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September 02, 1996 | Volume 85, Issue 10

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Robert Brooks Cover - Sports Illustrated September 02, 1996

September 02, 1996 | Paul Zimmerman
Aging Buffalo is good for one more title in the East, Cincinnati will test Pittsburgh in the Central, and Kansas City will hold off Oakland and Denver in the West

September 02, 1996
Call it romance, call it nostalgia, but I look at the and see five proud veterans rallying the troops behind them for one final Super Bowl push: Jim Kelly, Bruce Smith, Thurman Thomas, Andre...

September 02, 1996
Bills11-5

September 02, 1996
If you're wondering how the Pittsburgh Steelers can come within an eyelash of a Super Bowl victory and then let the quarterback who led them there slip away as a free agent, you have to understand...

September 02, 1996
Steelers12-4

September 02, 1996
The Cards have been dealt, and the are standing pat with their straight. Elsewhere around the table teams are drawing to Hushes and full houses. But can you knock Chiefs coach Marty...

September 02, 1996
Chiefs1-6

September 02, 1996
Kim MortensenTHOUSAND OAKS, CALIF.

September 02, 1996 | Paul Zimmerman
Dallas faces a stiff challenge from Philadelphia in the East, Green Bay will rule the Central for a second straight year, and San Francisco is still the team to beat out West

September 02, 1996
Here are two scenarios for the Dallas Cowboys, and you can take your pick.

September 02, 1996
Cowboys10-6

September 02, 1996
Yes, I'm running with the herd and picking the Green Bay Packers to represent the NFC in Super Bowl XXXI, and probably for the same reason as everybody else. We're all tired of the same old faces,...

September 02, 1996
Packers11-5

September 02, 1996
A few weeks ago I read a gloomy training camp quote from Bill Walsh, who, amid much fanfare and some head-scratching, is back with the as, er, something called "administrative assistant to...

September 02, 1996
49ers11-5

September 02, 1996 | Johnette Howard

September 02, 1996 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Christian Stone

September 02, 1996 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Christian Stone
40Minutes of free advertising per week lost by Nike when management at KGW-TV in Portland decided last week that sportscaster Steve Bartelstein should stop wearing swoosh apparel on the air.

September 02, 1996 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Christian Stone
Leland's Boston Garden Auction on Sept. 27 will include the following items for Bruin-and Celtic-ophiles:

September 02, 1996 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Christian Stone
Duds and Studs

September 02, 1996 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Christian Stone
Before last Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix, a race in which he finished second to Michael Schumacher, driver Jacques Villeneuve credited practice runs on a Formula One computer game for his winning...

September 02, 1996 | Edited by Jack McCallum and Christian Stone
Dave ShulaCincinnati Bengals coach, on being asked to talk about the sophistication of his offensive line: "I think offensive linemen, in general, would be offended if you called them sophisticated."

September 02, 1996 | Tom Verducci
Owners should have signed the new labor deal right away, but it's not too late to do so

September 02, 1996
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September 02, 1996 | Jaime Diaz
In his final act before turning pro, Tiger Woods made history at the U.S. Amateur

September 02, 1996 | Alan Shipnuck
Behind dominant sophomore tailback Curtis Enis, Penn State outshone USC 24-7

September 02, 1996 | Tom Verducci
Though shaky of late, the retooled Yankees have steadied themselves for the stretch run

September 02, 1996 | Ron Fimrite
NOVEMBER 22, 1954

September 02, 1996 | Michael Finkel
The mother of all tugs-of-war is held each fall at Hope College in Michigan

September 02, 1996 | Tim Kurkjian
The Astros' struggle for survival, on the field and off, A hot Indian's summer, Leagues apart on the strike zone

September 02, 1996 | Peter King

September 02, 1996
As the league gets ready to tee the ball up for a 77th season, a look back at 1995 shows how often games can take a decisive turn on the play of special teams

September 02, 1996 | Mark Mandernach
Bob Cain is best known as the pitcher who walked midget Eddie Gaedel

September 02, 1996 | Peter King
The attention now paid to the kicking game is long overdue

September 02, 1996 | Chuck Barney
After a drug-related jail term, ex-NFL player Eason Ramson is reclaiming his life

September 02, 1996 | Douglas Gantenbein
The San Juan Islands have laid down the law: No wet bikes for two years

September 02, 1996
No one is worth more money than he could dream of spending in his lifetime.SARAH TRAGORD, CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA

September 02, 1996 | Austin Murphy

September 02, 1996 | Michael Silver

September 02, 1996 | Tim Rosaforte
Palmer and Rankin play it safe with Presidents and Solheim Cup picks, Mighty mite, Davies's gambling

September 02, 1996 | Rick Lipsey
At the last caddie camp, boys continue to be made into men the old-fashioned way

September 02, 1996 | Franz Lidz
Monopoly is serious business for tire salesman Roger Craig, the U.S. champion

September 02, 1996 | Robinson Holloway
At the World Series in Akron, play was once again overshadowed, this time by an explosion