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The Roots Of Greatness
Motivated by the preachings of a noble mama and propelled by his mighty legs, Earl Campbell has left plank-shack poverty far behind. But the man who was the NFL rushing leader as a rookie never forgets to look back
DREDGING UP A TEXAS SQUABBLE
"Nonsense," replies Bob Parker Jr., vice-president of one of the major dredging firms based in Houston. "That is just theory. Nobody knows what will happen.
HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 13, 1997 BETWEEN HALVES OF A FOOTBALL GAME, CARL LEWIS'S STORIED CAREER CAME TO A CLOSE
Sep 13, 1997 ... When Carl Lewis was an eight-year-old living in Willingboro,N.J., he drifted over to a football field to watch his cousin'sPop Warner team.
TEXAS HOOKS SOME RESPECT
The resurgent Longhorns grounded Houston's aerial attack and took a giant step toward the Cotton Bowl.
The annual Rattlesnake Derby is a lot like a bass-fishing tournament, except you really, really, really don't want a bite
State Had the Stuff
North Carolina State completed its astonishing run to the NCAA title by knocking off Houston 54-52
Hello, New York
By agreeing to move to third base, Alex Rodriguez got out of Texas and into pinstripes as the Yankees pulled off another blockbuster
Just 15 minutes from his family--and four months removed from his brief retirement--the ageless Roger Clemens is mowing down hitters and heating up the baseball climate in Houston
'I Can Do So Many Things'
Moses Malone is aiming to earn his $13.2 million by shooting, rebounding, running, defending—and leading the 76ers to a title