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October 03, 1994 | Volume 81, Issue 14

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Michael Westbrook Cover - Sports Illustrated October 03, 1994

October 03, 1994
David DarmitzelSANTA FE, N.MEX.

October 03, 1994 | Edited by Jack McCallum

October 03, 1994 | Edited by Jack McCallum
With two victories last weekend the North Carolina women's soccer team extended its mind-boggling winning streak to 91 games. Here's how the Tar Heels stack up against some other historic streakers.

October 03, 1994 | Edited by Jack McCallum
Quaker Oats, manufacturer and distributor of Gatorade, is finalizing a three-year, $30,000 deal that will make the beverage the "official sports drink" of the Arkansas High School Coaches Association.

October 03, 1994 | Edited by Jack McCallum
Lou WhitakerThe Detroit Tiger second baseman, on his arrival at a players' union meeting in a stretch limo: "I'm rich. What am I supposed to do, hide it? This is me, just like Tom Selleck."

October 03, 1994 | Tim Layden
Kordell Stewart's game-ending 64-yard touchdown pass to Michael Westbrook was part desperation, part destiny—and all Colorado needed to Stun Michigan

October 03, 1994 | S.L. Price
You could count on death and taxes, and Miami in the Orange Bowl, until Washington laid waste to a streak and a mystique

October 03, 1994 | Mark Kram

October 03, 1994 | Hugh McIlvanney
Oliver McCall's knockout of Lennox Lewis regained control of the heavies for Don King

October 03, 1994 | Mark Mulvoy
Monet painted his Water Lilies with failing eyesight. Beethoven composed his Ninth Symphony despite total deafness. Given those precedents, the unorthodox approach to painting taken several years...

October 03, 1994 | Phil Taylor
That's the most pressing of many questions bouncing around the NBA as teams head to camp

October 03, 1994 | Michael Ray Taylor
The perils of cave diving didn't spare even the sport's greatest star

October 03, 1994 | John Ed Bradley

October 03, 1994 | E. M. Swift

October 03, 1994
You mean to tell me that an offensive lineman is the most important player on the field?SAGE ROSENFELS, MAQUOKETA, IOWA

October 03, 1994 | Peter King
Overachievers

October 03, 1994 | Peter King
The first casualty of the new kickoff rules could be Pittsburgh's Gary Anderson, one of the best kickers of all time. He's having great difficulty adjusting to the one-inch tee (down from three...

October 03, 1994 | Brad Herzog
Middle-sized Cadets often appear in lightweight football's Anthracite Bowl

October 03, 1994 | John Walters
Leaders of the Pac

October 03, 1994 | John Walters
OffenseUSC sophomore Shawn Walters had 207 yards and three TDs on 31 carries in a 37-27 defeat of Baylor. The last Trojan to gain that many yards in a game was Marcus Allen in 1981.

October 03, 1994 | Rick Reilly
In all fairness, what's an anniversary celebration without a few party poopers?