Ivan Maisel

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Nov. 28, 1983


It may not seem possible, but this promises to be a season of new experiences for venerable DePaul Coach Ray Meyer. Early next month, he ...

May 06, 2002

Inside College Football

Going CoastalNotre Dame spent the spring trying to get a grip on its newcoach's West Coast attack One indication of the change that Tyrone ...

April 15, 1985


Seattle general manager Hal Keller has made some bad trades (see Caudill, Bill) and no one has ever accused him of being a workaholic, ...

Nov. 26, 2001

Inside College Football

Turning the TideSuper sub Andrew Zow has led Alabama to back-to-back wins andinto the bowl picture Long before his work on the field led ...

Nov. 27, 2000

Tigers Weather the Tide

If Auburn commissions a commemorative video of last Saturday's9-0 victory over Alabama, which put the Tigers in the SECChampionship ...

Aug. 19, 1985

A Rose in the bud

Fifteen-year-old Pete Rose Jr. has the look of a chip off the old bat

Aug. 05, 1985


San Diego led St. Louis 6-1 last Thursday night and starter Eric Show had given the Padres six good innings, so when the first two Cardinal ...

July 28, 1986


Ask Baltimore reliever Don Aase about being an American LeagueAll-Star, and he launches into an Academy Award-like litany ofthank-yous.

Dec. 21, 1987


It's Christmastime and your favorite golfer has already seen the sun set from the 18th at Pebble Beach, has played the Old Course at St.

Aug. 13, 2001

12 Northwestern Skeptics beware: The Wildcats should score in droves again and play better defense too

To be a Northwestern football player is to perform under ashadow of doubt. The Wildcats have won or shared the Big Tentitle three times in the ...

Jan. 08, 2001

Passion Play Emotionally charged Washington shrugged off injuries and laid a big hurt on Purdue in Pasadena

The Washington Huskies won the Rose Bowl for paralyzed teammateCurtis Williams, a free safety who watched from the press box ina ...

June 15, 1998

Hogan's Ally The look's GQ, but Justin Leonard is a throwback Texan playing a game that even the Hawk might have admired

By the time the British Open drew to a close last July, Mike Hulbert, watching from his home in Orlando, had already called. Justin Leonard's ...

June 24, 2002

Pour Sports After slogging Round 2 on one of the most miserable days in U.S. Open history, many of the players were crying foul

Every year the USGA sets up a course for the U.S. Open that's asunforgiving as last year's bathing suit. The course is designedto test the ...

Feb. 25, 2002

Big Hitter, Even At The Games Sale and Pelletier? Team Canada? Barenaked Ladies? Nope. Mike Weir rules in the Great White North, which was apparent during his week at the Salt Lake City Olympics

By Ivan Maisel Edited by Alan Shipnuck

The most popular Canadian athlete in the E Center in Salt LakeCity last Friday afternoon sat in section 124, row 22. That mayhave had ...