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CONTENTS

Sept. 14, 1981
Sept. 14, 1981

Table of Contents
Sept. 14, 1981

Georgia
World Cup
Buffalo Bills
The Showdown
TV/Radio
Baseball
College Football
Golf
Schembechler
  • Bo 66
    By Douglas S. Looney

    Schembechler's the name. Football's his game. Brash. Curmudgeon. Know-it-all. Ranter. Raver. Hates sportswriters. Don't talk to him when he loses. Or when he wins. This year his Michigan team will win a whole bunch. May even be national champs. You'd love him. They do in Ann Arbor.

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

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Still Flying High 18
Tennessee sure didn't bring Georgia down to earth as the Dogs' defense of their national title opened with a 44-0 win
by John Papanek

This is an article from the Sept. 14, 1981 issue Original Layout

Fine Times Weren't Had by All 22
The World Cup, track and field's biennial championships, was marred by-fouls and foul-ups, but there was glory in Rome, too
by Kenny Moore

The Bills Are Tough to Play 26
Based on the way that it cashed in against the New York Jets, it sure looks as if Buffalo can bank on a big year
by Paul Zimmerman

Sugar Should Frost Him 32
Thomas Hearns is an impressive physical presence, but he'll find Sugar Ray Leonard too good in their welterweight showdown
by Pat Putnam

...And in This Corner 40
Emanuel Steward, laborer, die setter, auto worker and trainer of young boxers, has put his life on hold for Hearns
by William Nack

Bo's the Name 66
Football's his game. Don't talk to him when he loses, or wins, which will be a lot this year. But they love him in Ann Arbor
by Douglas S. Looney

The Departments

Scorecard 13
TV/Radio 50
Baseball 52
College Football 59
Golf 62
For the Record 89
19th Hole 90

Credits on page 89

Cover photograph by Carl Skalak