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Jan. 08, 1990
Jan. 08, 1990

Table of Contents
Jan. 8, 1990

The Bowls
High School Basketball
Steelers-Oilers
Chris Chelios
The Perez Brothers
College Basketball
Wrestling
Pro Football
The Record Company
Design
Point After

CONTENTS

MIAMI IS THE ONE 12
With Notre Dame knocking off top-ranked Colorado 21-6, Miami won the national championship by routing Alabama 33-25

This is an article from the Jan. 8, 1990 issue

HIGH SCHOOL CONFIDENTIAL 20
The name of the game now for schoolboy basketball powers is national tournaments and national TV
by Alexander Wolff

STEELERS OF TOUGH METTLE 30
In the AFC wild card, Pittsburgh again showed its guts by beating Houston with a dramatic 50-yard field goal
by Rick Reilly

IN ANOTHER ZONE 34
The Los Angeles Rams' defense befuddled the Philadelphia Eagles' offense in the NFC wild card
by Paul Zimmerman

DADDY DEAREST 36
Chris Chelios of Montreal is one nasty cuss on the ice, but being a father has helped him develop a softer side
by Jay Greenberg

WILD AND CRAZY HOMBRES 40
Baseball's numerous Perez brothers, led by the irrepressible Pascual, are as loco as ol' Groucho, Harpo and Chico
by Franz Lidz

THE RECORD COMPANY 58
Some sports marks are no sooner set than they are broken. Of course, others will last forever. Maybe
by Jack McCallum

DEPARTMENTS

Letters 4
Scorecard 7
College Basketball 46
Wrestling 55
Pro Football 56
For The Record 73
Point After 74

NOT BORED AT ALL

Steve Classen, a professional snowboarder who hails from Mammoth Lakes, Calif., gave it his best shot on Straight Shot, a run in one of the so-called back bowls near Vail, Colo.

PHOTOROD WALKER