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November 06, 1995 | Volume 83, Issue 20

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 Cover - Sports Illustrated November 06, 1995

November 06, 1995 | Johnette Howard

November 06, 1995 | Peter King

November 06, 1995 | Peter King
It is not surprising that six of the 11 offensive starters on our 1995 midseason all-star team—including our MVP, tailback Emmitt Smith—are Cowboys. What is unexpected is that the second-leading...

November 06, 1995 | Christian Stone
The Rose Looks Wilted

November 06, 1995 | Christian Stone
OffenseIowa State's Troy Davis, the nation's top rusher, had 202 yards on 37 carries in the Cyclones' 38-14 win over Oklahoma State. He became Iowa State's single-season rushing leader, with 1,526...

November 06, 1995 | Billie Jean King
"Bobby Riggs wasn't just a gambler and a gamesman; he was a legend"

November 06, 1995 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Kostya Kennedy

November 06, 1995 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Kostya Kennedy
Goalies Fear to View Lemieux

November 06, 1995 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Kostya Kennedy
They may have won the last two NBA championships, but the Houston Rockets will not finish on top of the fashion world this season. Yo, guys, what's with the new unis? The Rockets' pitiful...

November 06, 1995 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Kostya Kennedy
A man who bought Jimmy Johnson's former house in Fayetteville, Ark., took out an ad in a local paper asking $250 for a toilet used by the ex-Dallas Cowboy coach.

November 06, 1995 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Kostya Kennedy
Jayson WilliamsThe New Jersey Net forward, on being courted by the Chicago Bulls: "The Bulls had me in for a four-hour psychological test, and the next day they went out and signed Dennis Rodman."

November 06, 1995 | Tom Verducci

November 06, 1995 | Tim Kurkjian
As happy endings go, this was a weird one: On eve of World Series Game 6, rightfielder blasts home fans for not hiking decibel level high enough to suit him, saying, "You have to do something...

November 06, 1995 | Tim Layden
Nebraska brushed aside controversy and Colorado to head into the last month of the season with the No. 1 ranking

November 06, 1995 | Mark Mulvoy
Listen to senior writer Johnette Howard tell stories about growing up in Pittsburgh during the early 1970s, and you learn why it was a wonderful place and time to be a kid: During that decade the...

November 06, 1995 | William F. Reed
Cigar caught up with racing's immortals as he ended a perfect year in the Breeders' Cup Classic

November 06, 1995
Michel CarrierSAINTE-FOY, QUE.Carrier, a sophomore third baseman for McGill, hit a game-winning grand slam against Concordia to pull the Redbirds into a tie for the Canadian Intercollegiate...

November 06, 1995 | Austin Murphy
There's a new Dawg barking signals for the Browns, and he burned the Bengals 29-26

November 06, 1995 | Michael Bamberger
Billy Mayfair played patiently to pull out a win in the high-scoring Tour Championship

November 06, 1995 | Joseph Nocera

November 06, 1995
We hear about Deion's jewelry and his swagger, but not about his hard work and knowledge.TIM SALACH, DYER, IND.

November 06, 1995
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED offers current and past articles, photos and special multimedia features on CompuServe (GO SPORTS), which lean be ordered at 1-800-820-4410, and on the Internet...

November 06, 1995 | Lester Munson
In the 20-year history of lawsuits filed by players against doctors, no professional athlete has ever been awarded more than former hockey player Glen Seabrooke, who in July won a $5.5 million...

November 06, 1995 | Lester Munson
It used to be that teams paid the doctors who treated their players. Now the doctors are beginning to pay the teams. And the sums can be considerable. Of the various trends in sports medicine,...

November 06, 1995 | Leigh Montville
Tattoos, once invisible, have become the sports world's most flaunted form of self-expression

November 06, 1995 | Kelly Whiteside
Wayne's World

November 06, 1995 | Ed Hinton
Seeking Justice Of Another Kind