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November 16, 1992 | Volume 77, Issue 21

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Thomas Everett Cover - Sports Illustrated November 16, 1992

November 16, 1992
The PlayoffsI would like to commend Tim Kurkjian on his article about the Pittsburgh Pirates' last-inning loss to the Atlanta Braves in Game 7 of the National League Championship Series (The...

November 16, 1992 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
Dribble-Down EconomicsPresident Bush's advisers were wrong when they assured him earlier this year that an economic recovery would bail him out before Election Day, and Treasury Secretary Nicholas...

November 16, 1992 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
Second prize in the Most Unforgiving Remark sweepstakes goes to 41-year-old Toronto Blue Jay star Dave Win-field, who, after the U.S. Marines flew the Canadian flag upside down at the World...

November 16, 1992 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Bernie Lincicome of the Chicago Tribune: "The Heisman Trophy race could use a candidate with a bareknuckle name; Garrison Hearst and Marshall Faulk sound like necktie designers."

November 16, 1992 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
Last week the 300-millionth jockstrap—it will be bronzed, to commemorate the occasion—rolled off the production line at the Bike Athletic Co., the Knoxville, Tenn., firm that lays claim to having...

November 16, 1992 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Vlade Divac (right), the Los Angeles Lakers' 24-year-old center, who reported to training camp at 250, 15 pounds more than last season's weight: "We all get heavier as we get older because...

November 16, 1992 | William Nack

November 16, 1992 | William Nack
On Nov. 15, 1990, when Calumet Farm announced that its great thoroughbred stallion Alydar had been humanely destroyed after he kicked his stall so hard that he shattered his right hind leg, there...

November 16, 1992 | Richard Hoffer

November 16, 1992 | Douglas S. Looney
BC and Kansas, hungry for big-time victories, ate humble pie

November 16, 1992 | Sean Horgan
Following Cecil Fielder's example, a major league all-star team graciously routed its Japanese hosts

November 16, 1992 | Norman Chad
Children are meant to be seen and not heard. Sportswriters are meant to be neither

November 16, 1992 | Paul Zimmerman
The Dallas defense is young, fast, hard-hitting and on the verge of dominating offenses

November 16, 1992 | Peter King
Randall Cunningham sat, Jim McMahon (above) subbed, and the Eagles soared once again

November 16, 1992 | Hank Hersch
Buoyed by sobriety, Lloyd Daniels is reborn as a player—in the NBA

November 16, 1992 | Jon Scher

November 16, 1992 | Lisa Twyman Bessone
The death of two beluga whales in Chicago has intensified the debate about their captivity

November 16, 1992 | Leigh Montville

November 16, 1992 | Peter King
HE'LL BE MISSED

November 16, 1992 | Peter King
Packer wide receiver Sterling Sharpe is thrilled with the offense installed by new coach Mike Holmgren. "No reason he wouldn't be excited," says Holmgren, the former 49er offensive coordinator....

November 16, 1992 | Franz Lidz
Croatia's Goran Ivanisevic is a loose cannon on and off the court, but right now his game is booming

November 16, 1992 | William F. Reed
TAXING POLL

November 16, 1992 | William F. Reed
OFFENSEIn a 69-21 defeat of Maryland, Florida Slate quarterback Charlie Ward, a junior, completed 26 of 37 passes for 395 yards and four IDs and ran for 111 yards and a score.

November 16, 1992 | William F. Reed
PURPLE BLAZE

November 16, 1992 | Fred R. Smith

November 16, 1992 | Beth Schmidt
A robot has been enlisted to better prepare U.S. stars for victories in global table tennis wars

November 16, 1992
Brooke NickellsLIGHTHOUSE POINT, FLA.Nickells, 20, a groom, won the Billings Amateur Trotting Final at Lexington's Red Mile in her first year as a driver by steering Miss Judy Comfort to a...

November 16, 1992 | Sally Jenkins

November 16, 1992 | Richard O'Brien
Swimmers in the U.S. are discovering a new sport: racing while wearing fins

November 16, 1992 | John Walters
In Berwick, Pa., industry has dwindled, but the high school football team remains a mighty machine

November 16, 1992 | Michael Finkel
Rick Stetta's tilts with the manic machines are studies in acrobatic assault

November 16, 1992 | Roy Terrell
A veteran angler explains why he stopped participating in tournaments

November 16, 1992 | Rick Reilly
Bill Clinton has a presidential sporting image to uphold—and jogging just won't do it