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January 15, 1996 | Volume 84, Issue 2

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Brett Favre Cover - Sports Illustrated January 15, 1996

January 15, 1996
Your candidates, and your selection of Ripken, made me realize that perhaps all is not lost.RAYMOND A. MCCLOAT, EAST MEADOW, N.Y.

January 15, 1996
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED offers current and past articles, photos and special multimedia features on CompuServe (GO SPORTS) and on the Internet (http://pathfinder.com/si).

January 15, 1996 | John Feinstein
Orange Blossoms

January 15, 1996 | Jackie MacMullan
Are the Suns Setting?

January 15, 1996 | Marv Levy
A respectful rival wonders if we will ever see the likes of Don Shula again

January 15, 1996
Charles HathawayNASHVILLECharles, a 6'11", 245-pound senior basketball center at Hillwood High, had 50 points, 21 rebounds and 10 blocks in a 101-65 win against Overton High. Through last Friday...

January 15, 1996
The Connecticut bench warmers got down—if not dirty—as the Huskies broke Tennessee's record home court win streak for women at 69 games.

January 15, 1996
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED offers current and past articles, photos and special multimedia features on CompuServe (GO SPORTS) and on the Internet (http://www.pathfinder.com/si). To subscribe to CompuServe...

January 15, 1996 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Kostya Kennedy
Power Sweep in the NCAA

January 15, 1996 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Kostya Kennedy
in the AIROn July 13, 1994, the world turned upside down for Lina Cheryazova, the previous winter's Olympic gold medalist in women's aerial freestyle skiing. She sustained a near-fatal head injury...

January 15, 1996 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Kostya Kennedy
Among items to be introduced at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando this month is a set of titanium irons priced at $3,600.

January 15, 1996 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Kostya Kennedy
Paul MokeskiCoach of the CBA's Connecticut Pride and former NBA journeyman, after acquiring the playing rights to himself from the Quad City Thunder, where he served as player-assistant coach in...

January 15, 1996 | Michael Silver
True to its word, Green Bay whipped defending champion San Francisco

January 15, 1996 | Paul Zimmerman
The Cowboys were more than the Eagles, particularly quarterback Randall Cunningham, could handle

January 15, 1996 | Austin Murphy
A controversial call and a wham-Bam ground game helped Pittsburgh advance to the conference title game again

January 15, 1996 | Peter King
The Cinderella Colts upset the Chiefs to earn an invitation to the conference championship

January 15, 1996 | Phil Taylor
Confounding SkyDome skeptics, Toronto's diminutive point guard Damon Stoudamire leads the pack of NBA rookies

January 15, 1996 | Phil Taylor
Any coach worth his clipboard will tell you that most rookies are little more than raw material to be fashioned into finished products over a period of years. It can be misleading to evaluate a...

January 15, 1996 | Norman Pearlstine
For 11 years SPORTS ILLUSTRATED staffers have not had to worry if they nodded off before the conclusion of that last baseball game from the West Coast or failed to memorize every college...

January 15, 1996 | Tim Layden

January 15, 1996 | Tom Verducci

January 15, 1996 | Richard Hoffer

January 15, 1996 | John Ed Bradley

January 15, 1996 | Jaime Diaz
Count on this handful of predictions to come true in the coming season

January 15, 1996
At its annual meeting on Jan. 27 in Orlando, the U.S. Golf Association will officially invite Judy Bell, vice president and longtime executive committee member, and a former Curtis Cup player, to...

January 15, 1996 | William F. Reed
Mark O'Meara hopes that his season-opening win will lead to something big

January 15, 1996 | Tim Rosaforte
The Rest Coast Tour

January 15, 1996 | Tim Rosaforte
First it was the balls, then it was the hat, and now Duffy Waldorf has taken graffiti to a new medium—his golf bag. The Duffmeister, stuck without an endorsement deal, decided to take a plain...

January 15, 1996 | Jaime Diaz