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January 24, 1994 | Volume 80, Issue 3

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Joe Montana Cover - Sports Illustrated January 24, 1994

January 24, 1994 | Edited by Jack McCallum

January 24, 1994 | Edited by Jack McCallum
•THE resignation of Whitey Herzog as general manager of the California Angels on Jan. 12 could result in his return to Kansas City, where he is revered for having led the Royals to a 410-304...

January 24, 1994 | Edited by Jack McCallum
To prove she is tougher than the Houston Oilers and their brawling assistant coach Buddy Ryan, Chief fan Chris Russert last week challenged anyone at her engagement party to trade punches. Lee...

January 24, 1994 | Edited by Jack McCallum
David MayfieldA West Virginia defensive back, on reports that several Mountaineers had themselves tattooed on Bourbon Street before the Sugar Bowl against Florida: "There are no tattoos on my body...

January 24, 1994 | E.M. Swift

January 24, 1994 | Rick Telander

January 24, 1994 | Richard Hoffer
The Oilers were the NFL's hottest team—until they ran into the Chiefs and the NFL's savviest quarterback

January 24, 1994 | Peter King
Satisfying their own lofty expectations, the Cowboys easily beat the Packers to set up a rematch with the 49ers

January 24, 1994 | Paul Zimmerman
The 49ers crushed the Giants and silenced the critics

January 24, 1994 | Phil Taylor
The glory days are over in Los Angeles, where the Lakers now dwell in the Pacific Division cellar

January 24, 1994
Dan DotterweichCEDAR GROVE, N.J.Dotterweich, 85, set world 85-89 age-group swimming records in the 50-meter freestyle (43.86), 50 and 100 backstrokes (56.85 and 2:09.91) and 50 and 100...

January 24, 1994 | Leigh Montville
No Boston Celtic team since 1948-49 had ever lost this many games in a row at home. Six. The Houston Rockets disposed of the Celtics 94-84 on Jan. 12 at the Boston Garden in one of those...

January 24, 1994 | Bruce Newman
A little team 'spirit' helped Wisconsin defeat Purdue and serve notice on the rest of the Big Ten

January 24, 1994 | Austin Murphy
It's no reach to say that Detroit's Sergei Fedorov is the world's top two-way player

January 24, 1994 | Steve Wulf
On a flight to Japan in October 1968, the pilot informed his passengers, many of them members of the St. Louis Cardinal baseball team, that they were crossing the International Date Line. "Timmy...

January 24, 1994 | Michael Finkel
With his gonzo exploits, extreme skier Glen Plake wows legions of fans

January 24, 1994 | Anita Verschoth
Four women won all five of the gold medals that U.S. athletes took home from the 1992 Winter Games in Albertville. Three of these women will be in Lillehammer to defend their Olympic...

January 24, 1994 | Austin Murphy
Meet Las Vegas Thunder center Radek Bonk, the first European to play North American pro hockey at age 17 and, it is suspected, the only pro player in the world whose mother makes him take...

January 24, 1994 | William Oscar Johnson

January 24, 1994

January 24, 1994 | Richard Hoffer
The upstart network says NFL fans have nothing to be afraid of

January 24, 1994 | Hank Hersch
The Shaq of the MAC

January 24, 1994 | Hank Hersch
MenConnecticut's Donyell Marshall, a 6'9" junior forward, had 20 points and 11 rebounds in a 75-67 win over Syracuse and 42 points and 13 boards in an 85-81 defeat of St. John's.

January 24, 1994 | Kelli Anderson
A Last Gasp Victory. Three nights before Wake Forest thwarted Duke's move to the top of the polls with a 69-68 upset last week, the Blue Devils' student section suffered a humiliating defeat of...

January 24, 1994 | Phil Taylor
Big Men, Big Scorers

January 24, 1994 | Alexander Wolff
Coaches would gain more from a college basketball boycott than players would