CONTENTS

March 20, 1989

COLLEGE BASKETBALL 18

The ACC tournament was a series of routs until North Carolina won its grudge match with Duke in the final
by John Feinstein

Transcending a season of troubles, Missouri took the measure of Oklahoma in the Big Eight tournament
by Curry Kirkpatrick

BIG CHANGES IN BIG D 26
New coach Jimmy Johnson's game plan calls for a very different brand of football for the Dallas Cowboys
by Paul Zimmerman

BOXING 34

Evander Holyfield knocked out Michael Dokes and earned a heavyweight title bout against Mike Tyson
by Pat Putnam

In the latest lucrative fight for over-the-hill guys, Macho Camacho narrowly defeated Boom Boom Mancini
by William Nack

NO. 3 WITH A BULLET 38
The Red Wings' Steve Yzerman, the NHL's third-brightest star, could climb even further on the charts
by Austin Murphy

NOT JUST A TALL TALE 42
Montreal's 6'10" Randy Johnson, the loftiest major leaguer ever, is the giant among 1989's stellar new pitchers
by Hank Hersch

FAILURE MOST FOUL 96
Cleveland's Chris Dudley and Denver's Jerome Lane are the latest on a long list of bricklayers in the NBA
by Jack McCallum

BROKEN BUT UNBOWED 104
Since he shattered his leg in the Super Bowl, Tim Krumrie of the Cincinnati Bengals has survived a nightmare
by Jill Lieber

THE LONGEST RIDE 116
Jockey Robbie Davis, whose colt trampled and killed fellow rider Mike Venezia last fall, was a victim too
by William Nack

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 6
Scorecard 13
College Basketball 108
For The Record 134
Point After 136

Cover Photograph by Craig Molenhouse

PHOTOMANNY MILLANAHA, ALAA! Caught protesting too much during the ACC tournament final was Duke's Alaa Abdelnaby. Maybe he was hot because the Blue Devils were about to lose to North Carolina (page 18).

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