In a belated—and victorious—home opener, the Dolphins gave Miami fans a welcome respite from the hardships caused by Hurricane Andrew
On a practice field rimmed by wind-torn buildings and huge mounds of rubble, with a cluster of Army tents visible on a vacant lot 300 yards away and military relief helicopters clattering...
September 28, 1992 | Ron Fimrite
September 28, 1992 | Sally Jenkins
September 28, 1992 | Jill Lieber
September 28, 1992 | Leigh Montville
September 28, 1992
Football BestsI enjoyed your article about the best ingredients for a football program (Nothing but the Best, Aug. 31), but I was surprised that you passed over the Florida Gators as the top...
NO TENNESSEE WALTZ
OFFENSE: Toledo quarterback Kevin Meger, a senior, set school records for attempts (52) and completions (33) as he passed for 305 yards and a TD in the Rockets' 33-29 upset of Purdue in West...
Four-year-old Sultry Song topped the charts at Belmont with an easy win in the Woodward Stakes
A CAREER AFTERNOON
Who's Most Valuable?
Three's the CharmOn Sunday the Phillies' Mickey Morandini executed the ninth unassisted triple play in baseball history and the first since Washington Senator shortstop Ron Hansen had one in 1968....
September 28, 1992 | Alexander Wolff
September 28, 1992 | Kelly Whiteside
More than any other state, Washington has made gratifying strides toward achieving gender equity
Female athletes fared worse than males did when the University of Massachusetts trimmed expenses
September 28, 1992 | Kelly Anderson
At Talladega County High in Alabama, the girls had to fund their basketball team and then fight for its survival
The prospects for women in college coaching and administrative jobs have become especially bleak
September 28, 1992 | Edited by SALLY GUARD
WonBy Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive lineman Alan Page, 47, the primary for a seat on the Minnesota Supreme Court. Page, who played for the Vikings from 1967 to '78 and the Bears from '78 to...
September 28, 1992
Donnie GillespieLEXINGTON, KY.Donnie, 12, a pitcher for South Lexington, threw a two-hitter and went 3 for 4 with two homers—one a grand slam—and eight RBIs in a 9-2 win over Miami in the Babe...
A woman goalie in the NHL? Martina vs. Jimbo? Let's stop the gender-bending sideshows
Birth of a Nation
Reggie Johnson, 256-pound Denver Bronco tight end, on his 34-yard return of a San Diego Charger squib kickoff: "When I started out I looked like Barry Sanders, and when I finished I looked like...