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October 04, 1993 | Volume 79, Issue 14

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Boomer Esiason Cover - Sports Illustrated October 04, 1993

October 04, 1993 | Jill Lieber
Over the years, Viking pro bowl cornerback Audray McMillian has purchased several dwellings for tax purposes, but he never truly understood the human element of being a landlord until he invested...

October 04, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
Sydney, Slimly

October 04, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Glen Macnow, in the Philadelphia Inquirer, on word that NBC-TV analyst Joe Gibbs (above) has 20 speaking appearances lined up at a fee of $20,000 each: "That's amazing since, in 12 years as coach...

October 04, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
Latest sign that the collapse of civilization as we know it may be just around the corner: Whitey Ford appeared recently on the Home Shopping Network to hawk Joe DiMaggio (right) autographed bats...

October 04, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Marc Stevens, sportscaster on New York City television station WABC, on the recent no-hitter thrown by Houston Astro righthander Darryl Kyle: "The question is, should it really be considered a...

October 04, 1993 | Gary Smith
<i>Boomer Esiason, the rejuvenated quarterback of the New York Jets, is confronting a new opponent—a disease that has invaded his family.</i>

October 04, 1993 | Rick Reilly

October 04, 1993 | Paul Zimmerman
New quarterback Wade Wilson led the Saints past an old nemesis, the 49ers, in New Orleans

October 04, 1993 | William Nack
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October 04, 1993 | Sonny Barch
I had been in the ring plenty of times, a total of 22 pro fights by the time I fought Tex Cobb, but this was the darndest feeling I ever had out there. I'd never so much as dogged it even during...

October 04, 1993
60 MinutesJohn Schulian's fine article about Chuck Bednarik (Concrete Charlie, Sept. 6) was lacking in only one respect: It failed to mention one of the truly great 60-minute iron men in NFL...

October 04, 1993 | Steve Rushin
The Giants, revived by the bat of Barry Bonds, stood ready for a final assault on the Braves' lead

October 04, 1993 | Tim Kurkjian
Dennis Eckersley, the Oakland A'S ace reliever, says there's nothing worse for a pitcher than a "walk-off," that lonely stroll from the mound after giving up the winning run. As walk-offs go, the...

October 04, 1993 | William F. Reed
On the sideline, as he waits for the moment when he is needed, the nation's finest collegiate placekicker wears a hat with DAVEY ALLISON etched across the front and the late NASCAR driver's car...

October 04, 1993 | Franz Lidz
Damian Austin has the wary eyes of a cardsharp, the aplomb of a matador and the quirky, private smile of a con man. He has traces of Eddie Murphy, Eddie Fisher, Eddie Mustafa Muhammad and Fast...

October 04, 1993 | Bill Beuttler
It's a given that each fall in Elmhurst, Ill., Joe Newton can turn high school freshmen into first-class runners

October 04, 1993 | Peter King

October 04, 1993 | Jill Lieber

October 04, 1993 | Jill Lieber
The Packers' high-profile free-agent signings—Reggie White, Mark Clayton, Bill Maas, Harry Galbreath and Tunch Ilkin—raised expectations in Green Bay but failed to address the team's weakness at...

October 04, 1993 | William F. Reed

October 04, 1993 | William F. Reed
OFFENSEScott Crabtree, a senior quarterback at Northern Illinois, completed 11 of 15 passes for 340 yards and live touchdowns to lead the Huskies to a 46-42 win over Nevada.

October 04, 1993 | Tim Kurkjian

October 04, 1993 | William Nack

October 04, 1993 | Michael Jaffe
The author crows about his golf date with R.E.M.'s Mike Mills, signal rock bassist and sports nut

October 04, 1993 | Steve (Fools) Rushin
The scramble for two new NFL teams has attracted some weird acts—including Elvis

October 04, 1993 | Lisa Twyman Bessone
The Chicago Social Club helps young urbanites compete and meet

October 04, 1993
Nate BlaserMONROE, WIS.