Search

CONTENTS

Sept. 05, 1988
Sept. 05, 1988

Table of Contents
Sept. 5, 1988

News Of The Week
College Football 1988

CONTENTS

NEWS OF THE WEEK 28

This is an article from the Sept. 5, 1988 issue Original Layout

Tyson vs. Green: Now the war at the store
by Pat Putnam

Little League Series: Taiwan again
by Austin Murphy

Norby Walters and Lloyd Bloom: Indicted
by Craig Neff

Dino Ciccarelli: North Star on ice
by Austin Murphy

U.S. Amateur golf: Meeks wasn't mild
by Jaime Diaz

College Football 1988

FLORIDA 36

They're raising stars in the Sunshine State
by Alexander Wolff

The Seminoles' Bobby Bowden wins on the road
by Rick Reilly

MEN ON THE RUN 60
A photo essay devoted to backs who are real movers and shakers

GEE, IT'S GREAT TO BE A BADGER 70
Don Davey is a genuine scholar-athlete
by Douglas S. Looney

SCOUTING REPORTS 84
A forecast of the Top 20 teams by Bruce Newman, and surveys of the major conferences and independents, and the lower divisions

A LITTLE BITE OUT OF THE BIG APPLE 112
Wagner has the view and the perspective
by Douglas S. Looney

THE MAN CALLED B.D. 120
When Brian Dowling had Yale under his spell
by Frank Deford

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 6
Scorecard 23
Inside Baseball 128
For The Record 139
Point After 142

Cover Painting by Daniel Kirk

PHOTOMICKEY PFLEGER

TUNNEL VISION

As a new college football season begins, all kinds of teams are looking for the light at the end of the tunnel. Even USC, huddling up here before the '87 game with Cal, could use a few rays.