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November 13, 1995 | Volume 83, Issue 21

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Darnell Autry Cover - Sports Illustrated November 13, 1995

November 13, 1995 | Phil Taylor
1 SunsHot prospects with Hot Rod

November 13, 1995 | Alexander Wolff

November 13, 1995
Heather OesterleMASON, MICH.Heather, a 5'11" sophomore guard on the Mason High basketball team, scored 31 points to rally the Bulldogs from a 19-3 deficit against Charlotte High. In the 53-40 win,...

November 13, 1995 | S.L. Price
When they saw Barry Lunney coming, they weren't silent, the way they were in the days when he was Arkansas's failing star quarterback, and they'd see him and look away, and he'd know why. No. None...

November 13, 1995 | Peter King
Senior writer Michael Silver covered Sunday's San Francisco-Carolina game.

November 13, 1995 | Gene Siskel

November 13, 1995 | Lucinda Hahn
Sports-bar owner Scott Otto found a new growth market: expatriate U.S. fans

November 13, 1995 | Rick Reilly
It's time the NBA held coach Pat Riley accountable for the crime of basketball thuggery

November 13, 1995 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Kostya Kennedy
Hanging Tough

November 13, 1995 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Kostya Kennedy
The thumb may help set man apart from other species, but the fat, opposable digit gets in the way for many athletes. Mike Tyson and Ty Detmer are only the latest to be sidelined.

November 13, 1995 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Kostya Kennedy
This weekend, the New York City auction house Leland's will put up for bid a jockstrap that was once worn on the mound by New York Yankee reliever Goose Gossage.

November 13, 1995 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Kostya Kennedy
George ForemanTVKO commentator, upset by heavyweight Evander Holyfield's obvious exhaustion in his bout with Riddick Bowe: "I want to call Mr. Mayo down at the clinic."

November 13, 1995 | Richard Hoffer

November 13, 1995 | Peter King

November 13, 1995 | Michael Farber
After a horrendous start, the Montreal Canadiens are rolling, thanks to a new coach from the old days

November 13, 1995 | Mark Mulvoy
While growing up on Chicago's South Side, SI reporter Marty Burns made regular pilgrimages with his father, Marty Sr., to Chicago Stadium to watch their basketball idol, Michael Jordan. One...

November 13, 1995 | Tim Layden
By beating Penn State, Northwestern proved it's more than a good story—it's a good team

November 13, 1995 | John Solomon
After years of calling in to WFAN Sports Radio, Joe Benigno grabbed the mike

November 13, 1995 | Franz Lidz
Ex-runaway Lisa Andersen is the top performer and only mom on the pro circuit

November 13, 1995 | Vincent Czyz
Since 1361 grapplers have gathered at the annual Super Bowl of oil wrestling

November 13, 1995
Power ForwardsToday's up-and-comers go one-on-one against some frontline giants from the past

November 13, 1995 | Phil Taylor
In the tradition of teams seeking the last piece to the title puzzle, Chicago and Phoenix have dealt for men who could put them on top

November 13, 1995 | Jack McCallum
In imaginary matchups for the ages, four of today's most potent young power forwards duel with mighty counterparts from the past

November 13, 1995 | Ken McAlpine
Mad mountaineer Adrian Crane virtually flew down the Americas' highest peak

November 13, 1995 | Paul Karr
St. Catherines Island, off Georgia, is the secret home of a bevy of rare beasts

November 13, 1995 | Michael Cannell
Whether Frederick Cook reached the North Pole in 1908 is still hotly debated

November 13, 1995 | Dan Herbst
Aiming for the first team, Jovan Kirovski of the U.S. is a Manchester United reserve

November 13, 1995 | David Davis
Owner Mannie Jackson is serious about changing the world's funniest team

November 13, 1995 | Franz Lidz
Absolutely, say the NBA's big-feet elite, who have made Friedman's, Atlanta's no-frills shoe store, their road-trip mecca for giant-sized footwear

November 13, 1995 | Phil Taylor

November 13, 1995 | Phil Taylor
The advent of the sweet-shooting big man—Laimbeer begat Olajuwon, Ewing and Robinson—has made this variation of the pick-and-roll, called the pick-and-pop, highly effective. Momentarily freed from...

November 13, 1995
Finally, an issue dedicated to sports rather than to murder, cheating, spouse abuse or strikes by pro athletes.CLARE HARTHAN, ARKADELPHIA, ARK.

November 13, 1995
Sports Illustrated offers current and past articles, photos and special multimedia features on CompuServe (GO SPORTS) and on the Internet (

November 13, 1995 | Johnette Howard

November 13, 1995 | Kelly Whiteside
1 MagicCan they hack it without Shaq?

November 13, 1995 | William F. Reed
1 BullsLoaded for one more run

November 13, 1995 | Phil Taylor
1 RocketsDon't underestimate them

November 13, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte
While an odd collection of wannabes kicked off the Second Season at the Sarazen World Open, the usual PGA Tour suspects decompressed several time zones away at the $1 million Lincoln-Mercury...

November 13, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte
A legend's home makes a comeback, and a difference

November 13, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte
Let the guessing game end before it begins. Each year before the Masters, players and aficionados amuse themselves speculating about what possible surprises the lords of Augusta National might...

November 13, 1995 | Alan Shipnuck
The official season is finally over, but for a fortunate few the real fun has just begun

November 13, 1995 | Alan Shipnuck
For most touring pros, the 1995 season is over. For others, the year is just getting interesting. Last week's Sarazen World Open and Kapalua International marked the opening of golf's Second...

November 13, 1995 | William F. Reed
King for a Day

November 13, 1995 | Paul Gutierrez
Brian Piccolo found recognition hard to come by. Despite leading the nation in rushing as a senior at Wake Forest, he was passed over in the 1965 NFL draft. And after signing with the Bears as a...

November 13, 1995 | William F. Reed
A lot of NFL players are rolling in dough, but Buccaneer punter Reggie Roby is one of the few who's rolling dough. Coming soon, to a restaurant near you (if you live in Tampa or other parts of...