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Tony Robinson, Vols Quarterback October 7, 1985
"AllI'm asking for is another chance," Tony Robinson wrote to JudgeGeorge Reynolds last February. "The [Arena Football League]season starts April 15.
The Vols Had A Ball
Tony Robinson's four touchdown passes and Tennessee's tough defense left Bo Jackson and favored Auburn in ruins
Whatever Happened To The White Athlete?
Unsure Of His Place In A Sports World Dominated By Blacks Who Are Hungrier, Harder-Working And Perhaps Physiologically Superior, The Young White Male Is Dropping Out Of The Athletic Mainstream To Pursue Success Elsewhere
The Master List
The 50 greatest sports figures of the century from each of the 50 states
In Philadelphia, They're the Wheeze Kids
Former Reds teammates Pete Rose (left), Joe Morgan and Tony Perez are together in Philly, where they'll play at aptly named Veterans Stadium
EDDIE ROBINSON HANGS ON...THE WARRIORS' GIVEAWAYS... SULLIED AWARD NOMINEE STEPS ASIDE..."JERRY MAGUIRE"... BOSTON'S CROSS-COUNTRY SURPRISE...NCAA SOCCER
HE DID NOT GO GENTLY Eddie Robinson, who has won 405 games during a 55 -year coachingcareer at Grambling, will be ... when he met Tony DaRocha.
JUANTORENA GETS AMBUSHED
... mark on July 5 with a 1:42.4 in Oslo. When Juantorena did step on the track, two Americans, James Robinson and Tony Darden, beat him in his specialties.
PENNIES: Bret Wills. SUGAR RAY ROBINSON: UPI/Bettmann Newsphotos. HADDIX: Milwaukee Journal. 1960. Pages 68-69. HELMET: Tony ...
Sugar Should Frost Him
Thomas Hearns is an imposing physical presence, but in the showdown fight for the welterweight title, he'll find Sugar Ray Leonard too quick and too good
When The Cheers Turned To Tears
That cocaine could cripple an athlete's career was well established. Then came sudden, shocking proof that it can kill, too—even the young and strong. Don Rogers, a Cleveland Browns defensive back, was buried last Thursday—another cocaine casualty in sports, just eight days after basketball star Len Bias took a fatal dose of the same drug. Here are one man's reflections on those events.