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Nov. 18, 1985
Nov. 18, 1985

Table of Contents
Nov. 18, 1985

Special Report
The Dolphins
AL Unser
The Knicks
College Football
Gymnastics
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

CONTENTS

Special Report

This is an article from the Nov. 18, 1985 issue Original Layout

22 Uproar At LSU
The goings-on in Baton Rouge, including a bugging attempt and FBI and NCAA probes, are hard to believe
by Curry Kirkpatrick
Special Reporting by Armen Keteyian

LSU basketball coach Dale Brown, the center of many a storm, is trapped by his past and the athletic structure
by Gary Smith 28

48 Sizzling Sunday In The AFC East
With Mark Duper O.K., it was bombs away for Dan Marino as Miami won a thriller from the conference-leading Jets
by Paul Zimmerman

Quarterback Steve Grogan has finally learned to keep his temper, and New England, at last, has learned how to win
by Ralph Wiley 60

62 It Turned Out To Be Father's Day
Al Unser Sr. narrowly edged his son, Al Jr., for the Indy Car championship in a showdown race on the Tamiami circuit
by Sam Moses

70 Horror Show In The Big Apple
Bad management and rotten luck have made for a miserable beginning to the New York Knicks' Ewing Era
by Jack McCallum

DEPARTMENTS

17 Scorecard
80 College Football
84 Extra Points
90 Gymnastics
105 For The Record
107 19th Hole

TWO PHOTOSCHUCK SOLOMONLEADING OFF: None of those little piggies—or big ones either—cried wee, wee, wee all the way home, because they were high on their Hogs, who nosed out Baylor in a key Southwest Conference game in Little Rock.PHOTODOUG HOKE