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Pittsburgh has a major problem: the NFL won't let Chuck Noll have a 60-man roster. Personnel men around the league watch the Steeler cut ...
Party of Five
A quintet of strong-armed, agile quarterbacks with tons of ability have risen to prominence in the AFC Central, bringing new life to a position sorely in need of star power
The Writing is on the Wall
The rash of phony transcripts and academic cheating spells out the fact that athletics are now an abomination to the ideals of higher education. Victims: the student-athletes. Culprits: the system and those who run it
THEY'RE ALL OUT TO LAUNCH
Javelin competition for distance gained popularity in central Europe in the mid- 19th century and then in Scandinavia, and it was fashionable for a time to throw ...
Putting Peyton in His Place
That’s what Florida coach Steve Spurrier has been doing to Tennessee’s Peyton Manning with his one-liners and what the Gators may well do to him on Saturday
A Wise man and his gift
All their expenses paid, the top European stars came to Wisconsin for the first U.S. Nordic World Cup event and were dazzled by the hoopla and tough trails
Less Than Great
Wayne Gretzky is having a subpar year and feeling heat over trades made by the Los Angeles Kings
A Reminder of What We Can Be
At a time when international tensions and domestic frustrations had dampened traditional American optimism, the underdog U.S. Olympic hockey team gave the entire nation a lift by defeating the world's top team, the Soviets, and ultimately winning the gold medal. Those youngsters did so by means of the old-fashioned American work ethic, which some people feared was disappearing from the land
Now, was that a good way to break the ice?
Angel Penna was coolly received by the French when he moved to Paris to train; now he has won, if not their hearts, their biggest turf prize
A BIG AUCTION OF FISHING LITERATURE WILL LURE LOVERS OF ANGLING LORE
A natural history of Central Europe's freshwater fishes, it was published in 1842, in French. An 1875 edition of W.H. Aldam's A Quaint Treatise ...