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September 07, 1992 | Volume 77, Issue 10

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Jerry Rice Cover - Sports Illustrated September 07, 1992

September 07, 1992 | Hank Hersch
And lots of stealing. It all added up to another precarious pennant race for the Toronto Blue Jays, who landed David Cone but failed to slow their rivals

September 07, 1992 | Kelly Whiteside
Julia Trotman is prone to mishaps on land, but she's a winner on the water

September 07, 1992 | Franz Lidz
For nearly 20 years, Brits have been taking to their lawn mowers—and racing them

September 07, 1992 | Edited by Stefanie Scheer
Board

September 07, 1992
Katie Knight-PerryST. PETERSBURG, FLA.Knight-Perry, 57, has won 30 consecutive triathlons in the 55- to 59-year-old division since 1990. Her winning streak includes three national championships...

September 07, 1992 | Tim Kurkjian
Center of Attention

September 07, 1992 | Tim Kurkjian
Follow the Bouncing BallWhen Pirate rookie Tim Wakefield beat the Dodgers' Tom Candiotti 2-0 on Aug. 26, it was the first meeting of two National League knuckleballers since Houston's Joe Niekro...

September 07, 1992 | Rick Telander
Does anybody besides insecure NFL coaches and greedy owners see value in this charade?

September 07, 1992 | Merrell Noden
A team from the Philippines manhandled Long Beach to win the Little League World Series

September 07, 1992 | Peter King

September 07, 1992 | Peter King
The rise of the wideout as a dominant player over the past few years is borne out by these three charts.

September 07, 1992 | Peter King
The Taunts start early for Phoenix Cardinal wide receiver Ricky Proehl on most fall Sundays. "Hey, slow white boy!" opposing cornerbacks scream at him. "You ain't going anywhere today. You ain't...

September 07, 1992 | Peter King
As a 6'2", 220-pound high school senior in Birmingham 10 years ago, Cornelius Bennett was everything the University of Alabama was looking for to maintain its tradition of outstanding tight ends....

September 07, 1992 | William Nack

September 07, 1992
The Dream TeamIt seems sad that during the Olympics, an international competition intended to celebrate amateur athletes, so much attention was focused on the Dream Team, a group of highly paid...

September 07, 1992 | Paul Zimmerman
Lance Alworth and Willie Brown, rivals from the bump-and-run era, recall their classic battles and reflect on today's less-physical game

September 07, 1992
For all the talent at wide receiver, there's no doubt that Jerry Rice of the San Francisco 49ers stands above everyone else. In fact, no other player so dominates his position

September 07, 1992 | Steve Hymon

September 07, 1992 | Jill Lieber

September 07, 1992 | Paul Zimmerman

September 07, 1992 | Paul Zimmerman
In 1959 Vince Lombardi was hired to coach the Green Bay Packers, and he led them to the NFL championship five times during the 1960s. In 1969 the Pittsburgh Steelers hired Chuck Noll, and they won...

September 07, 1992 | Paul Zimmerman
It's very iffy, picking the Dallas Cowboys to go to the Super Bowl. Football people I talk to say, "Not yet, they're still a year away." But I would rather be a year early than a year late, and I...

September 07, 1992 | Paul Zimmerman
When the Chicago Bears played the Steelers in the preseason, a pair of Chicago rookies were impressive: defensive tackle Alonzo Spellman, their first-round pick, who's an agile, relentless pursuit...

September 07, 1992 | Paul Zimmerman
Let's set up two scenarios for the San Francisco 49ers. In the first one Joe Montana returns early in the season with the most famous elbow since the one Charles Barkley gave the Angolan at the...

September 07, 1992 | Peter King
Finding a placekicker who won't choke in the clutch, and then keeping him healthy, are puzzling chores for most teams

September 07, 1992 | Paul Zimmerman
Bikers and Philosophers, fun lovers and deep thinkers—the defense sets the tone for the New York Jets. In pass rushers Dennis Byrd, Jeff Lageman and Marvin Washington, weakside linebacker Mo Lewis...

September 07, 1992 | Paul Zimmerman
It almost looks too easy. The Houston Oilers play 11 games in domed stadiums this year. They have only one cold-weather game, at Cleveland in December. Three of their first four games are at home,...

September 07, 1992 | Paul Zimmerman
The Denver Broncos didn't win the Super Bowl when they had the Orange Crush defense. They didn't win it when they had the Three Amigos. But now, stripped of nicknames, still seeking an identity,...

September 07, 1992 | Paul Zimmerman
AFC

September 07, 1992 | Peter King
He Won't Let It Buffalo Him

September 07, 1992 | Judy Muller

September 07, 1992 | Edited by Richard Demak
The NFL's Trials

September 07, 1992 | Edited by Richard Demak
Yogi Berra, after Milwaukee Brewer manager Phil Garner told him that he had said a Yogi-ism: "What's a Yogi-ism?"

September 07, 1992
The abundance of Marquee Talent moving into offensive skill positions in recent years has created a crying need for some impact players to emerge on defense. So it's noteworthy that of the five...

September 07, 1992 | Ed Hinton