HIGH TIMES 18
By upsetting Auburn on a damp—and delirious—afternoon, Tennessee saw its win streak soar to nine
by Austin Murphy

THIS IS FOR YOU, SAL 22
A week after their quarterback Sal Aunese died of cancer, the Colorado Buffaloes defeated Washington
by Bruce Newman

SITTING PRETTY IN ROME 26
With a huge salary and plenty of pasta, Danny Ferry doesn't regret having said ciao to the NBA Clippers
by Curry Kirkpatrick

NIPPED IN THE BUD 36
Coach Bud Carson's Browns, who are still learning his intricate defense, stopped the Denver Broncos
by Paul Zimmerman

HOCKEY 1989-90 44

A bevy of the Soviet Union's most stunning stars has been wooed and won over by teams all around the NHL
by Jay Greenberg

Coaching changes have brought back familiar faces, but one thing won't vary: Calgary should retain the Cup
by Jay Greenberg

COOL HAND DAN 112
Whether on the field in Chicago or on the farm in Arkansas, Dan Hampton of the Bears plays with all his heart
by Jill Lieber

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 5
Scorecard 13
Inside The NFL 96
College Football Report 103
Baseball 106
For The Record 127
Point After 128

Cover Photograph by Lynn Goldsmith

PHOTOJOHN BIEVERNOTHING COULD DAMPEN THEIR SPIRITS: Orange-clad Tennesseans watched Vols Kent Elmore punt here, stayed on to see Tennessee pull off a rain-soaked upset of Auburn and even hung around to raze the goalposts (page 18).

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