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November 25, 1991 | Volume 75, Issue 23

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Christian Laettner Cover - Sports Illustrated November 25, 1991

November 25, 1991 | Phil Taylor
Several conferences have a new look after an off-season of mergers and acquisitions, defections and divisions. The Sun Belt lost five teams, then merged with the American South. The Metro lost...

November 25, 1991 | William F. Reed
The players from Virginia union in Richmond knew they had a dynamite team because, after all, last season they had advanced to the Division II Final Four with a junior transfer and four red-shirt...

November 25, 1991 | William F. Reed
1. Virginia Union2. Bellarmine3. North Alabama4. Bridgeport5. Philadelphia Textile 6. North Dakota7. Johnson C. Smith8. Florida Southern9. Kentucky Wesleyan10. Cal State-Bakersfield

November 25, 1991 | William F. Reed
The Editorial cartoonist of the Anchor, the student newspaper of Hope College in Holland, Mich., never directs his sarcasm toward the school's basketball coach, Glenn Van Wieren, even though Van...

November 25, 1991 | William F. Reed
1. Franklin & Marshall2. Calvin3. Wisconsin—Platteville4. Hamilton5. UC-San Diego6. Scranton7. Salem State8. Emory & Henry9. Hope10. Rochester

November 25, 1991 | Hank Hersch
Four Autumns ago Penn State coach Rene Portland drove the half hour it takes to get from Doddridge County High in West Union, W.Va.—HOME OF THE MOST FRIENDLY AND COURTEOUS STUDENTS IN WEST...

November 25, 1991 | Hank Hersch
1. Tennessee2. Virginia3. Penn State4. Western Kentucky5. Auburn 6. Georgia7. Vanderbilt8. Stanford9. Lamar10. Connecticut

November 25, 1991 | Alexander Wolff
In the Tumbleweed-Strewn precincts in which junior college basketball flourishes, there are two very different schools of thought regarding Connors State College and its men's basketball team....

November 25, 1991 | Alexander Wolff
1. Garden City2. Odessa3. Southern Idaho4. Allegany5. Seminole6. Rend Lake7. Butler County8. Imperial Valley9. Aquinas10. Barton County

November 25, 1991 | Phil Taylor
Hard Lessons

November 25, 1991 | Peter King
They Even Played Football

November 25, 1991 | Peter King
In the last eight years, Maryland has produced five quarterbacks who are playing in the NFL, including three who started in Sunday's games. The rest of the ACC combined has four alumni...

November 25, 1991 | Peter King
Scout's Honor

November 25, 1991 | William F. Reed
Bowl Race Disgrace

November 25, 1991 | William F. Reed
OFFENSETy Detmer, Brigham Young's senior quarterback and last year's Heisman Trophy winner, completed 31 of 54 passes for 599 yards and six TDs as the Cougars overcame a 28-point deficit to tie...

November 25, 1991 | Austin Murphy

November 25, 1991 | Edited by Jon Scher
GroundedIntrepid British ski jumper Eddie (the Eagle) Edwards, whose flamboyant last-place finishes at the 1988 Winter Olympics made him a worldwide cult hero. Embarrassed by the pink-spectacled...

November 25, 1991
John WerleSAN MATEO, CALIF.Werle, 47, coached the girls' volleyball team at San Francisco University High to its 100th win in 101 matches. His Red Devils' lone loss was to Crystal Springs Uplands...

November 25, 1991 | Sally Jenkins
To many women, Earvin Johnson's behavior was simply irresponsible

November 25, 1991 | Richard Demak

November 25, 1991 | Leo W. Banks
Need a lift? An invention helps spectators in wheelchairs follow the action

November 25, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak

November 25, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
[Thumb Up]To the Continental Basketball Association, for joining with the National Consortium for Academics and Sports at Northeastern University to provide CBA players with free tuition to...

November 25, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
There's Air Force One, the President's plane, and now there's North Stars Won, the charter plane for Minnesota's 1991 Stanley Cup runner-ups. On Oct. 19, after the North Stars were defeated 5-2 by...

November 25, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
Tattoos. In some cultures they are decoration, in others they're an indication of status. Sometimes they're the indelible reminders of a drunken evening or a tour in the merchant marine. Here are...

November 25, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh Steeter coach, expressing disapproval of quarterbacks-who scramble: "We don't want jazz musicians. We want classical musicians."

November 25, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
The cover of our Nov. 30, 1981, issue, the college basketball preview, featured North Carolina coach Dean Smith and four starters from the team that would go on that season to give Smith his only...

November 25, 1991 | Austin Murphy

November 25, 1991 | John Papanek
The Wastebasket in the far corner of assistant Photo Editor Brad Smith's office is surrounded by crumpled pieces of paper. Further inspection reveals that there's nothing in the basket. It's not...

November 25, 1991 | Leigh Montville
It was, oh, brother, an NHL record—Most Sutters Involved, One Game: Six

November 25, 1991 | Paul Zimmerman
The up-and-down New York Giants were headed in the right direction again after a 22-9 victory over the Dallas Cowboys

November 25, 1991 | Phil Taylor

November 25, 1991
Braves and TomahawksIn response to the justifiable outcry of Native Americans over the Atlanta Braves' name and the offensive use of the tomahawk symbol (POINT AFTER, Oct. 28), I suggest the...

November 25, 1991 | Curry Kirkpatrick

November 25, 1991 | Alexander Wolff

November 25, 1991 | Phil Taylor

November 25, 1991 | Jill Lieber

November 25, 1991 | Shelley Smith
As good as Lisa Leslie is, on many nights she is not even the best player in Los Angeles. For two years running, Rehema Stephens, a 5'11" senior guard for UCLA, has led the Pac-10 in scoring. Last...

November 25, 1991 | Franz Lidz

November 25, 1991 | Curry Kirkpatrick