Baseball should forget about expanding to Fla.
January 14, 1991 | Paul Zimmerman
Dan Marino-led Miami, AWOL from the playoffs for four years, edged Kansas City
Last Saturday, 24 hours before the Cincinnati Bengals played the Houston Oilers in an AFC wildcard playoff, Bengal coach Sam Wyche spent a relaxing afternoon taking a visitor on a ride through...
The Bears satisfied their fans by stifling the New Orleans Saints
Off to a 12-0 start, Ohio State has fans dreaming of the Buckeyes' glory days of yore
A called-back Orange Bowl TD was an apt end to a strange college football season
Lofty performances, and a costly blunder, marked the start of the worlds
Tom Kite and his cross-handed putting stroke won the Tournament of Champions
January 14, 1991
THE HEISMANThank you for Richard Hoffer's fine article on Ty Detmer of BYU (A Ty Vote for the Heisman, Dec. 10). Having known Ty and his family since 1976, when I started teaching at Shenandoah...
A Pennsylvania enthusiast combines his dual passions for fishing and for books
January 14, 1991 | Greg Donaldson
Age has diminished the author's dunk, but not his desire
January 14, 1991 | Hank Hersch
January 14, 1991 | Jack McCallum
How the first-round draft picks—listed in order of choice—are faring
January 14, 1991 | Maryanne Vollers
Beagling is an English import with a growing number of adherents
ALL SHOOK UP
MENDoug Smith, a 6'10" senior forward for Missouri, had 29 points and seven rebounds in a 96-82 defeat of Memphis State, and 40 points and 14 rebounds in an 80-79 overtime win over Oklahoma State.
January 14, 1991 | E.M. Swift
January 14, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
•Pat Leahy, New York Jet veteran placekicker, taking issue with the adage that the legs are the first things to go on an athlete: "It's the hair."
Fans of the Toxic Avenger will agree that the NFL's loss is B movies' gain
PRO BASKETBALL—The mighty Trail Blazers, leaders in the Pacific Division, lost two games in a row for the first time this season, falling 108-104 to the Lakers in the second. James Worthy, with 30...
January 14, 1991
MICHELLE HEINZHILLSBORO,TENN.Michelle, a senior soccer goalie at Franklin High, allowed only 14 goals in 54 games as a starter during her four years on the varsity. She had 41 shutouts as she led...