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The U.S. men's basketball team was as good as promised. But will such talent ever come together again? Dream on
TRICKS OF THE TRADE
IT WAS A COLD DECEMBER DAY, AND THE AIR IN THE BRONX IS ELECTRIC. Long before kickoff, a bundled-up crowd that will swell to ...
Faces Of The Game Renowned photographer Neil Leifer's new collection of portraits revels in contrasts
Neil Leifer's most famous photo may be of a scowling Muhammad Ali standing over a fallen Sonny Liston, but many of the photographer's ...
Eye for the '60s Few sports photographers documented the tumultuous 1960s as graphically as Neil Leifer did. Here, from his show in New York City's Pop International Galleries, are some of Leifer's favorite pictures.
B/W PHOTO: NEIL LEIFER Navy quarterback Roger Staubach (12) has the best view in the house during a ...
An Upside-Down Game
College football awaited an epic that was supposed to decide the national championship. But it all fell apart when Michigan State faltered after a fast start, and Notre Dame took the easy way out
Buenas Noches, Senor
There were tax troubles before it began, and the Venezuelans held him for ransom when it was over, but in between George Foreman deposited Ken Norton on his back to keep his heavyweight title in the bank
All the Way with O.J.
The game of the year, and very likely the national championship, went to USC when its peerless but sore-footed runner finally outshone UCLA's matchless quarterback and his aching ribs
The Disciples of St. Darrell on a Wild Weekend
A portrait of Texas football fandom: There were four big games in three days and Longhorn rooter Joe Coffman had the time of his life