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September 04, 1995 | Volume 83, Issue 10

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Dan Marino Cover - Sports Illustrated September 04, 1995

September 04, 1995 | Peter King
Jones Versus the NFL

September 04, 1995
San Francisco is a cinch in the West, Dallas should prevail over resurgent Arizona in the East, and the wide-open Central is a three-team race from which Chicago will likely emerge triumphant

September 04, 1995 | Paul Zimmerman
There they sit, the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys, glaring at each other across half a continent, matching each other in arrogance and grandeur, playing their own private Super Bowl...

September 04, 1995 | Paul Zimmerman
Cowboys 13-3Cardinals 10-6Giants 8-8Eagles 7-9Redskins 3-13

September 04, 1995 | Paul Zimmerman
Usually, there's nothing more dreary than the fourth quarter of an exhibition game, but did you happen to catch the late action in the Aug. 20 game between the and the Cardinals? There was some...

September 04, 1995 | Paul Zimmerman
Bears 10-6Lions 9-7Packers 9-7Bucs 9-7Vikings 6-10

September 04, 1995
Jaycie PhelpsCINCINNATI

September 04, 1995 | Paul Zimmerman
If you consider the a dynasty—and I do—then it's time to look at the historical question of why dynasties end. The Packers, the dynasty of the 1930s, were supplanted by the younger and tougher...

September 04, 1995 | Paul Zimmerman
49ers 13-3Saints 9-7Falcons 6-10Rams 4-12Panthers 4-12

September 04, 1995 | Paul Zimmerman
Wild-Card Round

September 04, 1995 | Michael Silver

September 04, 1995 | Peter King

September 04, 1995 | Tim Kurkjian
Last-Minute Decisions

September 04, 1995 | Tim Kurkjian
Bombs Away I. Red Sox catcher Mike Macfarlane's grand slam against the A's last Saturday was the 101st bases-loaded home run hit in the majors this season, breaking the record set in the...

September 04, 1995 | Leigh Montville
"The scene was eerily familiar—a former football player, his estranged wife and a knife."

September 04, 1995
What little boy wouldn't want to grow up to be an athlete in a world filled with money and no rules to live by?LINNEA DANNA, NEW YORK CITY

September 04, 1995
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September 04, 1995
Readers were impressed with the on-field rushing of Indianapolis Colt running back Marshall Faulk (Babying Himself, July 24) and wished him well. But many were concerned that Faulk is also rushing...

September 04, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Kostya Kennedy
Spurious George

September 04, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Kostya Kennedy
WHO AND WHAT WERE UP OR DOWN LAST WEEK

September 04, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Kostya Kennedy
Future Stock

September 04, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Kostya Kennedy
Bob Hope once joked that seeing Tom Landry without headwear was "like seeing Tammy Faye Bakker without makeup." But no one who knows the third-winningest coach in NFL history and the league's most...

September 04, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Kostya Kennedy
The photojournalism career of Alfred Eisenstaedt, who died of a heart attack last week at age 96, began at a resort in Bohemia in 1926. Vacationing there with his parents, the man who would go on...

September 04, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Kostya Kennedy
At a card show in Anaheim, Calif., this Sunday, O.J. Simpson pal and sometime chauffeur Al (A.C.) Cowlings will charge $20 for an autographed photo of himself at the wheel of a white Ford Bronco.

September 04, 1995 | Edited by Alexander Wolff and Kostya Kennedy
Peter McNeeleyAlleged heavyweight boxer, five days after being knocked down twice in 89 seconds during his fight with Mike Tyson: "I'll be back."

September 04, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte
Tiger Woods unleashed a full array of shots to win his second straight U.S. Amateur title

September 04, 1995 | Teddy Greenstein
Michigan kicked off the 1995 season with a stunning last-second victory over Virginia

September 04, 1995 | Tim Kurkjian
Texas fans are afraid to watch as the Rangers fight for a playoff spot

September 04, 1995 | Phil Taylor
...or go with the union? That's the choice NBA players face as the '95-96 season hangs in the balance

September 04, 1995 | Michael Silver

September 04, 1995 | Steve Rushin

September 04, 1995 | Austin Murphy

September 04, 1995 | Franz Lidz
Eighth-grader Jacques Fournier is a tough cookie in tournament competition

September 04, 1995 | Paul Zimmerman
I'll tell you why I think the Cleveland Browns will represent the AFC in Super Bowl XXX: the anger factor. The Steelers loom as the big obstacle in this division, and last year Cleveland lost...

September 04, 1995 | Paul Zimmerman
Browns 12-4Steelers 12-4Oilers 5-11Bengals 3-13Jaguars 2-14

September 04, 1995 | Paul Zimmerman
Mike White, the new coach of the Oakland Raiders, who have returned to their original home after 13 years in Los Angeles, has worked the California coaching circuit exhaustively: Stanford and Cal,...

September 04, 1995 | Paul Zimmerman
Raiders 11-5Chargers 10-6Broncos 8-8Chiefs 8-8Seahawks 7-9

September 04, 1995 | Amy Nutt
Unknown veteran Jenny Lidback got her breakthrough win at the LPGA's anonymous major

September 04, 1995 | Hollis Stacy
In USGA circles, Tiger Woods has nothing on Hollis Stacy. Stacy won her first national championship, the U.S. Junior Girls, in 1969 at the age of 15, then successfully defended the title the next...

September 04, 1995 | Jaime Diaz

September 04, 1995 | Jaime Diaz
While the propriety of the Greg Norman-Mark McCumber incident was the No. 1 topic of conversation at the World Series, Lee Janzen's failure to be named to the U.S. Ryder Cup team also continued to...

September 04, 1995 | Jaime Diaz
Dave Marr, who captained the U.S. team in 1981, cut le chase when asked what he looked for in a Ryder Cup player. "You need finishers, finishers, finishers," said Marr. "Players who when they get...