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September 23, 1985 | Hank Hersch
It was tie time in the Top 20 as two major matchups ended dead even
August 19, 1985
CLIVE LISTERSEATTLELister, 49, won the masters kayaking title at the U.S. Slalom and Wildwater championships in Wesser, N.C. for the fifth straight year. His time of 3:27.2 on the 800-meter course beat Tom Cowden of...
November 26, 1984 | Lisa Twyman
1. GEORGIA2. OLD DOMINION3. TEXAS4. LONG BEACH STATE5. USC6. MISSISSIPPI7. NORTHEAST LOUISIANA STATE8. LOUISIANA TECH9. LOUISIANA STATE10. SAN DIEGO STATE
April 30, 1984 | Frank Deford
Robert Victor Sullivan, whom you've surely never heard of, was the toughest coach of them all. He was so tough he had to have two tough nicknames, Bull and Cyclone, and his name was usually recorded this way: coach...
April 30, 1984 | Robert L. Miller
The story in this issue by Frank Deford on the extraordinary football coach Bob (Bull) (Cyclone) Sullivan is among the longer one-part articles we've ever run. Deford happened on the subject accidentally—or perhaps...