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October 26, 1992 | Volume 77, Issue 18

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John Smoltz Cover - Sports Illustrated October 26, 1992

October 26, 1992
Neil ChanceLILLINGTON, N.C.Chance, 19, led the U.S. to a 1-2 finish in the long jump at the world junior track and field championships. He leaped 25'10", 1½" farther than the jump of silver...

October 26, 1992 | Edited by Bruce Newman
Deion's Big Splash

October 26, 1992 | Edited by Bruce Newman
Lawrence Taylor, 33-year-old New York Giant linebacker, on aging: "When you get old, everything is hurting. When I get up in the morning, it sounds like I'm making popcorn."

October 26, 1992 | Steve Rushin
The Atlanta Braves earned a place in the World Series with the most stunning comeback in playoff history

October 26, 1992 | Tim Kurkjian
Just one more out and the Pittsburgh Pirates would have been in the World Series. Instead they're in mourning

October 26, 1992 | Steve Rushin

October 26, 1992 | Tim Kurkjian
An hour before game 7 of the National League Championship Series, Toronto executive vice-president Pat Gillick called Atlanta skipper Bobby Cox, who had managed under Gillick for four years in...

October 26, 1992 | Steve Wulf
They already had his and hers gold medals. On Sunday night Ed Sprague picked up another little memento for the trophy room of the house that he and his wife, U.S. synchronized-swimming sweetheart...

October 26, 1992 | Alison Gordon
As the Fall Classic makes its debut in Canada, a neighbour from the north offers a few polite (naturally) pointers

October 26, 1992 | Norman Chad
Tim McCarver makes a non-candidate wish he had a hearing aid he could turn off

October 26, 1992 | Rick Telander

October 26, 1992 | Jon Scher

October 26, 1992 | Ed Hinton
A Paul Bryant disciple has the Crimson Tide reliving its glory days

October 26, 1992 | William F. Reed

October 26, 1992 | William F. Reed
OFFENSEGarrison Hearst, a junior running back at Georgia, rushed for 246 yards on 21 carries, including touchdown runs of 71 and 55 yards, to lead the Bulldogs to a 30-20 victory over Vanderbilt.

October 26, 1992 | Peter King

October 26, 1992 | Peter King
GREAT SCOTT

October 26, 1992 | Steve Hymon
Michael Andretti, like his dad, Mario, is going from Indy Cars to Formula One

October 26, 1992 | Jane Bachman Wulf
Here's living proof that playing the World Series at night is unfair—and misguided

October 26, 1992
Tony MandarichJust add Tony Mandarich (Tony the Terrible, Sept. 28) to the growing list of highly touted college football players who, once their ridiculous salary demands are met, end up riding...