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February 03, 1992 | Volume 76, Issue 4

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Mark Rypien Cover - Sports Illustrated February 03, 1992

February 03, 1992 | Rick Telander

February 03, 1992 | Paul Zimmerman
Sure, Mark Rypien was the MVP, and the Washington redskins' offense rang up 417 yards, but it was their defense that really did a number on the Buffalo Bills. First, it stopped Thurman Thomas, the...

February 03, 1992 | Peter King
Having been cursed by coaches during the season and facing yet another threat of repeal by the owners, instant replay was put to the test early in Super Bowl XXVI, and it came through with a...

February 03, 1992 | Peter King
What a virtuoso week it was for Buffalo Bills running back Thurman Thomas, pro football's MVC—most valuable crybaby. Thomas's seventh day in Minneapolis ended with him sitting in front of his...

February 03, 1992 | Leigh Montville
Connecticut's Jim Calhoun will tell you (and tell you) that his Huskies can now step up

February 03, 1992 | Phil Taylor
For most of its first season in the big east. Miami has felt a bit like a fraternity pledge going through hazing—so elated at being allowed into the club that it has taken paddlings from the...

February 03, 1992 | Austin Murphy
Brett Hull's tongue is suddenly as sharp as his goal-scoring skills, which remain second to none

February 03, 1992 | Richard Yallop
Jim Courier and Monica Seles won one, John McEnroe the other

February 03, 1992 | Richard Hoffer

February 03, 1992
Dr. Z's All-Pro TeamI find it rather strange that only one Washington Redskin was selected by Paul Zimmerman for his All-Pro team (Strength in Numbers, Dec. 30-Jan. 6). Has everyone failed to see...

February 03, 1992 | John Garrity

February 03, 1992 | Jack McCallum
Daly Reflections

February 03, 1992 | Phil Taylor
Griz Biz

February 03, 1992 | Phil Taylor
MEN Jesse Ratliff, a 6'6" sophomore forward for North Texas, scored 23 points and grabbed nine rebounds in a 72-59 win over McNeese State, then had 40 points and 22 boards in a 90-72 defeat of...

February 03, 1992 | Curry Kirkpatrick

February 03, 1992 | Edited By Jon Scher
Mackey finally catches a break...The kid's in the Hall...A half-baked parade for the Hurricanes

February 03, 1992
Sheldon ThomasNEWARK, DEL.Sheldon, a senior wrestler at St. Mark's High, beat Chad Feichtel of Easton High in a 119-pound bout to win a state-record 113th career match. He is a three-time state...

February 03, 1992 | Norman Chad
The Mouth That Roared slips quietly—much too quietly—into retirement

February 03, 1992
Mariners at SeaBaseball may not let Nintendo save the Seattle franchise

February 03, 1992
[Thumbs up] To Mike Schenian of Maplewood, Minn., a football fan, for giving his two $150 Super Bowl tickets to the Children's Hospital of St. Paul so that one of its patients (and an escort)...

February 03, 1992
University of Florida football coach Steve Spurrier called Fort Lauderdale Westminster High quarterback Dan Kanell last week to congratulate him after Kanell spurned the Gators' scholarship offer...

February 03, 1992
Lenny Dykstra, Philadelphia Phillie outfielder, when told that his team had dealt unproductive outfielder Von Hayes to the California Angels: "Great trade! Who did we get?"

February 03, 1992
25 Years Ago in Sports IllustratedGreen Bay backup receiver Max McGee was on the Jan. 23, 1967, cover after he caught seven passes in the first Super Bowl to help the NFL's Packers rout the AFL's...

February 03, 1992
Last Tuesday at about 8 p.m., Phoenix Sun guard Kevin Johnson heaved a 75-foot shot through the basket at Chicago Stadium just before the end of the first quarter of a game against the Bulls....

February 03, 1992 | Norman Chad
A Pregame to Remember