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November 14, 1994 | Volume 81, Issue 20

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George Foreman Cover - Sports Illustrated November 14, 1994

November 14, 1994 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Richard O'Brien

November 14, 1994 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Richard O'Brien
Wayne Huizenga, owner of the Marlins and the Panthers, is planning an amusement complex around a ballpark and hockey arena in Florida. Detroit Red Wing owner and pizza mogul Mike Hitch envisions a...

November 14, 1994 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Richard O'Brien
At Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo, Calif., the uniforms of the men's basketball team will bear the logo of Discovery Dining, a West Coast restaurant club, which has paid $5,000 to become the...

November 14, 1994 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Richard O'Brien
Tom FitzGeraldSportswriter for the San Francisco Chronicle, after his paper went on strike last week: "I always wanted to know what it would be like to be a major league baseball player."

November 14, 1994 | Bruce Newman

November 14, 1994 | Shelley Smith

November 14, 1994 | Peter King
The Showdown

November 14, 1994 | Peter King
Every time an NFL official blows a call, people begin to get nostalgic for the instant-replay system that the league used from 1986 to '91. In recent weeks the Giants, Steelers and Saints have all...

November 14, 1994 | Franz Lidz
Llama racing has its own Triple Crown winner, a fleet fur ball named Clancy

November 14, 1994 | Mark Jacobs
Konstantine Starikovitch aims to be the first ex-Soviet on a U.S. Olympic team

November 14, 1994 | Susan Davis
For two decades Bruce Davidson has been the king of three-day eventing

November 14, 1994 | Michael Finkel
Each fall, players in a New England classic get down and indescribably dirty

November 14, 1994 | Ron Fimrite

November 14, 1994 | John Walters
The Ties That Bind

November 14, 1994 | John Walters
OffenseCorte McGuffey, a senior at Riverton (Wyo.) High, completed 27 of 34 throws for four touchdowns to lead the Wolverines to a 33-27 win over Lander in the state 3A title game.

November 14, 1994
2.22.80No cold war victory was sweeter than the U.S. Olympic hockey upset of the U.S.S.R. at Lake Placid.

November 14, 1994 | Richard Hoffer

November 14, 1994
The Safari Rally in Kenya was the subject of one of the most striking sports pictures of the past 40 years.

November 14, 1994 | Paul Zimmerman
By beating the Patriots to go 7-2, the defense-oriented Browns continued to defy the skeptics

November 14, 1994 | Sally Jenkins
At 14, fledgling pro Venus Williams has it all—talent, charisma and a tennis dad

November 14, 1994 | Leigh Montville

November 14, 1994 | Mary Mulvoy
SI copy editor John Shostrom began running out of frustration. Shostrom, who played on the Yale tennis squad's No. 1 doubles team in the early 1970s, found it nearly impossible to play the sport...

November 14, 1994 | Michael Farber
A team of idled NHL stars returned to Russia and got a hero's welcome

November 14, 1994

November 14, 1994
Mario Andretti certainly deserved better than the Point After page.JOHN H. ADAMS. POMPTON PLAINS, N.J.

November 14, 1994
Jennifer TietjenHUNTINGTON, N.Y.

November 14, 1994 | Cindy Hahn
In the newly capitalist Czech Republic, golf is regaining its former luster

November 14, 1994 | Michael Finkel
All Montana's rustic Turner Mountain has is great runs and great powder

November 14, 1994 | Douglas S. Looney

November 14, 1994 | Jill Lieber

November 14, 1994 | Franz Lidz
Lots of special teams NFL players bang heads for a living, but few, if any, can match Mike Morris as a head banger. The Vikings' 291-pound long snapper is the league's foremost exponent of heavy...