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Craig Neff

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Aug. 18, 1986

THEY SAID IT

EDITED BY Craig Neff

David McWilliams, Texas Tech football coach, whose team threw72 passes in its spring game, when asked how many of those passeswere ...

July 16, 1984

They lowered the kaboom

America's best divers went on a scoring binge at the Olympic trials

Oct. 19, 1987

AGENTS: WHAT'S THE DEAL?

As the influence of sports agents becomes more pervasive, the home run hitters, touchdown throwers and slam-dunkers are at risk of being ...

Sept. 14, 1988

Summit on the Mat

THE SCHERRS AREN'T THE ONLY REASON THE AMERICAN WREStling community is excited about Seoul. ''This could be the greatest team

Sept. 02, 1985

Doctor K: Awesome And Then Some

Operating in a zone of his own, Dwight Gooden became the youngest 20-game winner in history

Oct. 21, 1985

Surrender Just Wasn't In The Cards

After dropping two games in L.A., St. Louis returned home and swept three in a row from the Dodgers

July 05, 1982

They Showed The Way In Norway

Or, ah, they didn't go slow in Oslo, Steve Scott, Mary Decker Tabb and Alberto Salazar establishing American records

July 14, 1986

Opening on a sea of goodwill

There was pomp aplenty at a big new sports competition in Moscow

Oct. 19, 1987

A CLEAN SWEEP

If many agents fail in their duties, the reasons are only too clear: Their profession has no entrance exams, no firm ethical canons, no regulatory body—all in all, ...

Oct. 19, 1987

A CLEAN SWEEP

If many agents fail in their duties, the reasons are only too clear: Their profession has no entrance exams, no firm ethical canons, no regulatory ...

March 14, 1988

HARDLY TINY IN TALENT

Bela Karolyi dug into his pocket, pulled out two coins and let go with a deep Transylvanian laugh. "These are for good luck," he said late ...

Sept. 26, 1988

HER GOLDEN MOMENT

Janet Evans made winning the U.S.'s first gold medal look easy.

Nov. 16, 1987

ON TO THE WHITE HOUSE

A result of nays on stadiums: President Bill Bradley.

May 25, 1987

A DOUBLE WITH TROUBLE

Jackie Joyner-Kersee won two events in a star-crossed Pepsi.

Nov. 02, 1987

A REBORN RUSSIAN, A NEW NADIA

The Soviets and Romanians shone as the U.S. flopped in the world championships.

Nov. 23, 1987

TIME TO RISE AND SHINE

After seven months of turmoil and tragedy, the Suns stood in front of their bench in Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix on Nov. 10, their heads down, ...