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CONTENTS

Dec. 18, 1989
Dec. 18, 1989

Table of Contents
Dec. 18, 1989

Tables of Contents
ACC-Big East
Broncos
Lee Trevino
Buffalo Sabres
Masters Of The '80s
Mark Tingstad
First Person
Focus
Perspective
Escape
Point After
Departments

CONTENTS

FACE-OFF! 18
In the ACC-Big East Challenge, the conferences vied for—and ended up sharing—bragging rights
by Curry Kirkpatrick

This is an article from the Dec. 18, 1989 issue Original Layout

ONE FOR THE AGES 24
Sugar Ray Leonard, 33, beat Roberto Duran, 38, in a fight dedicated to his kids and grandchildren
by Pat Putnam

WIMPS THEY AREN'T 26
Even in defeat, the Denver Broncos showed why they are the AFC's best hope for the Super Bowl
by Paul Zimmerman

IT'S NIFTY BEING 50 34
Lee Trevino, reaching the age of admission to the rich Senior golf tour, says the best years are yet to come
by Kenny Moore

NO RATTLING THE SABRES 40
Led by a new star, Pierre Turgeon, a surprising but confident Buffalo has taken over the NHL's top spot
by Jay Greenberg

MASTERS OF THE '80S 44
The three most accomplished athletes of the decade have much in common, especially a fierce will to win
by Rick Reilly

A PERFECT FIT 52
Coach Chuck Daly and the NBA-champion Detroit Pistons seem to be tailor-made for each other
by Jack McCallum

WAS IT WORTH THE RISK? 76
Warned that he could be paralyzed, Arizona State's Mark Tingstad played football anyhow. Then....
by Richard Demak

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 5
Scorecard 13
Inside Baseball 62
Inside The NFL 66
College Basketball 73
For The Record 98
Point After 100

Cover Photographs (from left to right) by John Iacono, Bill Robbins and Paul Bereswill

PHOTOMANNY MILLANBLANKET COVERAGE: No sooner did the warming wrap come off Sugar Ray Leonard at the start of Round 11 than he resumed rapping Roberto Duran en route to a lopsided win in chilly Las Vegas (page 24).