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The 1984 Olympics
By being less than promised, the L.A. Games are just living up to Olympic tradition. Still, they should be a spectacle worthy even of their host city
After winning the 1991 British Open, Ian Baker-Finch lost his game and, in a desperate effort to find it, nearly lost his mind
Pete, The Way They Play Today Stinks
The author and Ray Nitschke offer the same message to Pete Rozelle: The NFL just ain't what it used to be
'I've Won. I've Beat Them'
Like it or not, Howard Cosell stands alone at the top of his profession, a position he cherishes almost as much as he does his beloved Emmy
The Night They Called It A Daze
Larry Holmes's WBC title and his big payday with Gerry Cooney are still safe, but Renaldo Snipes nearly knocked both for a loop
Dr. Z's Rx to Revive the NFL
Pro football is hurting, but it needn't be. The author names the ills and prescribes some remedies
ABC'S KEITH JACKSON: A HOSS OF A BROADCASTER
... who has listened to the ABC announcer call a college football game ... chopping block of ABC's new owners, Cap Cities Inc., to tell Jackson ...
Somebody Up There May Be Listening
After three straight defeats the beleaguered—but very determined—Gerry Faust of Notre Dame got a big win at LSU
Day Of Glory For A Golden Oldie
At 46, Jack Nicklaus won his sixth and most dramatic Masters with a final-round 65 that had all of America cheering for him
He's A Real Pittsburgh Guy
Don't even bother trying because you can't take the Steel City out of Pitt Quarterback Danny Marino, a hometown hero who has designs on the Heisman Trophy and a national championship for the No. 1-ranked Panthers.