January 18, 1993
Star-Studded CitiesA Dec. 21 SCORECARD piece raises the question of whether any city boasts three living legends from three different team sports who have the stature of Boston's Bobby Orr, Ted...
To Market We Go
The New York Rangers last week fired coach Roger Neilson (above, right), prompting speculation that Ranger star Mark Messier (above, left) was responsible. So what else is new? Below are some...
•Charles G. McLoughlin in The Boston Globe: "Golf is the only 'sport' where the object is to play as little as possible."
•Jay Leno (right), talk-show host, after the Houston Oilers squandered a 35-3 lead to lose to the Buffalo Bills in the NFL playoffs: "No other team in history has blown a lead that large—except...
San Francisco slipped by Washington in the slop, setting up a date with Dallas in the NFC title game
The Cowboys are the pride of Dallas once more after whipping Philly
Miami's defense escaped Bill Arnsparger's shadow and stuffed San Diego to reach the AFC title game
In a 24-3 win over Pittsburgh, some unheralded Bills kept Buffalo's Super Bowl hopes alive
With the firing of coach Mike Ditka, Chicago football fans lamented the loss of the raging presence who was the last link to their team's storied past
Wayne Gretzky, recovered from a career-threatening injury, is back on the ice
January 18, 1993 | Jack McCallum
During a postfiring media blitz, Mike Ditka proved he could be flat on three networks
January 18, 1993 | Hank Hersch
Jim Jackson, the 6'6" guard from Ohio State who was the fourth pick in the 1992 NBA draft, was to have been the cornerstone of the Dallas Mavericks' future. Dallas management likened Jackson to...
January 18, 1993 | Tim Crothers
January 18, 1993 | Alexander Wolff
PLUCK OF THE IRISH
MENAnfernee Hardaway, a 6'7" junior guard, had a triple-double average of 27.3 points, 14.0 rebounds and 10.0 assists as Memphis State beat Georgia State 97-76, Vanderbilt 84-78 and DePaul 95-93.
January 18, 1993 | Richard Hoffer
When Reggie Jackson is enshrined at Cooperstown, his feats won't fit on just one plaque
January 18, 1993
Eric OlszewskiSPRING, TEXASEric, a senior wide receiver, caught 194 passes for 3,774 yards and scored 45 touchdowns in four years at Concordia Lutheran High. This season he had 69 receptions, good...