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November 29, 1993 | Volume 79, Issue 22

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated November 29, 1993

November 29, 1993 | Edited by Jack McCallum
Zeke and Lamb

November 29, 1993 | Edited by Jack McCallum
A recent observation from crusty former Boston Bruin coach Don Cherry (left), now the TV analyst for Hockey Night in Canada: "Once upon a time...we had a rough-and-tumble game when everyone took...

November 29, 1993 | Edited by Jack McCallum
•Bob Hoying, Ohio State quarterback, after a 23-17 victory over Indiana on Nov. 13 clinched a share of the Big Ten championship for the Buckeyes: "I'm really happy for Coach Cooper and the guys...

November 29, 1993 | William F. Reed

November 29, 1993 | Austin Murphy
Feeling overlooked and underrated, undefeated West Virginia made its big move at Miami's expense

November 29, 1993 | Hank Hersch

November 29, 1993 | Richard Hoffer
Heather Farr lost her life to breast cancer, but not without putting up a gallant fight

November 29, 1993 | Alexander Wolff
Tar Heel Rasheed Wallace heads a squadron of first-year big men who, because of their remarkable range and mobility, promise to take the game to new heights

November 29, 1993
NBA PreviewRick Telander's straight-forward story about Dennis Rodman (Demolition Man, Nov. 8) was terrific. To know Dennis, as Detroit did for seven years, is to love Dennis. It's just too bad...

November 29, 1993

November 29, 1993 | Greg Breining
Each fall South Dakota's Custer State Park recruits would-be buckaroos for its bison roundup

November 29, 1993 | Hank Hersch
North Carolina stands head and shoulders above the field as it seeks a second straight NCAA title

November 29, 1993 | Hank Hersch
1. NORTH CAROLINA2. ARKANSAS3. DUKE4. KENTUCKY5. TEMPLE6. GEORGIA TECH7. LOUISVILLE8. MICHIGAN9. CALIFORNIA10. OKLAHOMA STATE11. UCLA12. MINNESOTA13. KANSAS14. GEORGETOWN15. MASSACHUSETTS16....

November 29, 1993 | William F. Reed
When all the shouting is over, one of eight unranked contenders could have a breakthrough year and qualify as this season's Cinderella

November 29, 1993 | Bruce Newman
Two years ago David Vaughn arrived at Memphis State after a high school career that had made him one of the most-touted recruits in the nation. If he harbored any doubts about his choice of...

November 29, 1993 | Hank Hersch
When Utah coach Rick Majerus was first asked if he was interested in Ma Jian, as Majerus recalls, he thought he was being asked about an order of Chinese takeout. He soon learned that the Chinese...

November 29, 1993 | Kelly Whiteside
Seated in the stands near the Loyola College bench at most home games in Baltimore is a group of deaf fans who have a special relationship with Greyhound point guard Tracy Bergan. During timeouts...

November 29, 1993 | Kelli Anderson

November 29, 1993 | David Butwin
Been on a fun run lately? Chances are you received a trophy suggestive of a loftier feat, but so it goes

November 29, 1993 | Kelli Anderson
Forget all the talk about parity. One of the game's traditional powers will plow through the NCAA tournament's expanded field of 64 teams

November 29, 1993 | Kelli Anderson
1. TENNESSEE2. VANDERBILT3. AUBURN4. LOUISIANA TECH5. SOUTHERN CAL6. STANFORD7. PENN STATE8. NORTH CAROLINA9. KANSAS10. OHIO STATE

November 29, 1993 | Hank Hersch
Cal State—Bakersfield may not have the glitz of schools in L.A., but it does have the hottest basketball program—for its size—in the state

November 29, 1993 | Hank Hersch
1. CAL STATE—BAKERSFIELD2. VIRGINIA UNION3. NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL4. NEW HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE5. PHILADELPHIA TEXTILE6. SOUTH DAKOTA7. BRIDGEPORT8. SOUTHERN INDIANA9. TAMPA10. CENTRAL OKLAHOMA

November 29, 1993 | Michael Jaffe
Holy (purple) cow, after 32 years of self-imposed exile from postseason play, Williams can once again compete for the national title

November 29, 1993 | Michael Jaffe
1. ROWAN2. FRANKLIN & MARSHALL3. JOHNS HOPKINS4. RHODES5. SUNY GENESEO6. NEW YORK UNIVERSITY7. OHIO NORTHERN8. WILLIAMS9. NEW JERSEY TECH10. WISCONSIN-PLATTEVILLE

November 29, 1993 | James Rodewald
After a long layoff, Rebecca Twigg won a medal in Barcelona and a fifth world title this summer

November 29, 1993 | Alexander Wolff

November 29, 1993 | Peter King
THE OTHER SHULA

November 29, 1993 | Nicholas Dawidoff
Junior Conway of Los Angeles, a.k.a. the Degas of the Driveway, takes pains you wouldn't believe

November 29, 1993 | Stephanie Diaz
The Paradise Ranch Racing School in California is a mecca for a passel of dreamers

November 29, 1993 | Rick Lipsey
Former Steeler great Franco Harris is turning out a nutritionally correct doughnut

November 29, 1993
William BellJONESBORO, ARK.Bell, 71, a retired pathologist, surpassed his own state pole vault record in the 70-to-74 age bracket by one inch with a vault of 9'1" at the Arkansas Senior Olympics...

November 29, 1993 | Michael Finkel
In the fervent world of pigeon racing, top birds command big bucks

November 29, 1993 | William F. Reed
A NEW OLD RIVALRY

November 29, 1993 | William F. Reed
OFFENSEScott Semptimphelter, a senior at Lehigh, completed 27 of 43 passes for 373 yards and six TDs as the Engineers beat Lafayette 39-14 and won their first Patriot League title.

November 29, 1993 | Steve Rushin
Lusting after recruits, college basketball coaches resort to epistles, poetry and pestering