Nov. 12, 1984
Nov. 12, 1984

Table of Contents
Nov. 12, 1984

Brigham Young
Pro Football


24 Dr. Z's Rx To Revive The NFL
Pro football is hurting, but it doesn't have to be. The author pinpoints the league's ailments and prescribes remedies
by Paul Zimmerman

This is an article from the Nov. 12, 1984 issue

32 Flying Bikes And Wealthy Tykes
Those are the ingredients of Supercross, the brainchild of Mike Goodwin, who last week took his cycle circus to L.A.
by Barry McDermott

40 Brigham Young Could Be The One
Its conference may be WACy and its players slow, but BYU is making a real run—er, pass—at winning the national title
by Douglas S. Looney

54 A New Kick On The Boot
Alfredo Primavera, an American living in Italy, is a master violinmaker—and a coach of spaghetti football teams
by Alexander Wolff

106 'Where You Gonna Be Next Year, Larry?'
The old question still haunts Larry Brown, though he's shown signs that Kansas could mark the end of his odyssey
by Gary Smith


19 Scorecard
64 Hockey
75 Pro Football
84 Boxing
93 Football
131 For the Record
132 19th Hole

Cover Painting by Donald Moss

PHOTOHEINZ KLUETMEIERLEADING OFF: Sure, the place is Tinseltown and the act is up in lights, but, no, this isn't a remake of the flying-bikes scene from "E.T." It's just another of Supercross's young daredevils, Goat Broker, coming off one of the spectacular jumps during the Superbowl last Saturday in the Coliseum.