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Nov 28, 1994

THE COED BOPPERS' TOP CAT

This 1968 SI Classic profiles Pete Maravich, college basketball's top scorer and a hit among the ladies of LSU

Feb 17, 1992

MacLean Deluxe

Forward Don MacLean is about to pass a controversial UCLA basketball star of another era and become the Bruins' alltime leading scorer

Jun 26, 1989

SERVING HER COUNTRY

A GRAND SLAM MAY HAVE BROUGHT WEST GERMANY'S STEFFI GRAF FAME AND FORTUNE, BUT TO THE DELIGHT OF HER COUNTRYMEN WHO'VE WATCHED HER RISE TO THE TOP, SHE REMAINS 'ONE OF THEM'

Apr 01, 1991

The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

In 1966, an all-black lineup from Texas Western beat all-white Kentucky for the NCAA title. College hoops hasn't been the same since

Jul 13, 1992

Agassi and Ecstasy

Andre Agassi embodied substance over style in winning Wimbledon for his first Grand Slam title

Mar 13, 1989

A NEW MAC ATTACK

Rejuvenated John McEnroe outlasted Ivan Lendl, among others, at the WCT Finals

Nov 20, 1989

CRASS AND CLASS

Behind the glitz of UNLV basketball is a real school in a real city

Nov 19, 1990

GOING IN STYLE

UNLV'S STACEY AUGMON (LEFT) AND LARRY JOHNSON ARE THE SHARPEST TANDEM IN THE LAND

Aug 26, 1991

THE COACH

Houston coach John Jenkins has no apologies for his wild offense with the wide-open throttle

Jun 12, 1989

SPECIAL D FROM THIS COURIER

With a French Open upset of former roomie Andre Agassi, Jim Courier sent a message

Mar 05, 1990

'GARY TALKS IT, GARY WALKS IT'

Oregon State's Gary Payton, a loose-jawed kid from the city, has quietly become the premier college basketball player of the season up in the woodsy precincts of Corvallis

Dec 23, 1991

The Unlikeliest Homeboy

For all his fame and fortune, Jordan is, at heart, just a Carolina kid called Mike

Jun 08, 1992

Not Just A Dream

Though overshadowed by the men, the U.S. women have a golden vision

Feb 07, 1989

Older and Better

So what if Cheryl Tiegs is 41. She looks terrific and is doing just great

Nov 13, 1989

'They Don't Pay Nobody To Be Humble'

So says Deion Sanders, the defensive back who has lit up the Atlanta Falcons with his gold chains and electric style of play. But there is more than glitter to Prime Time

Oct 01, 1990

NOT A VIENNESE WALTZ

Michael Chang's five-set win lifted the U.S. over Austria in Davis Cup play