CONTENTS

November 19, 1984

28 Bowling 'Em Over

Southern California beat top ranked Washington at its own game—tough defense—and won a trip to the Rose Bowl
by John Underwood

Gatorgate could turn out to be Gatoraid for Florida, which routed Georgia and might go on to the Sugar Bowl
by Jack McCallum

36 Squeezing Into The Limelight
The first Breeders' Cup, a $10 million equine extravaganza, opened in a burst of speed and closed with a bumpy thriller
by William Nack

44 Alors! Look Who's Coming To Dinner
Montreal, the citadel of French-Canadian hockey power, now boasts six Americans, and they're off to a fast start
by Jack Falla

50 He Doesn't Make Any Bones About It
To Larry Holmes, breaking Marciano's mark of retiring undefeated after 49 fights is gravy. He's fighting for bread
by Jaime Diaz

52 Deep Roots And Deep Routes
Undefeated Miami's Mark Duper has strong ties to his native Louisiana and a passion for pulling in the long ones
by Craig Neff

88 A Twilight's Last Gleaming
Eddie Bishop, small-town football hero, was an American classic—until he returned home as the high school coach
by Frank Deford

DEPARTMENTS

23 Scorecard
68 College Football
76 Boating
78 Pro Football
87 TV/Radio
117 For The Record
120 19th Hole

Cover photograph by Ronald C. Modra

LEADING OFF

Miami, which had trailed for much of the game, finally got the Bettors of the Eagles with 1:52 to play Sunday. A blocked extra point by Doug Betters (75) not only sealed the Dolphins' 24—23 victory and kept their record unblemished at 11-0, but also left Philly holder Ron Jaworski flat-out disgusted.

PHOTOJERRY LODRIGUSS

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)