1991 | Doug Nufer
Bob Robertson broadcasts baseball games the old-fashioned way—making it up as he goes along

August 26, 1991 | Edited by Michael Jaffe
IntroducedTo Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda, tennis ace Monica Seles, before the Dodgers' 3-2 win over the Cincinnati Reds on Aug. 12. Seles had paid $2,300 at a charity auction for the...

August 26, 1991
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August 26, 1991 | William F. Reed
The line on legalizing sports gambling? The author says it's a bad idea

August 26, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf

August 26, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
[Thumb Up]To PGA champion John Daly, for donating $30,000 of his $230,000 first prize to establish a scholarship fund for the two daughters of Thomas Weaver, a spectator who was killed by...

August 26, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
Roger McDowell, reliever recently traded by the Phillies to the Dodgers, when the Phils won their first 12 games after dealing him: "If they had just traded me the day before the season started,...

August 26, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
Jim Wacker, TCU football coach, was talking about some of his players the other day: "Roosevelt Collins is a commercial graphics major and says the course he's enjoyed most is nude painting. When...

August 26, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
Alabama coach Paul (Bear) Bryant, along with his trademark hat, made the Aug. 15, 1961, cover. In the first of a five-part series, Bryant recalled a letter he once received from Bob Gain, one of...

August 26, 1991 | Hank Hersch

August 26, 1991 | Merrell Noden
Host Cuba powered its way to the gold medal in Pan Am Games baseball

August 26, 1991 | William F. Reed

August 26, 1991
With pass-happy quarterbacks like Houston's David Klingler (page 50) taking: to the skies, an enormous burden falls on the defensive back, who must be strong enough to tangle with a tight end and...

August 26, 1991 | John Papanek
Assistant art director Craig Gartner, who designed this week's College Football Preview package (he created its look by choosing the typography, sizing the photos and laying out the stories), can...

August 26, 1991

August 26, 1991 | William Jeanes
FDR let baseball continue, so we had a pastime played by graybeards, no-beards and other marvels

August 26, 1991 | Bruce Anderson
Night after night, the angel of the parking precincts is Kevin (I'll Find Your) Carr

August 26, 1991 | Bruce Newman
Quarterback David Klingler of Houston gets free rein from his exuberant coach John Jenkins

August 26, 1991 | Curry Kirkpatrick

August 26, 1991
Growing Pains?I know nothing about the Vikings' Keith Millard other than what I read in Jill Lieber's story Deep Scars (July 29). There can be no excuse for the self-centered behavior she...

August 26, 1991 | Hank Hersch
Greg Skrepenak is the brute force behind No. 1 Michigan

August 26, 1991 | William F. Reed

August 26, 1991 | Austin Murphy
How good is Tennessee receiver Carl Pickens? Just ask him

August 26, 1991

August 26, 1991 | Tim Crothers
starts out tied for first, the saying goes. Then the season begins, and well before the first frost, the college football landscape starts taking on a familiar look. Oh, there are the surprises,...

August 26, 1991 | Jeff Bradley
Because it is a I-AA independent from the South, William and Mary has heard more than enough about Georgia Southern, the two-time defending national champion and winner of four of the past six...