FIT TO BE TIED 30
The score at the Ryder Cup competition was even up—which meant that the Europeans had "won" again
by E.M. Swift

LOUD AND CLEAR 36
Sunday Silence belied his name by cruising to a Super Derby victory. Next: Easy Goer once more
by Demmie Stathoplos

SAY GOODBYE TO FALLBALL 38
By hanging tough against West Virginia, Louisville showed that its days of imitation football were finished
by Austin Murphy

A FLIGHT TO THE FINISH 48
In a battle that's for the birds, the overachieving Orioles looked to soar past the underachieving Blue Jays
by Peter Gammons

THAT MAN AGAIN 52
Joe Montana rallied the 49ers for 21 points in eight minutes of the closing quarter to overtake the Eagles 38-28
by Peter King

THE BUCS DON'T STOP HERE 56
With Vinny Testaverde emerging as a force, the Bucs, who beat the Saints 17-10 on Sunday, are on the rise
by Rick Telander

THE SUMMER OF HIS DISCONTENT 72
In this painful season of injuries and incidents, A's slugger Jose Canseco has found that fame hits back
by Peter Gammons

SOMETHING MUST BE DONE 92
By allowing big-time college football to flourish, the nation's colleges shamelessly debase themselves
by Rick Telander

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 8
Scorecard 25
Inside The NFL 80
College Football Report 87
Inside Baseball 90
For The Record 114
Point After 116

Cover Photograph by John Iacono

PHOTOJOHN BIEVERLOUISVILLE SLUGGED: Cardinals quarterback Browning Nagle was batted about here by the West Virginia defense, led by Chris Haering (49) and Darren Fulton. Overall, Louisville lost 30-21 (page 38).
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