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November 28, 1994 | Volume 81, Issue 22

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Felipe Lopez Cover - Sports Illustrated November 28, 1994

November 28, 1994 | Curry Kirkpatrick

November 28, 1994 | Steve Rushin

November 28, 1994 | Peter King
Tempered Steel

November 28, 1994 | John Walters
Off the Sidelines

November 28, 1994 | John Walters
Offense: Colorado junior Rashaan Salaam ran for 259 yards and two TDs in a 41-20 win over Iowa State to become the fourth I-A player to gain 2,000 yards or more in a season.

November 28, 1994 | Alexander Wolff
After a decade on the beat, the author bids college basketball a fond farewell

November 28, 1994 | Phil Taylor
Unhappy Warrior Chris Webber decamped for D.C.—but that may not be his last power move

November 28, 1994 | Richard Hoffer
After dominating James Toney to win the super middleweight title, Roy Jones Jr. finds himself all alone top

November 28, 1994 | Tim Layden
The unbeaten Tide rolled past Auburn and into contention for the national championship

November 28, 1994 | Austin Murphy
Oregon held off Oregon State to get its first Rose Bowl bid in 37 years

November 28, 1994 | Peter King
Erstwhile third-stringer Jeff Blake has roused the Bengals and has the citizenry of Cincy at his feet

November 28, 1994
I wonder if I could get into UMass with 630 on my SATs. Probably not—I'm only 5'6".CASEY B. COOK, WOLLASTON, MASS.

November 28, 1994 | Jack McCallum

November 28, 1994 | Jack McCallum

November 28, 1994 | Jack McCallum

November 28, 1994
Damion MorrowOMAHA

November 28, 1994 | Bruce Newman

November 28, 1994 | Kelli Anderson
THE WOMEN'S top 10

November 28, 1994 | Kelli Anderson
WITH ONE SHOT, CHARLOTTE SMITH WON AN NCAA TITLE AND JOINED AN ELITE GROUP OF CAROLINA HOOP HEROES

November 28, 1994 | Hank Hersch
New Orleans is a checkerboard of cultures, Cajun and Creole, white and black, bawdy and buttoned-down. Block by block, the Big Easy offers up lessons, and its instruction was never lost on Randy...

November 28, 1994 | Edited by Alexander Wolf and Richard O'Brien

November 28, 1994 | Edited by Alexander Wolf and Richard O'Brien
During Filming of Cobb, the forthcoming film about the misanthropic Hall of Famer, actor Tommy Lee Jones (left, in picture) came perilously close to experiencing what real-life, latter-day,...

November 28, 1994 | Edited by Alexander Wolf and Richard O'Brien
William Usery, the supermediator who's attempting to broker a settlement between baseball's owners and striking players, is being paid a reported $60,000 a month by each side for his services.

November 28, 1994 | Edited by Alexander Wolf and Richard O'Brien
An Unidentified WaitressAddressing Brooke Shields and Andre Agassi in a Los Angeles restaurant during the couple's first date together: "Are you ladies enjoying your food?"

November 28, 1994 | Kelly Whiteside
No matter how much Clemson senior Devin Gray downplays what he calls the "little heart-attack problem I had," there are daily reminders. There are bottles of three different medications and an...

November 28, 1994 | Dana Gelin
When the car slid to a stop, Mara Cunningham was still strapped into the driver's seat and Jimmy Buffett was still singing from the tape deck. But the red Mustang convertible was upside down, and...

November 28, 1994 | Ashley McGeachy
Two and a half years ago, Norfolk (Va.) State senior Corey Williams was unloading frozen foods from trucks at an Elizabeth, N.J., Shop Rite from midnight until 8 a.m. In the afternoons he slept,...

November 28, 1994 | Ashley McGeachy
1 Norfolk State2 Philadelphia Textile3 Indiana (Pa.)4 Washburn5 Virginia Union6 Fort Hays State7 North Dakota8 Alaska-Anchorage9 California (Pa.)10 Southern Indiana

November 28, 1994 | J.B. Morris
Franklin & Marshall center Charlie Detz is a quiet guy who often uses a smile or a nod in place of words. But when the subject turns to rival Lebanon Valley, winner of the Division III...

November 28, 1994 | J.B. Morris
1 Franklin & Marshall2 New Jersey Tech3 KenyonBuffalo State5 Hampden-Sydney6 Christopher Newport7 UMass-Dartmouth8 St. Thomas (Minn.)9 Goucher

November 28, 1994 | Jill Lieber
He's No. 1

November 28, 1994 | Julian Rubinstein
It has been 65 years since Ernie Nevers of the Chicago Cardinals (above, with ball) set the NFL record for points in a game by scoring 40. But his mark, the longest-standing in league history,...

November 28, 1994 | Jill Lieber
Viking defensive tackle John Randle didn't fit the scouts' description of a prototypical defensive lineman. At 6'1", 240 pounds, he was considered too short to tangle with behemoth offensive...