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November 27, 1978
The unknown linebacker is New England's self-deprecating Steve Nelson, who leads the Patriots in tackles, interceptions and fumble recoveries and may well be the NFL's most underrated player. Joe Marshall pays a call...
January 31, 1977
Bayi's back in New York and Marty Liquori, Eamonn Coghlan, Paul Cummings and Wilson Waigwa will join him in the Millrose Games' Wanamaker Mile. Joe Marshall tells who congratulates whom at the finish.
February 04, 1980 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:If the Soviet Union refuses to withdraw all combat troops from Afghanistan, I believe that sports fans and the national public should stand united and demand another location for the Olympic Games—or, if that's...
July 16, 1979
The VIII Pan-American games conclude with sports in which the U.S., already the biggest winner, is traditionally strong and deep—track and field, boxing and basketball. Joe Marshall and John Papanek report from San Juan.
February 11, 1980
A great day for the Irish may occur as indoor-mile world-record holder Eamonn Coghlan runs Madison Square Garden's fast track in a Millrose field including 1,000-meter world-record holder Rick Wohlhuter trying a...